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Issue #585 :: Tuesday, September 17, 2002

Top Headlines

Bears Lob Their Way Past Defending Champion Broncos
Most teams would tremble at the thought of playing the defending national champion Santa Clara.

Sex On Tuesday: No Penis Required
"A-ha," the oh-so-clever college student thinks, "I don't have to read this article. I happen to know of a magical little thing called the clitoris-end of story. Heck, female orgasms really can't be that complicated anyway if they show them in a shampoo commercial."

New Faculty Pay May Rise to Attract ‘Cream of the Crop'
A new policy announced yesterday may allow UC Berkeley to offer more competitive salaries to junior faculty recruits.

Polo Comeback Falls Short Against No. 1 Stanford
The No. 4 Cal men's water polo team made no tsunami this weekend at Southern California Tournament at USC, but it made some waves.

News

New Faculty Pay May Rise to Attract ‘Cream of the Crop'
A new policy announced yesterday may allow UC Berkeley to offer more competitive salaries to junior faculty recruits.

UC-Owned People's Park Still for the People
After two years under university control, which many said would be the beginning of the end, People's Park remains.

Union Members Say UC Punished Clerical Workers For Striking
The union that represents UC clerical workers is investigating alleged UC retaliation against union members for going on strike last month.

Solar Panel Plan for Student Union Moves Forward
Z?,e??tin Luther King, Jr. Student Union may be the first building on campus to use solar panels as early as next semester.

News in Brief: Caregiver Assaults Woman
A caregiver is being held on $80,000 bail on charges that he sexually assaulted a disabled woman in her Southside apartment Saturday.

News in Brief: Gardeners Warned About Hazards
With the beginning of the fall planting season, Pacific Gas and Electric Company and UC Botanical Garden held a joint press conference warning gardeners of the potentially fatal hazard of striking buried gas and electric lines.

Feature Photo: Word Is Bond


Corrections
Last Tuesday's article, "Cal Shuts Down Opponents in Three-Peat," should have been attributed to Peter Choung, not Peter Chuong.


Sports

Bears Lob Their Way Past Defending Champion Broncos
Most teams would tremble at the thought of playing the defending national champion Santa Clara.

Polo Comeback Falls Short Against No. 1 Stanford
The No. 4 Cal men's water polo team made no tsunami this weekend at Southern California Tournament at USC, but it made some waves.

Stanley Told Former Assistant to Have Abortion
Former Cal women's basketball coach Marianne Stanley told a newly hired assistant to either have an abortion or quit, causing a pregnancy discrimination lawsuit, the Washington Post reported yesterday.


Opinion

Sex On Tuesday: No Penis Required
"A-ha," the oh-so-clever college student thinks, "I don't have to read this article. I happen to know of a magical little thing called the clitoris-end of story. Heck, female orgasms really can't be that complicated anyway if they show them in a shampoo commercial."

Editorial: City Council's Action Unenforceable but Symbolic
Rarely should the Berkeley City Council pass laws that cannot be enforced.

Editorial: Immediate Success Shows Tedford's Impact
If UC Berkeley students can understand anything from the Cal football team's early success, it's that Jeff Tedford may be exactly what the university needs.

Berkeley Radicalism Invites Critical Media Coverage
Kevin Deenihan offers an interesting picture of the depth of thought and emotional maturity of UC Berkeley students-let's hope it is not reflective of the whole ("Berkeley and the Media," Sept. 13). If I understand it correctly, his view is that media portrayal of UC Berkeley as a radical, bizarre campus is inaccurate and that anyone who seeks that kind of attention is destructive and wrong. Another view is that most students, in this instance I suppose, don't give a damn about what color the ribbons are.

Letters to the Editor: Media Coverage Unfairly Stigmatizes Berkeley
It is nice to know that someone out there in the Daily Cal is paying attention to how the students feel truly about Sept. 11 ("Berkeley and the Media," Sept. 13).

Editorial Cartoon by Darrin Bell


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