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Issue #698 :: Monday, March 31, 2003

Top Headlines

Who Are These People?
You leave to walk to class and see a bunch of letters scribbled on the ground. Approaching campus, every utility pole is covered with fliers and it becomes clear-it's ASUC election season.

Emergency Response Simulated in BART Drill
The North Berkeley BART station was the stage for a simulated Sarin nerve gas attack yesterday morning in an effort to prepare emergency responders for the real thing.

Bears' Early Lulls Prove Fatal
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.-So that's why you play those 30-odd games before the tournament.

Questions of Equality Key to Affirmative Action Debate
Tomorrow, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments on affirmative action in a monumental case that will likely shape the future of race relations in the United States for years to come.

News

Emergency Response Simulated in BART Drill
The North Berkeley BART station was the stage for a simulated Sarin nerve gas attack yesterday morning in an effort to prepare emergency responders for the real thing.

Questions of Equality Key to Affirmative Action Debate
Tomorrow, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments on affirmative action in a monumental case that will likely shape the future of race relations in the United States for years to come.

Campus Queer Groups Find Their Niche in the Gray Areas
UC Berkeley junior Heidi Misken says she always had trouble describing her sexuality. She never felt straight or gay, and did not like the label bisexual.

Grad Student Seeks Position in ASUC Senate
A prominent graduate student's bid for ASUC Senate this year could signal a change in how the student government body addresses graduate student issues.

District, City Team Up to Address School Issues
More than 100 community members attended a city- and school district-funded education event Saturday to brainstorm solutions to the problems that plague the city's youth.

News in Brief: State Supreme Court to Review Sea Scouts Case
The California Supreme Court will review Berkeley's 1998 decision to revoke the free berthing rights of the Berkeley Sea Scouts because the organization bars homosexuals from participating.

Feature Photo: War and Peace

Photo/Garrett Hubing


Sports

Bears' Early Lulls Prove Fatal
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.-So that's why you play those 30-odd games before the tournament.

Four Years and Ten Great Moments Later
The Cal players headed for the locker room almost immediately after the buzzer ended their 74-65 loss to Oklahoma-the Ford Center court, and its joyous horde of Sooner fans.

Cal Fourth, Eighth, at NCAAs
The Cal men's and women's swimming teams left Spieker Pool only to find themselves at the bottom of a Tiger trap.

"World' Cup Safe at Home In Berkeley
The British Columbia tourism board will probably not include "watching Cal rugby beat UBC" as a sight to see, but maybe it should.

Sports in Brief: Men's Golf Plays in Santa Barbara Today
After nearly a four-week layoff, the Cal men's golf team returns to the links today at the 54-hole Pacific Coast Intercollegiate, which will be played at the Sandpiper Golf Course in Santa Barbara, Calif.


Opinion

Who Are These People?
You leave to walk to class and see a bunch of letters scribbled on the ground. Approaching campus, every utility pole is covered with fliers and it becomes clear-it's ASUC election season.

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