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Issue #623 :: Thursday, November 7, 2002

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A Moment of Silence
In high school, my friend Rene was making a papier-mâché boat for physics class. Rene was sawing away at the plywood when a classmate, who happened to be missing one of her fingers, told him to hurry up.

Hudson's ‘Nanny' Sings The ‘Lackawanna Blues'
Ruben Santaigo Hudson's performance is like a sassy wave of hot coffee to an audience of dry biscotti- melting flaky chocolate chips into happy brown dabs, warming the forlorn homesick audience with the aroma, and richness of Nanny.

With Time Running Short, Bears Hope to Recapture Early-Season Form
Middle blocker Camille Leffall summed up her team's situation after last weekend's humbling losses to USC and UCLA simply.

ASUC Senate Expected to Pay University
UC Berkeley officials said they expect the ASUC to pay back its debt of almost half a million dollars despite insufficient funds in the student government's budget.

News

ASUC Senate Expected to Pay University
UC Berkeley officials said they expect the ASUC to pay back its debt of almost half a million dollars despite insufficient funds in the student government's budget.

Hardboiled Dismisses Writer for Plagiarism
The prominent campus publication hardboiled may be in some hot water.

UC Berkeley Quickly Approaches Its Enrollment Cap
UC Berkeley is dangerously close to exceeding a limit on its enrollment that it agreed to with the city of Berkeley, according to figures released yesterday.

Shortage of Voting Booths, Ballots Results in Long Lines for Berkeley Voters
Clogged precincts forced some Berkeley voters to wait up to an hour and a half to vote Tuesday night, causing some residents to leave the polls without voting.

UC Berkeley Sees Continued Growth of Minority Student Enrollment
Underrepresented minority enrollment at UC Berkeley increased this year according to figures released by the university Tuesday.

News in Brief
Candidates Look for Endorsement in Runoff

Feature Photo: A Bit of Bulgaria in Berkeley



Sports

With Time Running Short, Bears Hope to Recapture Early-Season Form
Middle blocker Camille Leffall summed up her team's situation after last weekend's humbling losses to USC and UCLA simply.

Women's Tennis: Kops-Jones, Fusano Hope to Repeat History on First Try
This time, she didn't ring the doorbell. Nor did she have the courtesy to knock. Instead, she just barged right in.

Ice Hockey: Bears Relish Chance to Mark Their Territory Against Conference Rivals
The path to the Pac-8 hockey championship usually runs through Seattle or Los Angeles.


Arts & Entertainment

Hudson's ‘Nanny' Sings The ‘Lackawanna Blues'
Ruben Santaigo Hudson's performance is like a sassy wave of hot coffee to an audience of dry biscotti- melting flaky chocolate chips into happy brown dabs, warming the forlorn homesick audience with the aroma, and richness of Nanny.

Music and Liberation-A Victorian Trek to the Jungle


Forty-Five Bar Stunts Later, the ‘Puppetry of the Penis'
Kneed. Stretch. Kneed. Tuck. Twist. Stretch. Pull. Shape.

Music Reviews


White Space