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Issue #643 :: Monday, December 2, 2002

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Boalt Dean Quits Under Sexual Misconduct Cloud
The dean of UC Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law resigned Wednesday amid allegations that he sexually harassed a former law student.

Cal Falls in Third Round to UCLA
The Cal men's soccer team got closer than it ever had to the College Cup.

Man Held in Child-Sex Internet Sting
When a neighbor offered to tutor Lydia Guan's 8-year-old daughter last year, she turned him down.

Bears Take MPSF Championship, Earn First NCAA Bid Since 1995
For seven long years, the Cal men's water polo team came up just short of being able to call itself a champion.

News

Boalt Dean Quits Under Sexual Misconduct Cloud
The dean of UC Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law resigned Wednesday amid allegations that he sexually harassed a former law student.

Man Held in Child-Sex Internet Sting
When a neighbor offered to tutor Lydia Guan's 8-year-old daughter last year, she turned him down.

Mayor, Rep. Lee Criticize Wozniak Campaign Flier
As the final days of the District 8 Berkeley City Council race dwindle away, new questions about one candidate's campaign practices are being raised.

Board Denies UC Impasse Request in Union Negotiations
A state board has rejected UC's request for an impasse in its stalemated negotiations with a clerical workers' union.

Future of Goalpost Segment at Bear's Lair Unassured
Perhaps it is a glorious reminder of the Big Game victory, but it may also be against the law.

News in Brief
Faces Possible Eviction

Daily Calendar and Police Log



Sports

Cal Falls in Third Round to UCLA
The Cal men's soccer team got closer than it ever had to the College Cup.

Bears Take MPSF Championship, Earn First NCAA Bid Since 1995
For seven long years, the Cal men's water polo team came up just short of being able to call itself a champion.

Bears Blow Lead, Win in OT
Joe Shipp had one of the best games of his career. A.J. Diggs made like Jason Kidd, at least on defense. Cal led from the opening basket, by up to 19 points.

W. Hoops Splits Pair Over Weekend
Offense was a double-edged sword for the Cal women's basketball team this weekend.

Sports in Brief: Volleyball Invited to NCAA Tournament
The Cal women's volleyball team learned yesterday that it received its first bid to the NCAA tournament in more than a decade.

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