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Issue #222 :: Monday, October 2, 2000

Top Headlines

Haas Probes Possibilities For Expansion
Aspiring to grow with the U.S. economy, UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business is exploring options for future expansion, including a possible satellite campus in Asia.

Cal Hits New Low Against WSU
The end was in the beginning for the Cal football team Saturday. And as far as the 2000 season goes, Saturday may very well be the beginning of the end.

Being a Good Loser
The U.S. Olympic swimming team trials were held from Aug. 9 through Aug. 16 in Indianapolis. That gave me just over five months after NCAAs to make myself sick imagining every possible outcome that the meet could hold. Needless to say, my time management skills have never been so astounding. Not a day went by without my imagining myself winning, losing, and everything in between. Never before in my life have I gotten so little sleep.

Production Difficulties Delay Flu Shot Arrival
Due to difficulties in manufacturing, students will be forced to wait for flu vaccines this year, a university spokesperson said Friday.

News

Haas Probes Possibilities For Expansion
Aspiring to grow with the U.S. economy, UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business is exploring options for future expansion, including a possible satellite campus in Asia.

Production Difficulties Delay Flu Shot Arrival
Due to difficulties in manufacturing, students will be forced to wait for flu vaccines this year, a university spokesperson said Friday.

Speaker Calls for End to Two-Party Duopoly
Condemning the "hijacking" of American democracy and encouraging a crowd of more than 500 people at Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School Saturday night to take back their government, political commentator Jim Hightower expressed his support for grassroots organizers across the nation.

Grant Aids Service Learning Program
In a continuing effort to connect university students with the surrounding community, UC Berkeley's service learning program has been bolstered by a grant that will help fund its expansion.

Student Protesters Criticize Citigroup's Lending Practices
Students involved in UC Berkeley's Rainforest Action Group flooded Citigroup fax machines last week as part of International Fax Day, which criticized the lending practices of the the largest private financial institution in North America.

Ballot Measures Aim to Improve Berkeley Parks
Catching the attention of dog walkers and frisbee throwers across the city, two measures on the November ballot, park lovers say, will either make or break the quality of Berkeley parks.

News in Brief: Man Feigns Solicitation for Directions, Robs Coffee Shop
The Starbucks Coffee on Shattuck Avenue was robbed Thursday morning after the suspect ordered a cup of coffee, police said.


Sports

Cal Hits New Low Against WSU
The end was in the beginning for the Cal football team Saturday. And as far as the 2000 season goes, Saturday may very well be the beginning of the end.

WSU Planned for Punter
Washington State's game plan to defeat Cal Saturday was somewhat unique.

Defense Needs to Speak Up
This just in - there's only one thing the Cal football team needs to get through its schedule this season.

Bears Too Much for USC, Pacific
The last time the Cal men's water polo team defeated USC, only the fifth year players were around to see it - and most of them were redshirt freshman at the time.

Bears Score, Still End Invite Winless
With the offensive struggles of the Cal football team, it is very easy to overlook the lack of scoring by Cal's other football team.

Spikers Top ASU, Can't Beat Arizona
It's an old cliche, but you win some, you lose some. Or in the case of the Cal volleyball team this weekend, you win one, you lose one.

Women's Soccer Scraps With Physical San Diego
Playing the No. 8 Cal women's soccer squad can be very frustrating.


Opinion

Being a Good Loser
The U.S. Olympic swimming team trials were held from Aug. 9 through Aug. 16 in Indianapolis. That gave me just over five months after NCAAs to make myself sick imagining every possible outcome that the meet could hold. Needless to say, my time management skills have never been so astounding. Not a day went by without my imagining myself winning, losing, and everything in between. Never before in my life have I gotten so little sleep.

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