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Issue #629 :: Friday, November 15, 2002

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More Money and Boozing
I'm going to give the ASUC Senate a chance to kill me off. Lord knows I've given some senators reason to want to bump me off.

Cal Hopes to Cause More Misery for Hapless ‘Cats
If the Cal football team has ever seen the South Park episode titled "Scott Tenorman Must Die," it will know exactly what to do about Arizona coach John Mackovic's recent tearful public apology to his players.

UC Board of Regents Evaluates Admissions Policy's First Year
SAN FRANCISCO-Worries that race may still play a role in how UC evaluates its applicants prompted officials yesterday to consider a study of the new comprehensive review admissions policy.

Editorial: Students Should Accept Possible UC Fee Increase
In a public university system that originally imposed no fees on its students, UC and state officials may have to do what many students consider unthinkable: raise in-state student fees by 6.5 percent.

News

UC Board of Regents Evaluates Admissions Policy's First Year
SAN FRANCISCO-Worries that race may still play a role in how UC evaluates its applicants prompted officials yesterday to consider a study of the new comprehensive review admissions policy.

UC Anticipates Major Funding Cut Next Year
SAN FRANCISCO-UC regents said yesterday that they expect an "astronomical" cut in the university's budget-a move which may affect the quality of some programs.

Construction Noise Irks Residents in Southside Units
Noisy construction is affecting the lives of students at two Southside residence halls-but under university policy, only those living at Unit 1 can get out for free.

Resource Center Offers Information, Drug Counseling
In a small office in Eshleman Hall last night, the walls were adorned with posters-one advocated legalizing hemp, another showed drug crime statistics, and the largest poster read "What DARE didn't teach you."

Landmark Status of UC Theatre to Be Determined by City Council
If you and 1,000 of your closest friends want to watch a movie together in Berkeley, you can. Head down to University Avenue and buy yourself a ticket at the UC Theatre-with nearly 1,000 seats it is the largest movie theater in Berkeley.

Pharmacy to Provide Prescription Drugs, Herbal Remedies
Alternative and conventional medicine will exist side by side in a unique pharmacy opening next week in Berkeley.

News in Brief
Protester's Hearing May Be Open to Public

Feature Photo: Crossing Out Hate


ONLINE EXTRA: News in Brief
City Plans to Remove Weeds From University Avenue Traffic Islands


Sports

Cal Hopes to Cause More Misery for Hapless ‘Cats
If the Cal football team has ever seen the South Park episode titled "Scott Tenorman Must Die," it will know exactly what to do about Arizona coach John Mackovic's recent tearful public apology to his players.

Pac-10 Title There for the Taking
The No. 5 Cal soccer team needs a keepsake to top off its best regular season in recent history.

Fifth Time a Charm to Break Postseason Jinx?
Kirk Gibson to win game one of the 1988 World Series.

Field Hockey: Bears Major Underdogs Against Wake
Fine, don't rank them. See if they care.

Bears Look to Recapture MPSF Momentum Before Big Splash
The Cal's men's water polo team ain't looking out for No. 1.

Sports in Brief
Hoops Season Opens With Fresh Faces


Opinion

More Money and Boozing
I'm going to give the ASUC Senate a chance to kill me off. Lord knows I've given some senators reason to want to bump me off.

Editorial: Students Should Accept Possible UC Fee Increase
In a public university system that originally imposed no fees on its students, UC and state officials may have to do what many students consider unthinkable: raise in-state student fees by 6.5 percent.

Letters to the Editor
Efforts to Verify Applications Undermine Diversity

Editorial Cartoon by Ken Pagano


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