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Issue #580 :: Tuesday, September 10, 2002

Top Headlines

Cal Shuts Down Opponents in Three-Peat
After achieving her goal of winning the starting keeper position on the Cal field hockey team, the sophomore spent her first three games blocking the potential goals of others.

Sex On Tuesday: It's All Good, In Movies
Lights, camera, action! In a frenzy of frantic movements and hastily discarded clothing, a pair of lovers embrace in a human Rubik's Cube of Bally's Total Fitness-toned bodies and Neutrogena-clear skin. Backs scratched, cheeks flushed and perfectly sated with synchronous satisfaction, they depart from the airline bathroom, hot tub or pool table, casually smoothing down their stylishly messy, post-coital 'dos. Hey man, I saw it in a movie once.

Controversy Arises Over Site Development
A heated debate between local developers and residents has delayed construction of proposed additions to a Southside seminary.

The True Test Starts Saturday
When LaShaun Ward caught a touchdown pass in the northeast corner of the endzone less than five minutes into the game Saturday, it became official.

News

City May Censor Risque TV Shows
Advocates of Berkeley's public access channel spoke out against members of the Berkeley City Council yesterday, for supporting a bill that advocates said would censor sexually explicit material on television.

Livermore Lab to Face Protest Amid Celebrations
A local environmental watchdog group will protest Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory during the lab's 50th anniversary celebration.

Study Shows Latino Students More Likely To Drop Out of College Than White Students
Latino students face a greater challenge after being accepted into college-graduating.

Students Planning Sept. 11 Memorial Receive Hate E-Mails After Ribbon Decision
Some UC Berkeley students planning tomorrow's Sept. 11 memorial continue to receive hate messages-a result of their widely publicized statements against distributing red, white and blue ribbons.

News in Brief
Man Flashes Knife In Drugstore Raid

Controversy Arises Over Site Development
A heated debate between local developers and residents has delayed construction of proposed additions to a Southside seminary.


Sports

Cal Shuts Down Opponents in Three-Peat
After achieving her goal of winning the starting keeper position on the Cal field hockey team, the sophomore spent her first three games blocking the potential goals of others.

The True Test Starts Saturday
When LaShaun Ward caught a touchdown pass in the northeast corner of the endzone less than five minutes into the game Saturday, it became official.

Sports in Brief
McKeever Receives National Accolade


Opinion

Sex On Tuesday: It's All Good, In Movies
Lights, camera, action! In a frenzy of frantic movements and hastily discarded clothing, a pair of lovers embrace in a human Rubik's Cube of Bally's Total Fitness-toned bodies and Neutrogena-clear skin. Backs scratched, cheeks flushed and perfectly sated with synchronous satisfaction, they depart from the airline bathroom, hot tub or pool table, casually smoothing down their stylishly messy, post-coital 'dos. Hey man, I saw it in a movie once.

Editorial Art by Darrin Bell


Editorial: State Must Do More to Avoid UC Budget Cuts
UC outreach and research programs are already suffering financially, but California's recent budget cuts give these programs an even more unceratain future.

Editorial: Method For Lifting Moratorium Promising
Relations between the Greek system and UC Berkeley have, in recent years, been strained, at best.

ASUC Will Bridge Gap With UC Berkeley Students
For 118 years the ASUC president has served as the chief representative of the student body. The president's vision determines the direction of ASUC and must provide leadership both to ASUC officials as well as all of the students on the UC Berkeley campus. While the vice presidents must focus on specific issues, it is the president's job to monitor the overall well being of ASUC.

Purpose of Sept. 11 Memorial Would Be Undermined Without Patriotism
On Thursday, I received an e-mail from Chancellor Robert Berdahl that responded to allegations by the California Patriot that the campus's Sept. 11 memorial would be devoid of patriotic symbols. The e-mail was extremely disappointing. I had hoped for a response that would tell me it just wasn't so, that there were several factual errors or exaggerations in the California Patriot's story.

Letters to the Editor: Sept. 11 Ribbon Decisions Stir Controversy
The desire to promote inclusion in the Sept. 11 memorial is laudable. However, one cannot separate politics from the significance of the attack last year. America and Americans were specifically and deliberately attacked last year. The non-Americans injured and killed in those attacks were strictly "collateral damage" by those murderers and their supporters.

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