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Issue #255 :: Friday, November 17, 2000

Top Headlines

Traversing The Ages
For many, football is a religion. Over the years Cal football has amassed a congregation of fans willing to keep the faith through the program's darkest hours.

Naughty Bear Confessions
Ummm, so I guess it's Big Game week ... It seems rather subdued this year. Maybe it's the fact that our country is still lacking a president.

Local Girl Raped Again
The 12-year-old Berkeley girl who was repeatedly raped by a band of Willard Middle School boys was raped again at her new school, police said yesterday.

Indie Ingenuity
"Are you wearing socks?" asks Berkeley Video and Film Festival founder

News

Local Girl Raped Again
The 12-year-old Berkeley girl who was repeatedly raped by a band of Willard Middle School boys was raped again at her new school, police said yesterday.

Youths Jailed On Numerous Felony Charges
OAKLAND - Three Berkeley boys, ages 13 and 14, were charged with sexual assault on a 12-year-old girl with learning disabilities and will remain in custody, a juvenile court ruled yesterday.

School Slow to Inform, Protect, Parents Say
Voicing concerns about security issues, sexual harrassment education and better communication between school officials and parents, community members attended a forum at Willard Middle School last night that was held in response to the sexual assault of a 12-year-old girl from that school.

Underhill Area Faces New Developments
LOS ANGELES - After a long battle between the city of Berkeley and the university, the 13 members of the UC Board of Regents yesterday gave the go-ahead to the Underhill Area Plan.

UC Regents Approve Parking Lot Alterations
The UC Board of Regents' unanimous approval of the Underhill Area Plan yesterday cleared the way for construction to begin this winter.

Berkeley Criticizes Biased Prosecutions
Decrying vindictive and discriminatory prosecutions practiced across the nation, the Berkeley City Council is taking action to halt unfair practices and cases of racial profiling.

Ecosystems Facing Destruction
Coral reefs around the world, "the rainforests of the sea," are in trouble and a group in Berkeley is out to protect them.

News in Brief: University Leaders Warn of Future Big Game Relocation, Hinging on Conduct
UC Berkeley Chancellor Robert Berdahl and Stanford University President John Hennessy said this week they might consider relocating future Big Games to a neutral, off-campus facility if this year's event is not conducted in a safe manner.


Sports

Traversing The Ages
For many, football is a religion. Over the years Cal football has amassed a congregation of fans willing to keep the faith through the program's darkest hours.

Bigger Than The Big Game
Nothing would mean more to the fans of the University of California than a Big Game defeat of Stanford. The victories over the Bruins and Trojans were nice. A Rose Bowl appearance and a national ranking would have even been better.

Stanford's Wild Card Quarterbacks
Stanford coach Tyrone Willingham plans to deal two Cards at quarterback tomorrow.

Empowering the Big Game Tradition
You're an athletic director at a school with a middling program with aspirations to make it big. You feel like you're just around the corner. You have everything in place - except the cash.

Polo Hopes to Splash into Postseason
Tomorrow, while most Cal fans are still sleeping, partying, or getting ready to make their way up to Memorial Stadium for the Big Game, a game of even bigger proportions, and with better teams, will be taking place at Speiker Aquatic Center at 10 a.m.

Beavers Slip Past Bears
After watching the Cal volleyball team last night, one cannot help but wonder why there was a lingering feeling of deja vu in the air.

Cal Opens Season On the East Coast
The Cal women's basketball team opens its regular season this weekend, starting today with No. 7 Rutgers.

Daily Cal Hosts Inferior Daily in Ink Bowl
The stakes may be smaller, the players weaker, and the time earlier, but this year's edition of the Ink Bowl is just as highly contested as its more widely-known cousin, the Big Game.

Sports Briefs: Ex-Bear Kent Named NL MVP
Cal alumnus and San Francisco Giants' second baseman Jeff Kent was named the National League Most Valuable Player yesterday.


Arts & Entertainment

Indie Ingenuity
"Are you wearing socks?" asks Berkeley Video and Film Festival founder

Smith Rocks Warfield
If you stayed home to watch Monday Night Football this week, you missed

Mo'MA for your money
Celebrating Modern Art: The Anderson Collection is the largest

And Then There was Crap
Back in 1997, when it was reported that a Scottish laboratory had

re:CDs -- Rock and Roll Ain't Dead
Lenny Kravitz is one of those pop icons who is meant for

re:Calendar
Marks of Time: Claudia Marseille , through November 21, 11

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