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Issue #898 :: Wednesday, March 10, 2004

Top Headlines

Wayne's World
Two weeks ago, Wayne Wong's story was a mix of success followed by disappointment.

A Laboratory on a Chip
UC Berkeley engineers have created an integrated fluorescence detection microsystem the size of a computer chip that can do the same kinds of biological analysis that are currently performed only in laboratories.

All-American Obscenity
A few columns ago, I closed an early paragraph with, "If Rush Limbaugh can rant daily while chugging bottles of NyQuil and snorting lines of crushed baby aspirin so can I ..." but the line was changed in a final review to avoid accusations of libel and editorial irresponsibility.

Students Weigh in on Search for Chancellor
UC Berkeley's next chancellor ought to be open and personable with students and uphold diversity within the campus's ranks, students urged yesterday at a forum on the ongoing search.

News

Slates Take Shape as ASUC Elections Near
With the deadline to file for candidacy in the ASUC elections just two days away, this week will end months of interviews and strategizing in party meetings to select who will run for the student government's coveted four executive seats.

Mock Graduation Ceremony Protests Cuts
Hundreds of chairs sat before Sproul Hall yesterday, ready for a graduation ceremony and the usual string of commencement speeches, caps and gowns and leather-bound diplomas.

Berkeley City Council Calls for Political Slap on Bush's Wrist
After two years of watching its citizens write angry letters, circulate petitions, and protest his administration, the city of Berkeley made its disgust with President Bush official yesterday.

Students Weigh in on Search for Chancellor
UC Berkeley's next chancellor ought to be open and personable with students and uphold diversity within the campus's ranks, students urged yesterday at a forum on the ongoing search.

News in Brief
UCLA Suspends Cadaver Program


Sports

Wayne's World
Two weeks ago, Wayne Wong's story was a mix of success followed by disappointment.

Bear Witness ...With Conor Niland
Having come up for air from the overwhelming pile of angry women's swimming letters concerning the Mike Cavic interview last week, I decided a bit of holiday cheer was in order to make everyone happy again.

Sports in Brief
Bears Struggle in Loss to Nevada

Bears Frustrated After String of Narrow Defeats
For one Cal team, the past couple of weeks have proven that one is definitely the loneliest number.


Opinion

All-American Obscenity
A few columns ago, I closed an early paragraph with, "If Rush Limbaugh can rant daily while chugging bottles of NyQuil and snorting lines of crushed baby aspirin so can I ..." but the line was changed in a final review to avoid accusations of libel and editorial irresponsibility.

White Space