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Issue #494 :: Wednesday, March 6, 2002

Top Headlines

Miniature Fuel Cells to Extend Life of Electronics
Researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have developed an alternative battery technology that promises many future commercial and industrial applications, including longer-running cellular phones.

Jackson's Walk-Off Slam Caps Another Comeback
If you should ever happen to come across a bootleg copy of yesterday's baseball game between Cal and Georgetown, here's a bit of advice-fast-forward it to the end because that's where all the action takes place.

Reno's the Man
Does anyone feel the 2002 California primary election was a little on the boring and uneventful side? Especially in our 9th congressional district, where we all knew Barbara Lee would emerge as the Democratic nominee for Congress, things tend to get slightly mundane come this time of year.

Hancock Gets District 14 Democratic Nomination
With a white wine toast, former Berkeley Mayor Loni Hancock declared victory in the 14th Assembly District Democratic primary at 11:38 p.m. last night.

News

Page 2 Interview--Nicole Nishimura and Sena Christian, Juniors
Q: So what are you guys doing out here?

Decision May Move Claremont Hotel One Step Closer to Landmark Status
The Claremont Resort and Spa may soon be granted landmark status if the Oakland Planning Commission makes a positive recommendation to the Oakland City Council tonight.

Some Officials Accused of Using Position in ASUC To Aid Campaigns
As the ASUC elections quickly approach, some senators are speaking out against misrepresentative campaign strategies employed by fellow student officials.

Primary Elections See Low Voter Turnout
When UC Berkeley student Perry Choi stopped by the University YWCA to vote Tuesday afternoon, he had his pick of voting booths.

Lee and Udinsky Take Congressional Primary
One of the nation's most controversial politicians proved again yesterday that the East Bay and the rest of the country swim in opposite directions.

Hancock Gets District 14 Democratic Nomination
With a white wine toast, former Berkeley Mayor Loni Hancock declared victory in the 14th Assembly District Democratic primary at 11:38 p.m. last night.

2002 Primary Elections Results

99.5 percent precincts reporting


Sports

Jackson's Walk-Off Slam Caps Another Comeback
If you should ever happen to come across a bootleg copy of yesterday's baseball game between Cal and Georgetown, here's a bit of advice-fast-forward it to the end because that's where all the action takes place.

More Lessons Than Wins for Women's Hoops
By some measures, it could be looked at as one of the worst seasons in Cal history.

For the Love of Basketball- And Money
The Pac-10 Tournament begins tomorrow. Shortly thereafter, cliche-ridden excuses should follow.

Stanford Women's Rugby Shows Up and Hands Bears Tough Loss
The Cal women's rugby match at Goldman Field Saturday had the feeling and fixings of a postseason game.


Opinion

Reno's the Man
Does anyone feel the 2002 California primary election was a little on the boring and uneventful side? Especially in our 9th congressional district, where we all knew Barbara Lee would emerge as the Democratic nominee for Congress, things tend to get slightly mundane come this time of year.

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