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Issue #391 :: Tuesday, September 4, 2001

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Editor's Note
Editor's notes serve as, at best, congratulatory notices that pretend to inform the reader of the hardships the editor endured bringing to light earthbreaking accounts of Extreme Importance.

It's War and Peace Between Man and Dogs
The door almost closed on the little tabby kitten, but someone scooped it up out of harm's way just in time.

Uncertain Grads Find Jobs That Fit Their Skills and Fills Their Wallet
After your parents have taken you off the gravy train and you're holding a piece of sheepskin that proudly proclaims the fact that you're unemployable as a liberal arts major, ways to make money may seem a bit limited. Temping, as in temporary employment, can be an attractive option for grads who face an uncertain future.

Large Percentage of Grads Find Work in Nonprofits
Cartoonist Scott Adams, the creator of the widely popular "Dilbert" comic strip, graduated from UC Berkeley and became a multi-millionaire.

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Editor's Note
Editor's notes serve as, at best, congratulatory notices that pretend to inform the reader of the hardships the editor endured bringing to light earthbreaking accounts of Extreme Importance.

It's War and Peace Between Man and Dogs
The door almost closed on the little tabby kitten, but someone scooped it up out of harm's way just in time.

Uncertain Grads Find Jobs That Fit Their Skills and Fills Their Wallet
After your parents have taken you off the gravy train and you're holding a piece of sheepskin that proudly proclaims the fact that you're unemployable as a liberal arts major, ways to make money may seem a bit limited. Temping, as in temporary employment, can be an attractive option for grads who face an uncertain future.

Large Percentage of Grads Find Work in Nonprofits
Cartoonist Scott Adams, the creator of the widely popular "Dilbert" comic strip, graduated from UC Berkeley and became a multi-millionaire.

Vendors Offer Armor for the Body, Slogans for the Mind
Only steps away from the UC Berkeley campus, where students prepare for their futures with rigorous academics, Telegraph Avenue is lined with dozens of vendors making a living and keeping their distance from the status quo.

After Graduation, a Long Night Studying Turns into a Long Day Working
While many UC Berkeley graduates continue their post-graduate life in other higher institutions of learning or in the business field, some have stayed to improve student life.


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