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Issue #575 :: Tuesday, September 3, 2002

Top Headlines

Bears Belittle Baylor
The Cal football team wasn't out to make just one point in its season opener against Baylor Saturday.

Sex on Tuesday: First Choice
Life is full of firsts: first words, first steps, first kiss, first day at college. Likewise, the fact remains that if you ever plan on having sex in your life, there will be a first time for that too.

Woman Escapes Rape Attempt on Memorial Glade
A female UC Berkeley student successfully fought off a man who was trying to rape her on Memorial Glade early Friday, police said.

Bears Win Fourth Straight Cal Invite
The No. 14 Cal women's soccer team built a strong foundation for its season Sunday, winning the Cal Invitational for the fourth year in a row.

News

Feature Photo: A Perfect Start


Woman Escapes Rape Attempt on Memorial Glade
A female UC Berkeley student successfully fought off a man who was trying to rape her on Memorial Glade early Friday, police said.

Negotiations To Gauge Force of Clerical Worker, Lecturer Strike
Last week's strike by UC clerical workers and lecturers built a wide support base for the labor cause, but its effects on the university will likely surface in negotiations in the coming weeks.

Alcohol Ban Still in Effect on Fraternity Row
Although Cal's football team crushed their Texas opponent Saturday, the only things crushed on Fraternity Row were soda cans.

Berkeley Grad to Appear on ‘Survivor'
When UC Berkeley alumna and former ASUC senator Shii Ann Huang didn't show up for work for two months, her friends weren't worried.

‘Blog' Popularity Spurs New Journalism Class
As media sources become increasingly web-based, the popularity of weblogs, or "blogs," has caught the attention of many professional journalists.


Sports

Bears Belittle Baylor
The Cal football team wasn't out to make just one point in its season opener against Baylor Saturday.

Bears Win Fourth Straight Cal Invite
The No. 14 Cal women's soccer team built a strong foundation for its season Sunday, winning the Cal Invitational for the fourth year in a row.

Goalkeeper Showcase Leads to Double-OT Tie
Cal men's soccer coach Kevin Grimes isn't a big fan of national rankings, and it looks like he won't have to worry about them for at least a few more weeks.

Sports in Brief: Volleyball Captures Golden Bear Invite
The Cal volleyball team started preseason play this weekend by winning the Golden Bear Invitational.


Opinion

Sex on Tuesday: First Choice
Life is full of firsts: first words, first steps, first kiss, first day at college. Likewise, the fact remains that if you ever plan on having sex in your life, there will be a first time for that too.

Editorial: ASUC President Must Define Office's Role
This year's ASUC executives can learn an important lesson from last year: Don't make lofty campaign promises that can only be fulfilled with a $300,000 price tag.

Letters to the Editor: Media Missed Overwhelming Support for Strike
The media didn't report one important aspect of last week's strike: the huge show of sympathy and moral support shown by other campus employees and by the community at large.

Editorial Art by Andrew Harkins


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