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Issue #392 :: Tuesday, September 4, 2001

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Cal Annihilated by Illini
If the Cal football team had a problem with overconfidence, Illinois took care of it.

And Now, Men ...
Welcome to our second and final edition of Sexual Anatomy 101! Contrary to popular belief, male genitalia are no "simpler" than female genitalia; in fact they are quite intricate and just as variable in appearance.

Strike Averted
OAKLAND-BART management and union leaders reached a tentative agreement past 1 a.m. this morning that has narrowly averted a potentially crippling transit strike.

After Late Compromise, BART Commuters Saved
Three hundred thousand commuters might have been stranded Wednesday morning.

News

Thieves Steal Items from Greek Theatre
A string of mysterious campus thefts reported in some cases months after they occured has left police investigators puzzled over possible connections.

Internet Use Abounds Among Nation's Youth
Susan Whang's studying is rarely interrupted by students checking out books-even though she works at the front desk at a campus library.

Addition to Downtown: Tuning Fork
A giant tuning fork will soon be in its place on Shattuck Avenue, following months of indecision about where the public art sculpture should be placed.

News in Brief: Under Pressure, Pacifica Board Majority Calls For Reinstatement of Radio Show
Pressure to bring a popular political broadcast back to a national audience mounted after a majority on the Pacifica National Board signed a letter supporting the move last week.

Page 2 Interview -- Jose Berez, Berkeley Ice Cream Vendor
Q: Where are you going with this snazzy ice cream cart?

Commuters Hope History Doesn't Repeat
"Gridlock." ... "Awful." ... "Paralysis."

Strike Averted
OAKLAND-BART management and union leaders reached a tentative agreement past 1 a.m. this morning that has narrowly averted a potentially crippling transit strike.


Sports

Cal Annihilated by Illini
If the Cal football team had a problem with overconfidence, Illinois took care of it.

Men's Soccer Splits Openers
It was so far, so good for the Cal men's soccer team at the Fila Classic in Fullerton after Friday's game.

Bears Win Cal Invitational
In a sport where scoring chances are as difficult to come by as they are in soccer, players must sometimes wait weeks for a shot at redemption. In Sunday's game with Michigan, Cal freshman Kacy Hornor merely had to wait two minutes.

Field Hockey's Victory Tells a Tale of Two Halves
Cal field hockey coach Shellie Onstead asked her team to give her an entire game's worth of hustle and solid play on Sunday.

Sports in Brief: Volleyball Falls to UConn in IKON Final
The Cal women's volleyball team fell to host Connecticut in the finals of the IKON Husky Classic in Storrs, Conn.

Hit Squad Comes out Punchless
For all the praise the Hit Squad received in 2000, one statistic stood out like the proverbial sore thumb.


Opinion

And Now, Men ...
Welcome to our second and final edition of Sexual Anatomy 101! Contrary to popular belief, male genitalia are no "simpler" than female genitalia; in fact they are quite intricate and just as variable in appearance.

Students Victimized By Rent Control Laws
It's high time UC Berkeley students realized which side of the rent control issue their bread is buttered on-especially since there are new policies in effect that especially targets students.

Letters to the Editor: It Takes More Than Just One to Win Change
In regards to the Academic Senate Renewal Project ("ASUC Officials Want More Say in Academic Senate," Aug. 29), I would like to make sure that credit is given where it is due. Joseph Kim, a former and renominated member of the Committee on Teaching, was the first person to bring forth the idea of divisional student representation early last year. While it has only been through the collective action of many student leaders that has gotten us to where we are now-ready to take this to a UC wide level and challenge the system of superficially shared governance-I know that it is only through the outspoken innovation of Joseph's mind that this even got on the agenda.

After Late Compromise, BART Commuters Saved
Three hundred thousand commuters might have been stranded Wednesday morning.

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