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Issue #203 :: Tuesday, September 5, 2000

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Sex on Tuesday: Touch Me, Baby
Okay, okay. So we all know what the penis and vagina are for, right? At least in terms of sex. But what about all the other parts of our body that are related to our sexuality? If you thought that sex was only about the penis or a sex toy being inserted into some orifice, there is much for me to explain. Some of the most interesting and stimulating pleasures of sex involve foreplay where touch is the key. Probably the most, err, interesting places to touch are our erogenous zones.

Imprisoned Alumnus Elects To Hunger Strike
The recent UC Berkeley graduate being held hostage in the Phillippines has gone on a hunger strike in protest, family members said yesterday.

Bears Get Baker's Dozen, Foes Get Eggs
The Cal women's soccer team was not expecting to change school soccer history Friday against James Madison.

Editorial: Board of Regents Should Give Students More of a Voice
The 25-year anniversary of the student regent position on the UC Board of Regents is an important milestone. When the state legislature officially marked the anniversary with a bill last week, it celebrated a quarter century of student contribution in the face of polite adversity within the regents.

News

Imprisoned Alumnus Elects To Hunger Strike
The recent UC Berkeley graduate being held hostage in the Phillippines has gone on a hunger strike in protest, family members said yesterday.

ASUC Staff Selection Raises Eyebrows
ASUC President Teddy Liaw broke with tradition last week when he appointed Senator Wally Adeyemo to serve concurrently as his chief of staff, raising the question of a possible conflict of interest.

Three Piglets Missing from Park
The Three Little Pigs fairy tale has a happy ending, but the trio of piglets snatched from Tilden Park last week may not be as lucky.

Race in Grad School Admissions
Five years after the UC Board of Regents effectively ended the use of race in UC admissions, UC Berkeley is still struggling to come to terms with the ways in which its diversity has been threatened. But where diversity may be a relatively peripheral issue for many UC Berkeley departments, it plays a key role in the Graduate School of Education.

News in Brief: UC Berkeley Receives Grant For Multidisciplinary Studies
UC Berkeley received $5.2 million in grants to train graduate students in multidisciplinary approaches to tackling problems in the post-genome era, officials announced last week.


Sports

Bears Get Baker's Dozen, Foes Get Eggs
The Cal women's soccer team was not expecting to change school soccer history Friday against James Madison.

Soccer Opens With Shutout
Kendall Simmonds started it, Kendall Simmonds ended it, and in between, Kendall Simmonds and the rest of the Bears owned it.

Rookie Spikers Lead Bears
RENO, Nev. - The deuces were wild this weekend in Reno. Two freshmen starters, two victories, and a second place finish in the tourney.

Sudden Death Goal Gives Field Hockey Second Win
In soccer, it is known as the golden goal. For ice hockey, sudden death best describes the situation facing the two teams.

Athlete of the Week
The Cal women's soccer team wasn't ranked heading into its matchup against No. 25 James Madison. But Laura Schott, who scored four goals in the the 12-0 blowout of the Dukes, and the rest of the Bears showed rankings carry little weight two games into the season.

Improved Boller Ready for 2000
Since the day he signed a national letter of intent, Kyle Boller has been the anointed one - the savior of Cal football.


Opinion

Lights Plan Flawed
A recent Letter to the Editor quibbles about who was here first, the stadium or the residents. But it is the effect of new lights, not an old stadium, that is at issue ("Stop Stadium Light Delays," Aug. 29).

Letters to the Editor: Column Shows Little Knowledge of Nader's Concerns
Well, at least Rebecca Kahlenberg is not advocating that we vote for George W. Bush ("Don't Read This," Aug. 31). That's a start, I suppose.

Sex on Tuesday: Touch Me, Baby
Okay, okay. So we all know what the penis and vagina are for, right? At least in terms of sex. But what about all the other parts of our body that are related to our sexuality? If you thought that sex was only about the penis or a sex toy being inserted into some orifice, there is much for me to explain. Some of the most interesting and stimulating pleasures of sex involve foreplay where touch is the key. Probably the most, err, interesting places to touch are our erogenous zones.

Editorial: Board of Regents Should Give Students More of a Voice
The 25-year anniversary of the student regent position on the UC Board of Regents is an important milestone. When the state legislature officially marked the anniversary with a bill last week, it celebrated a quarter century of student contribution in the face of polite adversity within the regents.

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