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Issue #216 :: Friday, September 22, 2000

Top Headlines

Start Running, Bob!
Bob Costas, your hair is not that color! Just trot out and buy yourself a box of "Just for Men" and fix that atrocity right this instant.

Music Makes the Divas Come Together
Who would have thought that Madonna and Björk would once again

Web Extra: University Refuses to Ban Napster
Rebuking the requests of music industry heavyweights, UC officials announced Friday they will not ban Napster from university servers.

Sports Extra: Ervin Makes History, Wins Olympic Gold
Cal sophomore swimmer Anthony Ervin took

News

Proposal Aids Ambitious Students
In a plan that may increase minority enrollment, UC President Richard Atkinson unveiled a proposal yesterday to bring thousands of additional students to the university in a partnership with community colleges.

Napster Could Face UC's Wrath Today
Today is a big day for Internet music lovers. By the time night falls, the university will announce whether or not it will ban Napster from the UC system.

Student Store Refuses to Sell Sweatshop Clothing
In response to student pressure, the Cal Student Store yesterday pulled sweatshirts manufactured in Myanmar from its shelves.

Stars and Sparkles Illuminate UCB Gala
Although the big-name stars arrived fashionably late, yesterday's season-opening celebration of Cal Performances still managed to create a stir in a big tent on Lower Sproul Plaza.

Network Battles for Rivers, Society
Why would a Berkeley resident devote her life to keeping a single river flowing in China?

Quest for Visibility Consumes Student Advocate Office
"To represent you in a student conduct case, you may see the ASUC student advocate."

Local Radio Crusade Continues
In an effort to protest against increasingly corporate radio, Free Radio Berkeley activists held workshops yesterday teaching people how to build and operate their own micro-power radio stations.

Web Extra: University Refuses to Ban Napster
Rebuking the requests of music industry heavyweights, UC officials announced Friday they will not ban Napster from university servers.


Sports

Cal Hits the Road: Next Stop Fresno
Fans from all over the region will converge on the one major school in its one major city Saturday, ready for one of the biggest games in recent memory.

Soccer Shut Out Yet Again
Another game, another loss, another shutout.

Volleyball Readies For SoCal Attack
Despite all the warm weather this week, there will be a storm tonight and tomorrow. It will come from the south, and it will hit hard.

Bay Area Foes Up Next for Bears
When three teams of national caliber reside within miles of each other, don't expect them to play nice neighbors.

Cal Seeking Atonement
It has been five days since the Cal men's water polo team's poor showing at the Southern California Tournament. During that time, the Bears have had plenty of opportunity to pour over film and to evaluate what exactly went wrong last weekend.

Sports Briefs: Ervin Qualifies For 50-Free Final
Cal sprinter Anthony Ervin qualified for the Olympic finals in the 50-meter freestyle with his third-place finish in the qualifying heats (22.13 seconds). The finals took place today at 2 a.m., but results were not available at the time of publication.

Sports Extra: Ervin Makes History, Wins Olympic Gold
Cal sophomore swimmer Anthony Ervin took


Arts & Entertainment

Music Makes the Divas Come Together
Who would have thought that Madonna and Björk would once again

re:Calendar
Ethnic Notions-2000: Black Images in the White Mind, through

re:CDs - La Isla Amigos
Los Amigos Invisibles

Ciao Italia!
Between the fountain, decorative lanterns and quality food, diners

White Space