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Issue #477 :: Monday, February 11, 2002

Top Headlines

The Hands That Feed
You're a student from a traditional home in the middle of suburbia, where both of your parents, your sibling and a dog of some sort live.

Cal Shows Will To Win Against No. 13 Oregon
Perhaps Cal basketball player Amit Tamir said it best when referring to his team's 107-103 win in double overtime Saturday against No. 13 Oregon:

Cloyne Court Moves To The Mainstream
Two naked men streak down the hallway and into the backyard where a basketball game is in progress. UC Berkeley students stand pressed together holding cups of beer and cigarettes. Despite the chaotic surroundings, a pool game continues undisturbed.

Tamir Comes Of Age Against Tough Ducks
It happened somewhere between the time Shantay Legans hit a three-pointer with Oregon's Luke Jackson lying on the floor, clutching his ankle, and when Conor Famulener hit his little jumper.

News

UC-Run Laboratories Contribute To Security at Winter Olympics
Scientists from the UC-run Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos national laboratories were part of the vast network of Olympic security that debuted in Salt Lake City over the weekend.

Dukakis Proposes High-Speed Train As Answer to U.S. Transportation Woes
Former presidential candidate Michael Dukakis called for a dramatic increase in federal funding for rail transit during an appearance Friday at UC Berkeley's Sibley Auditorium.

South Berkeley Shooting Under Investigation; No Suspects Yet
Homicide detectives are investigating a Friday night shooting that occurred in South Berkeley and wounded a man in the back.

UC Berkeley May Create Spot for Filipino American Studies Professor
After a 30-year struggle by student and community organizers, UC Berkeley may grant a faculty position for a Filipino American Studies professor.

Cloyne Court Moves To The Mainstream
Two naked men streak down the hallway and into the backyard where a basketball game is in progress. UC Berkeley students stand pressed together holding cups of beer and cigarettes. Despite the chaotic surroundings, a pool game continues undisturbed.


Sports

Cal Shows Will To Win Against No. 13 Oregon
Perhaps Cal basketball player Amit Tamir said it best when referring to his team's 107-103 win in double overtime Saturday against No. 13 Oregon:

Momentum a Mirage for Bears After McArthur Mauling
The Oregon women's basketball team lost a tough game to No. 2 Stanford last Thursday. After nearly knocking off the only unbeaten team in Pac-10 play, the Ducks took out their frustration on a team with one conference win.

Tamir Comes Of Age Against Tough Ducks
It happened somewhere between the time Shantay Legans hit a three-pointer with Oregon's Luke Jackson lying on the floor, clutching his ankle, and when Conor Famulener hit his little jumper.

Netters Post Another Easy Victory at Hellman
Berkeley's Hellman tennis courts haven't been the friendliest place for visiting teams.


Opinion

The Hands That Feed
You're a student from a traditional home in the middle of suburbia, where both of your parents, your sibling and a dog of some sort live.

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