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Issue #569 :: Monday, August 26, 2002

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Campus Policies In Question As Strike Begins
As the strike by 1,900 UC Berkeley clerical workers and lecturers gains momentum, the question of whether or not students have the right not to cross the picket line remains unanswered.

A World of Pain
And as the Daily Cal's former City Council beat reporter, let me you welcome you to Berkeley politics.

Men's Basketball: Legans Wants Out; Hughes Wants Back In
Did the improvements made to Haas Pavilion this summer include a revolving door?

Conference Meets to Shape Future of Doctoral Program
Former and current students of a UC Berkeley interdisciplinary graduate program convened this weekend to discuss issues that impact the future of the program.

News

Campus Policies In Question As Strike Begins
As the strike by 1,900 UC Berkeley clerical workers and lecturers gains momentum, the question of whether or not students have the right not to cross the picket line remains unanswered.

Conference Meets to Shape Future of Doctoral Program
Former and current students of a UC Berkeley interdisciplinary graduate program convened this weekend to discuss issues that impact the future of the program.

Student Housing Complex Still Has Vacant Units
A number of units at UC Berkeley's newest student housing complex remain vacant-the result of administrative delays in informing students of their acceptance.

UC Berkeley Student Vies for District 7 City Council Seat
Running against incumbent Councilmember Kriss Worthington for the District 7 Berkeley City Council seat, UC Berkeley sophomore Micki Weinberg said he hopes to unite UC Berkeley and its surrounding city.

Student Reporter Sizes Up ASUC Campaign Goals
When my editor asked me to comment on the upcoming ASUC's realistic goals, I could think of nothing substantial.

News in Brief: Boalt Ranked 12th In U.S. Law Schools
The American Universities Admission Program released their 2003 rankings of U.S. Legus Magister/Master of Law Programs yesterday, ranking UC Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law 12th.

News in Brief: Memorial to Be Held For History Professor
A memorial service will be held today for UC Berkeley history professor James Kettner.

Feature Photo: Rock On, Aussies


Feature Photo: Inner Awakening


New Students Find Challenge Before Classes, in Their Rooms
Incoming students are already spending hundreds of dollars, and it's not on their education.


Sports

Women's Soccer: Cal Downs Dons in Exhibition Game
In a true team effort, the Cal women's soccer team beat USF Thursday with all 24 dressed players seeing field time.

Sports in Brief: Go For It? Econ Professor Says Yes
All football fans play the role of armchair quarterback, eagerly offering advice about when a team should have gone for it on fourth down.

Men's Basketball: Legans Wants Out; Hughes Wants Back In
Did the improvements made to Haas Pavilion this summer include a revolving door?

Football: Scrimmage Wraps Up Fall Camp
The Cal football team finished two-a-day practices last week with its annual end-of-camp full-squad scrimmage.


Opinion

A World of Pain
And as the Daily Cal's former City Council beat reporter, let me you welcome you to Berkeley politics.

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