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Issue #497 :: Monday, March 11, 2002

Top Headlines

Ill Communication
Relations between UC Berkeley and the city are finally seeing a ray of light.

Wildcats End Bears' Pac-10 Tourney Run
LOS ANGELES-Every Pac-10 team that has beaten Cal in its first meeting with the Bears has tasted defeat the second time around.

UC Hastings Sued for Residency Requisites
UC requirements for in-state residency could be challenged if a San Francisco law school's state citizenship criteria are ruled unconstitutional.

ASUC Demands Higher Pay For UC Employees
The ASUC Senate has thrown its support behind clerical workers and other nonadministrative employees at UC who are fighting for higher wages.

News

Few Women Choose the Physical Science Path
Junior Jesse Saveriano applied to UC Berkeley's electrical engineering and computer science program because she wanted a challenge.

ASUC Demands Higher Pay For UC Employees
The ASUC Senate has thrown its support behind clerical workers and other nonadministrative employees at UC who are fighting for higher wages.

Feature Photo: An Invitation to the Big Dance


Imaging Data Helps Predict Success of Heart Surgery
In a move that may allow doctors to determine if cardiac bypass surgery will be effective before the patient goes under the knife, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory scientists have deciphered how to use an imaging technique to differentiate between dead and "hibernating" tissue.

Haas Competition Finds Future Entrepreneurs
UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business is hosting a competition for entrepreneurs from all over the world that pits entrants against one another as they vie for the attention of prominent venture capitalists and for funding for their products.

UC Hastings Sued for Residency Requisites
UC requirements for in-state residency could be challenged if a San Francisco law school's state citizenship criteria are ruled unconstitutional.

News in Brief: Berkeley Back on Line After Blackout
Electricity lost during the UC Berkeley power outage Thursday evening was completely restored by 5:15 p.m. Friday.


Sports

Baseball: Once Again, Bears Strand Runners In Loss
Nothing comes cheap against the No. 1 team in the nation.

Wildcats End Bears' Pac-10 Tourney Run
LOS ANGELES-Every Pac-10 team that has beaten Cal in its first meeting with the Bears has tasted defeat the second time around.

Cal Steels for First-Round Locals
This time last year, the Cal men's basketball team was jumping up and down screaming, celebrating its first invitation to the NCAA Tournament since 1997.

Rugby: Backs Bear Scoring Load in Road Win
Any quest for perfection is daunting, but the Cal rugby team's march to an unbeaten season is beginning once again to seem like a matter of inevitability.

Men's Tennis: Cal Sends Arizona Schools Packing
The No. 10 Cal men's tennis team extended its winning streak to five straight matches this weekend, defeating Arizona and Arizona State, both by a score of 6-1.


Opinion

Ill Communication
Relations between UC Berkeley and the city are finally seeing a ray of light.

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