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Issue #472 :: Monday, February 4, 2002

Top Headlines

Cal Can't Escape Deja Vu in Familiar Loss to Stanford
You know the Bill Murray movie "Groundhog Day"? If you've seen it, you'll excuse Cal women's basketball coach Caren Horstmeyer if she thinks she's trapped in some sort of bad Hollywood script.

Measures of Success
I took it. You probably took it. Some of our parents and just about everybody else who has earned a college degree in the past few decades has taken it. But in about five years, students applying to UC probably won't have to take the SAT I.

Historic Campus Building Receives New Lease on Life
The Hearst Memorial Mining Building has undergone four years of retrofitting, renovation and modernization that have turned back the clock and prepared for the future.

Bears Exorcise Sun Devils
After two games of playing offense not suitable for itself, the Cal men's basketball team got back to what it does to win games.

News

Dinosaurs Visit University In Newest Science Exhibit
UC Berkeley's newest science exhibit, featuring a behind-the-scenes look at the blockbuster "Jurassic Park" films, debuted Saturday at the Lawrence Hall of Science.

Local Lab To Oversee NASA-Funded Satellite Mission
UC Berkeley researchers expect to see the sun in a new light with the launch of a satellite tomorrow.

Historic Campus Building Receives New Lease on Life
The Hearst Memorial Mining Building has undergone four years of retrofitting, renovation and modernization that have turned back the clock and prepared for the future.

Governor Taps Philanthropic Billionaire for New UC Regent
Gov. Gray Davis appointed Friday a wealthy media mogul and experienced businessman the newest addition to the UC Board of Regents.

Oakland Mayor to Speak at Berkeley Conference on Urban Policy
Oakland Mayor Jerry Brown will speak about revitalization and redevelopment at the third annual Berkeley Conference on Housing and Urban policy today at the Haas School of Business.


Sports

Cal Tees Off Today For Start of Spring Season
The spring season for the Cal men's golf team begins today, when the linksmen compete in the PING-Arizona Intercollegiate in Tucson.

Bears Again Left Hurting After Loss to Wildcats
The Cal women's gymnastics team suffered defeat at the hands of another Pac-10 opponent Sunday, losing to No. 19 Arizona State by the score of 195.025-191.450.

No. 11 Cal Gets Psyched for Season With Pair of Saturday Victories
There was a reason the Cal men's tennis team was introduced at halftime of the Cal-Arizona men's basketball game Thursday.

Once Again, Bears Make Winning Look Easy
The Cal rugby team is known as the Cadillac of collegiate rugby, but so far the Bears have been more like an old-school Corvette: running fast and hard, if not smooth.

Bears Exorcise Sun Devils
After two games of playing offense not suitable for itself, the Cal men's basketball team got back to what it does to win games.

Cal Can't Escape Deja Vu in Familiar Loss to Stanford
You know the Bill Murray movie "Groundhog Day"? If you've seen it, you'll excuse Cal women's basketball coach Caren Horstmeyer if she thinks she's trapped in some sort of bad Hollywood script.


Opinion

Measures of Success
I took it. You probably took it. Some of our parents and just about everybody else who has earned a college degree in the past few decades has taken it. But in about five years, students applying to UC probably won't have to take the SAT I.

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