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Issue #586 :: Wednesday, September 18, 2002

Top Headlines

Optic Breakdown
On Oct. 26, Adrien Tomine visited Comic Relief with another comic book underground phenomenon, Seth. I had been anticipating the event for several weeks, but what I saw that evening was a disappointment.

New Hall Puts Research Projects Under One Roof
Though seismic safety necessitated a new Stanley Hall, it will be the collaborative potential of the building's design that will prove truly earth shaking.

Campaign for Pell Grant Funding Increase Begins
Student leaders will launch a campaign today to increase maximum Pell Grant allocations by $500 a year.

Pawlawski Remembers Glory Days of Cal Football
For Cal football fans with attention spans of less than a decade, it may seem the Bears' early success this season has come out of nowhere, but Mike Pawlawski knows better.

News

Campaign for Pell Grant Funding Increase Begins
Student leaders will launch a campaign today to increase maximum Pell Grant allocations by $500 a year.

Court Dismisses Charges Against Berkeley Student, Family Members
Richmond officials dropped charges filed against a UC Berkeley student and members of his family Monday.

Berkeley Public Library Prepares to Spotlight Top Controversial Books
Banned books will be coming to a library near you.

News in Brief
Suspect Powder Found Near Campus

Feature Photo: Training Run


To Our Readers
You can expect a few changes in tomorrow's Daily Californian, both in the page size and distribution, to help offset decreasing revenue caused by a severe decline in the local economy.


Sports

Pawlawski Remembers Glory Days of Cal Football
For Cal football fans with attention spans of less than a decade, it may seem the Bears' early success this season has come out of nowhere, but Mike Pawlawski knows better.

Eating a Slice Of Boller's Humble Pie
Welcome back to the first edition of the 2002-2003 Whine Cellar. Fresh off a vacation to Fort Myers, Fla. (motto: home of the newlywed and the nearly dead!), I'm your host. Lots to discuss, so let's get right to it...

Sports in Brief: W. Golf Swings Its Way to Threepeat
The Cal women's golf team is coming off a season in which they broke a number of major school records. They broke yet another one to open the 2002 campaign.

Athlete of the Week



Opinion

Optic Breakdown
On Oct. 26, Adrien Tomine visited Comic Relief with another comic book underground phenomenon, Seth. I had been anticipating the event for several weeks, but what I saw that evening was a disappointment.

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