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Issue #161 :: Wednesday, May 10, 2000

Top Headlines

Man Convicted of Murder
Former UC Berkeley student Michael Singh was found guilty of three counts of first degree murder yesterday.

Dispatch: Berkeley, 2025
It took awhile to adjust - time travel, after all, can be taxing - but once I got situated, Berkeley and I were back to our normal selves. My rental car took three hours to charge, street punks kept dodging before me in their levitation pods, and the campus tour guide robots malfunctioned - leaving the tour group from Mars and I stranded at the base of the Campanile in a torrid of acid rain for two hours. This is Berkeley in the year 2025. And, my my my, it's an odd site.

Cal Drops Final Game
Something special happened in the bottom of the seventh inning at Evans Diamond yesterday.

Graduate Student Offers Answer to Long-Term Paradox
Driving down the highway, every Californian has seen ice plant - a native of South Africa - living on the side of the road.

News

Man Convicted of Murder
Former UC Berkeley student Michael Singh was found guilty of three counts of first degree murder yesterday.

Student Files Suit Against University
Charging that the university had neglected to properly investigate her sexual assault and protect her from her attacker, a UC Berkeley student filed a civil lawsuit against the school Monday.

Early Morning Car Collision Claims One Passenger's Life
A collision in West Berkeley early Monday morning left one person dead and three others injured.

Berkeley Resident Robbed Inside Apartment Building
A Berkeley man was robbed in the corridor of his Piedmont Avenue apartment building early yesterday morning, police said.

Alumna Develops Foster Family Agency to Help Neglected Children
After receiving a graduate degree from UC Berkeley, Shahnaz Mazandarani decided that she wanted to dedicate her life to caring for groups of neglected children.


Sports

Cal Drops Final Game
Something special happened in the bottom of the seventh inning at Evans Diamond yesterday.

Goal-Oriented
Two short years ago, the Cal women's lacrosse team was nothing more than a club sport. That is to say, a club sport with a hard-nosed coach.

Swimming's McKeever Finishes Second in Balloting
Editor's Note: The following are, in order, the Daily Cal sports staff's picks for the best of the rest of Cal's women's coaches.

NCAA Champ Ervin Tops Freshman Class
Editor's Note: The following are, in order, the Daily Cal sports staff's picks for Cal's best freshman athletes.


Opinion

Dispatch: Berkeley, 2025
It took awhile to adjust - time travel, after all, can be taxing - but once I got situated, Berkeley and I were back to our normal selves. My rental car took three hours to charge, street punks kept dodging before me in their levitation pods, and the campus tour guide robots malfunctioned - leaving the tour group from Mars and I stranded at the base of the Campanile in a torrid of acid rain for two hours. This is Berkeley in the year 2025. And, my my my, it's an odd site.

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