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Issue #603 :: Friday, October 11, 2002

Top Headlines

Cal at Home Visiting USC
On the road again. The Cal football team just can't wait to get on the road again.

Chancellor Me
Sure, it's "Chancellor Berdahl" now. But if I was born some 40-plus years earlier and lived in Texas longer, it could've been "Chancellor Deenihan." Or even "Super Chancellor Deenihan." UC Berkeley would be a bit different.

Minority Enrollment Rises at UC Medical, Law Schools
The numbers of underrepresented minorities enrolled at UC law and medical schools jumped significantly this year from last year.

Trojans Pound Bears
"We shot ourself," said Cal coach Jeff Tedford. "In the second half, we gave

News

Minority Enrollment Rises at UC Medical, Law Schools
The numbers of underrepresented minorities enrolled at UC law and medical schools jumped significantly this year from last year.

Greek-Only Slate Nominated to Conduct Board
Members of the Greek community will now have a significant role in deciding the fate of UC Berkeley students faced with charges of misconduct.

Credentialed Teachers Plentiful in Berkeley
Although a recent study found an unequal distribution of teachers with full credentials in California schools, Berkeley schools employ a large amount of credentialed teachers, according to Berkeley School Board members.

ASUC Senate Asks Bush to Consider Peace With Iraq
The ASUC Senate passed a bill Wednesday urging President Bush to consider a peaceful resolution with Iraq, shortly before the U.S. House of Representatives authorized Bush to use force against Saddam Hussein.

Feature Photo: Living Large


Corrections
Wednesday's article "Councilmember Worthington Seeks Re-election in District 7" erroneously stated that Kriss Worthington has endorsed divestment from Israeli businesses.


Sports

Cal at Home Visiting USC
On the road again. The Cal football team just can't wait to get on the road again.

Women's Soccer Headed Into Trial by Fire
With Pac-10 play set to begin, the No. 5 Cal women's soccer team has left the hot seat and entered the inferno.

Men's Soccer: Bears Welcome Improved Beavers, Struggling Dawgs
With powerhouses Stanford, Washington and UCLA, the Pac-10 is considered one of the nation's top men's soccer conferences.

Field Hockey Hosts Card at Maxwell
Looking up in the conference rankings, the No. 16 Cal field hockey sees red.

Trojans Pound Bears
"We shot ourself," said Cal coach Jeff Tedford. "In the second half, we gave


Opinion

Chancellor Me
Sure, it's "Chancellor Berdahl" now. But if I was born some 40-plus years earlier and lived in Texas longer, it could've been "Chancellor Deenihan." Or even "Super Chancellor Deenihan." UC Berkeley would be a bit different.

Editorial: Prohibiting Recruiters Hurts Students in Several Ways
So U.S. military recruiters have come to UC Berkeley and students are protesting. But this isn't the 1960s.

Letters to the Editor
Council Misrepresents City in Considering Resolution

Editorial Art by Tramaine de Senna


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