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Issue #467 :: Monday, January 28, 2002

Top Headlines

Three-Alarm Blaze Devastates Building on Telegraph Avenue
Fire marshals are investigating a ferocious blaze that destroyed two Telegraph area businesses Saturday evening.

Read My Lips
While the prospect of a student-led City Council district in Berkeley is all but dead and buried, self-proclaimed champion of the issue and District 7 Councilmember Kriss Worthington maintains his unwavering support for the idea. Given, UC Berkeley will need all the help it can get if a student-led district is ever to come to fruition, but Worthington seemingly has nothing to gain and everything to lose if the idea were to gain momentum, leaving room for speculation on ulterior motives he may have.

Bruins Hold Bears Outside for Split
LOS ANGELES-One statistic sums up the Cal men's basketball team inability to knock off No. 13 UCLA.

It's Time to Listen To the Big Men and Turn Them Loose
LOS ANGELES-Freshmen aren't supposed to know anything, but Jamal Sampson's got brain.

News

Three-Alarm Blaze Devastates Building on Telegraph Avenue
Fire marshals are investigating a ferocious blaze that destroyed two Telegraph area businesses Saturday evening.

Hearing-Impaired Students Sue University For ‘Unfair' and ‘Intrusive' Policies
Several hearing-impaired UC Berkeley and UC Davis students have filed a lawsuit against UC, saying they have not been provided adequate services.

Youth Organization Seeks Funding In Order to Avoid Program Cuts
Student leaders of the Berkeley Youth Alternative held a captive audience Saturday when they made a plea for more funding.

Prospective Docking Sites in Berkeley Considered For San Francisco Ferry Line
A proposal for a direct ferry route from Berkeley to San Francisco is in the works, but must be accepted over competing proposals from other East Bay cities.

ASUC Plans to Improve South Side of Campus To Make Area More Appealing to Students
Students can expect a pool table, couches and televisions to be added to the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union next semester.

News in Brief: More Opportunities to See Clinton Speech Offered with Ticket Raffle and Live Video
Students unable to get tickets for Bill Clinton's speech tomorrow will have another chance to see the former president speak at Zellerbach Hall.


Sports

It's Time to Listen To the Big Men and Turn Them Loose
LOS ANGELES-Freshmen aren't supposed to know anything, but Jamal Sampson's got brain.

Bears Sweep the Pool With Arizona Teams
Five hundred miles is a long way to travel. Especially if you're not going to win.

Bruins Hold Bears Outside for Split
LOS ANGELES-One statistic sums up the Cal men's basketball team inability to knock off No. 13 UCLA.

Old Friends Reunite as Cal Drops a Close Game
After Saturday night's game at Haas Pavilion, Kristin Iwanaga and Aimee Grzyb dropped by the local ice cream parlor for a milkshake.

St. Mary's Puts Up Fight, But Not Enough for Talented Ruggers
MORAGA-The Cal rugby team has the speed and skill to play what coach Jack Clark calls a "champagne" style of rugby-fast and wide-open, with fluid passing and open-field running.


Opinion

Read My Lips
While the prospect of a student-led City Council district in Berkeley is all but dead and buried, self-proclaimed champion of the issue and District 7 Councilmember Kriss Worthington maintains his unwavering support for the idea. Given, UC Berkeley will need all the help it can get if a student-led district is ever to come to fruition, but Worthington seemingly has nothing to gain and everything to lose if the idea were to gain momentum, leaving room for speculation on ulterior motives he may have.

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