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Issue #510 :: Monday, April 1, 2002

Top Headlines

If You Build It...
While years of inflated costs and decrepit conditions may dull us to the harsh reality of the matter, paying $500 to $800 or more for cramped, oft-dilapidated housing in Berkeley every month is by no means normal.

Softball: Bears Capture Hawaii Chevron Invite
While most students used spring break as an opportunity to kick back and relax, not everyone had such a luxury.

SAT I May See Major Changes As UC Discusses Elimination
In response to a growing movement within UC to eliminate the SAT I as an admissions requirement, the College Board has announced that it may change as much as half of the test.

Track and Field: Bears Build Up Steam While Dealing With Injuries
While they may not be dominating matches just yet, the Cal track and field teams are improving weekly thanks to stellar individual performances.

News

Gunshot Victim Dies in Hospital, Shooting Under Investigation
A San Pablo man died Friday after spending nearly a week on life support in the hospital trying to recover from a gunshot wound to his head.

Homeless Man Dies in Hospital Over a Month After Alleged Assault
A homeless man died Friday after he was allegedly assaulted and robbed a month earlier on Southside.

Academic Affairs VP Candidates Stress Student-University Relations
Improving relationships between students and university administrators is a key goal of this year's candidates for ASUC academic affairs vice president.

SAT I May See Major Changes As UC Discusses Elimination
In response to a growing movement within UC to eliminate the SAT I as an admissions requirement, the College Board has announced that it may change as much as half of the test.

Developer Faces Opposition In Effort to Increase Housing
Berkeley's most successful real estate developer says he has the answer for Berkeley's traffic, parking and housing problems.

News In Brief: Suspects Arrested In Campus Robbery
Two cyclists were robbed near UC Berkeley's Valley Life Sciences Building Tuesday night, police said.


Sports

Softball: Bears Capture Hawaii Chevron Invite
While most students used spring break as an opportunity to kick back and relax, not everyone had such a luxury.

Track and Field: Bears Build Up Steam While Dealing With Injuries
While they may not be dominating matches just yet, the Cal track and field teams are improving weekly thanks to stellar individual performances.

Starting Today, Tedford Looks To Begin Anew
The process of erasing the memory of the 1-10 2001 season begins today when the Cal football team commences spring practice.

Rugby: Near-Invincible Bears Complete Historic Sweep of Canadian Schools
The Cal rugby team has a stated goal of improving a certain aspect of its game, be it tackling or decision-making, in every match.


Opinion

If You Build It...
While years of inflated costs and decrepit conditions may dull us to the harsh reality of the matter, paying $500 to $800 or more for cramped, oft-dilapidated housing in Berkeley every month is by no means normal.

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