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Issue #572 :: Thursday, August 29, 2002

Top Headlines

Ward Hopes For Redemption With Tedford
Last November, Lashaun Ward sat in the locker room in Stanford Stadium after a 35-28 loss to the Cardinal with unanswered questions in his head.

Movie Review: A Robot in Your Future
Some of the readers of this article may have seen the most recent installation of a popular series of science fiction movies in which the protagonist drives through the lush detail of a 'super city' of the future. Another scene shows the aforementioned hero communicating to his superior remotely via video-phone and scenes throughout portray two machine men over the course of their asexual life-partnership.

It's Not Like the Movies
We've all grown up watching cheesy college movies like "Animal House," "Revenge of the Nerds" and "Road Trip." And now that we're actually in college, we've grown to hate these movies. Why?

Three-Day Strike Comes to End With Two Rallies
The three-day strike by UC clerical workers and lecturers came to its final stages yesterday, culminating in massive protests outside the offices of two high-ranking UC officials.

News

Corrections
The photo accompanying Wednesday's article "Microbial Fuel Cells to Power Future" should have been credited to Lina Katz.

Feature Photo: Jump, Jive and Wail


News in Brief: Man Cons Unit 3 Residents
A young man offering subscriptions for a local newspaper to students at a residence hall last weekend was only interested in getting some paper of his own, police said.

ASUC President Emphasizes Connecting to the Student Body
In last night's first student government meeting of the school year, ASUC President Jesse Gabriel announced his plans for the upcoming year.

Science Collaboration Moves Toward Fruition
Without much fanfare, UC Berkeley's future is taking shape in a project that could change the way science research is conducted at the university.

Three-Day Strike Comes to End With Two Rallies
The three-day strike by UC clerical workers and lecturers came to its final stages yesterday, culminating in massive protests outside the offices of two high-ranking UC officials.

Report Finds Gaps Still Evident in Sat I Test Scores
Racial, ethnic and socioeconomic disparities persist on the SAT I, according to a report released by the College Board Tuesday.

Student Tenants Question Legality Of Rent Increase
UC Berkeley may have illegally raised rent for an approximately 500-unit family housing complex, residents said yesterday.


Sports

Ward Hopes For Redemption With Tedford
Last November, Lashaun Ward sat in the locker room in Stanford Stadium after a 35-28 loss to the Cardinal with unanswered questions in his head.

Bears Dig for Early Wins at Own Invite
With a grueling Pac-10 schedule waiting in the wings, and two-a-day practices behind them, the Cal volleyball team takes center stage this weekend in the Golden Bear Invitational.

Eat the Red Hots, Joe
When I was 12 years old I went to San Clemente with my cousin.


Arts & Entertainment

Movie Review: A Robot in Your Future
Some of the readers of this article may have seen the most recent installation of a popular series of science fiction movies in which the protagonist drives through the lush detail of a 'super city' of the future. Another scene shows the aforementioned hero communicating to his superior remotely via video-phone and scenes throughout portray two machine men over the course of their asexual life-partnership.

Entertainment of the People, by The People and for the People
The curator gave directions on public transit on how to get there. Making it easier. The show was free which could mean a couple of things:

Food Review: Not-so-Strange Bedfellows: Indian, Pakistani Cuisine
In the cavernous space Fabuloso used to occupy, a new Pakistani restaurant has opened up in the last month.

Movie Review: A ‘Tadpole' in Deep Water: Oscar with Wine, Women
Tadpole wishes his childhood nickname would fall into disuse. He finds that sleeping with his 40 year old stepmother's best friend is a quick way to grow out of one's adolescence.

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