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Issue #251 :: Monday, November 13, 2000

Top Headlines

Underhill Plan Set for Discussion
Amid student and community protest and ever-increasing demand for more student housing, the UC Board of Regents is poised to decide the fate of the Underhill Area Plan at its Los Angeles meeting this week.

The Bear Essentials Of What it Takes To be a Cal Fan
For many of you, this may be the first time that you have ever heard me voice any sort of opinion because of my inability to speak, but I felt that there could not be a better time of year to express myself than Big Game week.

Oregon Has Bears Thinking Big
EUGENE, Ore. - Lost in the shuffle of Cal's game against Oregon was Cal's game against Oregon.

Parking Lot Proposal Denounced
Nearly 50 people descended on Underhill Parking Lot Saturday night to protest the current redevelopment proposal for the site and demand the construction of affordable student housing.

News

Underhill Plan Set for Discussion
Amid student and community protest and ever-increasing demand for more student housing, the UC Board of Regents is poised to decide the fate of the Underhill Area Plan at its Los Angeles meeting this week.

Parking Lot Proposal Denounced
Nearly 50 people descended on Underhill Parking Lot Saturday night to protest the current redevelopment proposal for the site and demand the construction of affordable student housing.

Veterans for Peace Travel To Abolish Army School
Ten members of Veterans for Peace and their friends and family piled into a converted school bus yesterday to take a cross-country road trip to Fort Benning, Ga., where they will join thousands of others in a protest against the U.S. Army School of the Americas.

Error-Ridden Cal-FACTS Stir Demand For VP Recall
ASUC senators found major errors in Cal-FACTS last week, causing Academic Affairs Vice President Jen Chang to issue a correction.

Free Speech Movement: A Legacy Echoed by Many
Protest, activism, demonstration - for the past several decades, many people have associated UC Berkeley with these words.

New KPFA Board Members Elected
After months of planning, KPFA Radio pulled off its first-ever election for its Local Advisory Board, and the 11 new community-selected members will take office Wednesday.

Internment Teacher's Achievement Honored
A Berkeley artist was honored at a public library event last week for his internationally recognized landscape paintings and his work to bring art classes to Japanese Americans in internment camps during World War II.

Commission Opposes Plans for Open Market
Plans for an open-air market on Fifth Street failed to gain the support of the West Berkeley Project Area Commission, which rejected the proposed site in a community meeting last Thursday.

Veterans' Efforts Honored Online
In honor of Veterans Day on Saturday, which commemorated Americans who served in the nation's many wars, the city of Berkeley encouraged residents to view its own online memorial to fallen soldiers.

Community Members Debate Growth In Gathering Over New General Plan
With the recent unveiling of the first draft of the city's General Plan, the Planning Commission recently hosted one of a series of meetings to determine the future of Berkeley for the next 20 years.

News in Brief: Burglars Snatch Four "Pretty Nice Cars' From Buggy Bank, Police Consider Recovery Difficult
Burglars got off with quite a haul when they broke into Berkeley's Buggy Bank and picked up four "pretty nice cars," police said Thursday.


Sports

Oregon Has Bears Thinking Big
EUGENE, Ore. - Lost in the shuffle of Cal's game against Oregon was Cal's game against Oregon.

Forget Oregon, Axe Is Coming Back to Berkeley
EUGENE, Ore. - Nick Harris isn't a stranger when it comes to having his picture taken.

Hoops Takes On Bulldogs
After two convincing exhibition wins against EA Sports and the Los Angeles Stars, the Cal men's basketball team is now faced with the opportunity to keep a winning tradition alive.

Bears are One and Done in NCAAs
In what has been a season of firsts for the No. 7 Cal women's soccer team, Saturday resulted in two more.

Cal Suffers Shutout at the Hands of Dominant Card
The Cal volleyball team may not ever be the best team in the Pac-10. It may not ever be the best team in the Bay Area. It may not even be the best team in Berkeley.

Men's Polo Posts Crucial Victories
For the Cal men's water polo team, this weekend was a very big weekend.

Cal Ends Season With Losses
The checkered flag was finally waved on the Cal men's soccer team's season yesterday with an all too familiar result.

Sports Briefs: Cross Country Sends Guangul to Finals
Cal freshman Girmay Guangul led the Cal men's cross country team to a 10th place finish with 259 points at the NCAA Pacific Regionals Saturday in Fresno, Calif.


Opinion

The Bear Essentials Of What it Takes To be a Cal Fan
For many of you, this may be the first time that you have ever heard me voice any sort of opinion because of my inability to speak, but I felt that there could not be a better time of year to express myself than Big Game week.

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