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Issue #259 :: Monday, November 27, 2000

Top Headlines

Patient, Hospital in Dispute
In a battle pitting patient against hospital, a Berkeley man diagnosed with HIV will face his first criminal trial tomorrow for violating some of the seven restraining orders filed against him by Alta Bates Medical Center.

Beer Education
I went home to Southern California last week and realized that, for me, there really isn't any other place like Berkeley. I must admit that there are a great many things about UC Berkeley that will endlessly hold a place in my heart long after I have moved on from this wonderful university.

Bears Close to Elusive NCAA Berth
In yesterday's Mountain Pacific Sports Federation championship match, the Cal men's water polo team looked like it was finally going to shake a monkey off its back.

News Analysis: While Less Visible, Regents Still Active
Five years ago, when the UC Board of Regents struck down the use of race preference in university admissions, all eyes were trained on its large oval table.

News

Patient, Hospital in Dispute
In a battle pitting patient against hospital, a Berkeley man diagnosed with HIV will face his first criminal trial tomorrow for violating some of the seven restraining orders filed against him by Alta Bates Medical Center.

News Analysis: While Less Visible, Regents Still Active
Five years ago, when the UC Board of Regents struck down the use of race preference in university admissions, all eyes were trained on its large oval table.

Program May Further Assist Students Planning Schedules
Doing away with their pens and booklets of graduation requirements, UC Berkeley students may be able to plan their entire college careers online if a campus committee adopts a new computerized course planning service.

Bondage Fans Bond in Berkeley
Chains and whips and leather - oh my! Berkeley Bondage, Discipline and Sadomasochism enthusiasts explore how pain and pleasure fuse together to make sex play hurt so good.


Sports

Bears Close to Elusive NCAA Berth
In yesterday's Mountain Pacific Sports Federation championship match, the Cal men's water polo team looked like it was finally going to shake a monkey off its back.

Spikers End Season With Tourney Title
Cyndi Lauper must have had the Cal volleyball team in mind when she wrote her classic, "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun."

Women's Basketball Takes Consolation in First Win
Finally, Caren Horstmeyer got what she wanted from her squad - good shooting coupled with outstanding defense and her first win as a Cal women's basketball coach.


Opinion

Beer Education
I went home to Southern California last week and realized that, for me, there really isn't any other place like Berkeley. I must admit that there are a great many things about UC Berkeley that will endlessly hold a place in my heart long after I have moved on from this wonderful university.

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