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Issue #486 :: Monday, February 25, 2002

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A Simple Plan
ASUC last November allocated $50,000 to president Wally Adeyemo's One Campus Campaign without asking a few vital questions. Three months and $0 later, many students have been left asking what we probably should've asked more loudly from the outset: What is One Campus?

Clampdown on Clancy Stifles Trojans
Sam Clancy returned to USC for his senior season in order to improve his lot in the NBA Draft. And all he has done is become a frontrunner for Pac-10 Player of the Year and All-America honors.

Berkeley Dragon Boat Racers Revive Ancient Chinese Sport
At the Berkeley Marina you can windsurf, sail, study tide pools and fish off a pier that once extended halfway to San Francisco.

The Law ‘Round These Parts
Dennis Gates brought his hard-working self and the nickname "The Sheriff" to Berkeley in 1998.

News

Berkeley Dragon Boat Racers Revive Ancient Chinese Sport
At the Berkeley Marina you can windsurf, sail, study tide pools and fish off a pier that once extended halfway to San Francisco.

49ers, School of Social Welfare Team Up To Fight Child Poverty
SAN FRANCISCO-A fundraising event organized by the UC Berkeley School of Social Welfare and the San Francisco 49ers raised more than half a million dollars for abused children last Thursday.

ASUC Senate Restricts Voting Rights Of Executives
The ASUC Senate, for the second time during the academic year, overrode a presidential veto Wednesday, limiting the sway ASUC executives have on finances.

Budget Cuts May Cause Closure Of Berkeley Magnet School
While members of the City of Franklin Microsociety Magnet School in Berkeley are distressed about the school's likely closure, most agree it is students who will be hit hardest.

Contest Encourages Progressive Entrepreneurs
Business students across the country are honing their entrepreneurial skills for the upcoming National Social Venture Competition, held at UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business.

News in Brief: Assault Victim in Critical Condition
Police are investigating an assault yesterday that left a man hospitalized in critical condition.


Sports

The Law ‘Round These Parts
Dennis Gates brought his hard-working self and the nickname "The Sheriff" to Berkeley in 1998.

Cal Plucks Eagles Clean in Sweep-Clinching Shutout
Opportunity knocked several times yesterday at Evans Diamond and the Cal baseball team answered each time.

Cal Gets It Started on the Right Foot Against Aggies
Over the last two years, the Cal women's lacrosse team has a 1-5 record in the first three games of the season.

Cal Upsets No.1 Stanford For First Time Since 1991
The No. 17 Cal men's tennis team piled into the giant wooden horse on Saturday.

Cardinal Proves Too Much for Bears
The rain first drove away the crowds. It then spelled doom for the Cal women's tennis team.

With Speed and Intensity, Cal Flattens Perennial Rival UBC
The Cal rugby team was supposed to get a serious challenge to its 23-game winning streak from the University of British Columbia Saturday.

Clampdown on Clancy Stifles Trojans
Sam Clancy returned to USC for his senior season in order to improve his lot in the NBA Draft. And all he has done is become a frontrunner for Pac-10 Player of the Year and All-America honors.


Opinion

A Simple Plan
ASUC last November allocated $50,000 to president Wally Adeyemo's One Campus Campaign without asking a few vital questions. Three months and $0 later, many students have been left asking what we probably should've asked more loudly from the outset: What is One Campus?

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