Photo Essay: The Women of 2004



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On the playing

field, in the classrooms, on Sproul Plaza, the women of this fall's

entering class are a new breed - there are more of them in

the Class of 2004 than at any point since World War II. This is

2000, and these are the new faces of UC Berkeley. Welcome to campus.

Photo/Ben

Miller

Esther

Magnuson, Amanda Guilford, and Eli Alshanetsky (from left to

right).

Daily

Cal Staff/Johnny Hawkins

Courtney

Herbert, Kristen Emmons and Jennifer Kim.

Daily

Cal Staff/Mike German

Daily

Cal Staff/Johnny Hawkins

Emily

Goodwin

Amber

Carini

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