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Issue #530 :: Friday, April 26, 2002

Top Headlines

Lacrosse: Cal Seeking Revenge Against Stanford as Regular Season Ends
The first game against Stanford was a huge disappointment for the Cal women's lacrosse team.

Students Arrested During Protest May Be Suspended
The 41 students arrested during the siege of Wheeler Hall on the UC Berkeley campus earlier this month may face suspension for up to a year as campus administrators vow to crack down on what they call violations of the university's "core mission."

Pick Your Road
My grandma always said, "Make a decision and follow through with it. If it's the wrong one, change it."

Women's Golf Ties for Third at Pac-10 Tournament
The difficulty of a golf course can be reflected in many ways. When no player shot lower than 70 in the Pac-10 Championships at the Walla Walla Country Club in Walla Walla Wash., it can be concluded that the course was playing tremendously tough.

News

News in Brief: University Takes Its Children to Work
Children of UC Berkeley faculty and staff attended yesterday's campuswide "Take Our Children to Work Day," marking the third year of the event.

Political Theorist Offers Ideas on Issues of Global Interdependence
"Democracy is the only appropriate response to terrorism," Benjamin Barber told a crowd of more than 100 people last night at Dwinelle Hall, calling for a more democratic world in the face of problems with international capitalism.

Academic Senate Critiques Report For Lack of Focus On Faculty Diversity
As UC Berkeley's Strategic Planning Committee prepares the latest report on university long-range policies, members of the Academic Senate yesterday criticized the current draft for failing to address what they called a lack of faculty diversity.

Adeyemo Plans To Continue His ‘One Campus' Vision Next Year
Outgoing ASUC President Wally Adeyemo met behind closed doors with campus leaders Wednesday night to shape the future of his beleaguered One Campus Initiative.

Violence Directed at Jews Prompts Mayor to Propose Hate Crimes Unit
Berkeley may be adding a hate crimes unit to its police force in response to a rash of attacks against Jewish organizations in the city.

Gold Medalist Set to Deliver Commencement Address
In a departure from the past two years, the committee selecting the commencement speaker for this May has given the nod to an athlete-Olympic gold medal skier Jonny Moseley.

Elections Results Delayed After Senate Requests Second Tally
While elections fade into a distant memory, the announcement of the winners has been delayed again, at least until next week, so ballots can be re-entered into the electronic database.

Students Arrested During Protest May Be Suspended
The 41 students arrested during the siege of Wheeler Hall on the UC Berkeley campus earlier this month may face suspension for up to a year as campus administrators vow to crack down on what they call violations of the university's "core mission."


Sports

Lacrosse: Cal Seeking Revenge Against Stanford as Regular Season Ends
The first game against Stanford was a huge disappointment for the Cal women's lacrosse team.

Women's Golf Ties for Third at Pac-10 Tournament
The difficulty of a golf course can be reflected in many ways. When no player shot lower than 70 in the Pac-10 Championships at the Walla Walla Country Club in Walla Walla Wash., it can be concluded that the course was playing tremendously tough.

Softball: Bears Sweep Into Crucial Pac-10 Series
It was like the prelude to a musical masterpiece. At least, that's what the Cal softball team hopes.

Sports in Brief: Crew Hosts Washington at Redwood Shores
A pair of top-ranked crew teams will be on display tomorrow at Redwood Shores.


Opinion

Editorial Art by Tramaine de Senna


Editorial: Consequences: The Wheeler 41 Face the Jury
Chancellor Robert Berdahl has taken a stand to protect the "core mission" of UC Berkeley, and it's about time.

Pick Your Road
My grandma always said, "Make a decision and follow through with it. If it's the wrong one, change it."

Letters to the Editor: Initiative Stirs Debate Over Race's Role in Society
I was disappointed to read your editorial today lauding Ward Connerly's Racial Privacy Initiative ("Classifying Citizens: The Racial Privacy Initiative," April 23).

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