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Issue #725 :: Wednesday, May 7, 2003

Top Headlines

Researchers Pioneer Painless Microsyringe for Drug Delivery
Imagine receiving an injection, but feeling little or no pain.

Game of the Year: The Big Game, Cal versus Stanford
One thing, and only one thing, separates the Cal football team's mostly mediocre 30-7 win against Stanford in the 105th Big Game from a handful of awe-inspiring games this past year.

Cal-SERVE Sweeps
After seven years of Student Action domination, Cal-SERVE took control of four ASUC executive offices yesterday in one of the most shocking elections in recent history.

Editor's Note: Response to Readers' Outrage at Daily Cal
In the past two days we've received a large response to two items The Daily Californian has published recently: an editorial cartoon depicting North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il and a news story on a Cal football player's arrest.

News

Cal-SERVE Sweeps
After seven years of Student Action domination, Cal-SERVE took control of four ASUC executive offices yesterday in one of the most shocking elections in recent history.

ASUC Senate to Review Campaign Reform Proposals
A slew of proposals to reform ASUC campaign rules will go before the senate tonight-a last-ditch effort by this year's senators to change the way candidates can campaign in future student government elections.

Assembly Bill Could Force UC to Further Increase Student Fees
With a state Assembly bill poised to slash $80 million more from the cash-strapped UC budget next year, UC officials said yesterday they may have to raise student fees higher than already planned.

Beloved Guides Program May Be Cut to Save City Funds
From a distance they look like police, with their blue attire and two-way radios. Last year they participated in 61 arrests, but in patrolling the streets of Downtown, force is not their mode of regulation.

SARS-Related Enrollment Restrictions Incite Backlash
UC Berkeley Chancellor Robert Berdahl drew fire from students and faculty yesterday for his decision to ban students from selected Asian countries from enrolling in summer classes because of the SARS epidemic.

Students Outraged by Limited Scope of Article
About 50 students crowded into The Daily Californian office yesterday, demanding a front page apology for an article in Tuesday's edition about a student arrested in an assault that took place in front of a fraternity Saturday night.

Correction
Yesterday's article "Cal Football Player Arrested in Assault" should have stated that The Daily Californian was unable to reach Michael Gray for comment.

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Sports

Game of the Year: The Big Game, Cal versus Stanford
One thing, and only one thing, separates the Cal football team's mostly mediocre 30-7 win against Stanford in the 105th Big Game from a handful of awe-inspiring games this past year.

Top 10 Games
Men's Basketball vs. NC State: From-way-downtown. BANG. The shot that could be heard around the NCAA Tournament made Cal the dramatic overtime winner of the first round of the Tourney, and made three-point specialist Richard Midgley the ambassador for all of England in the game of roundball.

Coach of the Year: Jeff Tedford
Cal fans are well aware that having Jeff Tedford is a good thing.

Top 5 Coaches
There's no Tedford monopoly on reclamation projects. First-year women's gymnastics coach Cari DuBois inherited a small and discouraged squad reeling off a

Sports in Brief: Softball Conflict Remains Unresolved
One day after five of its seniors boycotted a game against No. 1 Arizona, the No. 9 Cal softball team held a series of meetings were held between players, coach Diane Ninemire and athletic administrators to address the situation.

Whine Cellar: A Quick Sprint Through Cal's Conquest Lane
Welcome back to the final Whine Cellar of the academic year. In keeping with the tone of the Tedfordmania gripping the paper today, we'll take a leisurely jaunt through the year in sports here in Berkeley.


Opinion

Editor's Note: Response to Readers' Outrage at Daily Cal
In the past two days we've received a large response to two items The Daily Californian has published recently: an editorial cartoon depicting North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il and a news story on a Cal football player's arrest.

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