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Issue #451 :: Monday, November 26, 2001

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Businesses May Be Moved in Effort to Add to Housing
Businesses on UC-owned property in Berkeley may someday be relocated to make room for more student, staff and faculty housing, said UC Berkeley's top Academic Senate official in an interview, but budget woes are keeping the expansion at a distance.

Liberal Arts McFuture
Despite the common perception of Thanksgiving as a wholesome, familial feast, it can be a terrifying holiday.

Cal Rushes Past Knights in Finale
PISCATAWAY, N.J.-As his team suffered through one of the worst possible seasons, Tom Holmoe never lost his sense of humor and perspective. And as the curtain came down on Holmoe's era at the helm of the Bears, the coach showed both qualities in spades.

UC to Consider In-State Tuition for Some Immigrants
The UC Board of Regents is expected to consider in January a policy that would allow undocumented immigrants who live in California to pay in-state tuition at UC.

News

Businesses May Be Moved in Effort to Add to Housing
Businesses on UC-owned property in Berkeley may someday be relocated to make room for more student, staff and faculty housing, said UC Berkeley's top Academic Senate official in an interview, but budget woes are keeping the expansion at a distance.

UC to Consider In-State Tuition for Some Immigrants
The UC Board of Regents is expected to consider in January a policy that would allow undocumented immigrants who live in California to pay in-state tuition at UC.

University Reconsiders Licensing Contract With Baseball Cap Company
Employees of a baseball cap company that has a licensing agreement with UC Berkeley are on strike, saying they are working under what critics have called "sweatshop" conditions.

News in Brief: Jell-O Wrestling Tournament On Lower Sproul Seeks To Promote Student Groups
ASUC allocated $1,300 earlier this month to an event that will leave Lower Sproul Plaza smeared with blue and yellow Jell-O.

Clarification
Wednesday's article "Statistics Show Rise In Rapes, Drop in Robberies on Campus," should not have implied that the Department of Education's statistics are not as accurate as those of the UC police. Both data are correct, but in some cases they are based on different criteria.

Rent Expected to Increase Next Semester
Finding affordable student housing may be tougher now as rent prices are leveling off following a sharp decline during the past six months, housing authorities say.

Retailers Optimistic About Holiday Shopping Season
Retail sales during the holiday season may not be as bleak as experts predicted in October, when consumer confidence took a dive.

Feature Photo: Last Time's a Charm



Sports

Cal Rushes Past Knights in Finale
PISCATAWAY, N.J.-As his team suffered through one of the worst possible seasons, Tom Holmoe never lost his sense of humor and perspective. And as the curtain came down on Holmoe's era at the helm of the Bears, the coach showed both qualities in spades.

Bears Need Invitation to Big Dance
Midnight came early Sunday, ending the Cal men's water polo team's Cinderella story and hopes of a conference championship and automatic NCAA berth.

Cal Drops Heartbreaker to Broncos
Great originals usually do not yield classic sequels. Grease 2, New Coke and Frank Sinatra, Jr. are just

Loss In Five-Game Match Ends Season For Volleyball
It was a disappointing end to a disappointing year.


Opinion

Liberal Arts McFuture
Despite the common perception of Thanksgiving as a wholesome, familial feast, it can be a terrifying holiday.

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