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Issue #589 :: Monday, September 23, 2002

Top Headlines

Cal Offense Drops the Ball as Last-Second Comeback Falls Short
The 2002 season so far has been defined by some startling numbers for the Cal football team-a record 35 points in the first quarter against Baylor, an eye-popping plus-11 turnover ratio and a No. 23 national ranking.

Chicken N' Waffles
They've gentrified me out, and all I can say is, damn.

Poll Finds 60% of Students From Immigrant Families
Editors' Note: This is the first in a series of

Men's Soccer: Youthful Bears Get in Gear Against USF
With one foot on the brake and one on the gas, the Cal men's soccer team spent its early season like a kid with his new Porsche, trying to get out of first.

News

Fate of Campus Construction Lies With Proposition
SAN FRANCISCO-UC stands to lose over $400 million over the next two years if voters reject the school bond measure on the November ballot, UC Regents discussed last week.

Rep. Lee Stresses Firm Action, Not War for Situation in Iraq
U.S. Rep. Barbara Lee, D-Berkeley, introduced a resolution opposing a preemptive first strike on Iraq and calling for a peaceful resolution.

Young Girl in Critical Condition After Police Car Collides With Her
A young girl was critically injured when an on-duty Berkeley police officer crashed his car into the bike she was riding in Central Berkeley Saturday afternoon.

Feature Photo: Two Birds with One Stone


News in Brief: Professor Awarded for Research
The Lasker Foundation recognized Randy Schekman, a UC Berkeley professor of molecular and cell biology, with its prestigious award for medical research yesterday.

Mayor Erred in Reporting Campaign Funds
Opponents of Berkeley Mayor Shirley Dean successfully challenged her campaign finance practices before a city commission last week.

Program Could Benefit Leaders in Education
In an effort to improve leadership in K-12 urban school districts, UC Berkeley may create a joint doctoral program with some CSU campuses.

Poll Finds 60% of Students From Immigrant Families
Editors' Note: This is the first in a series of


Sports

Cal Offense Drops the Ball as Last-Second Comeback Falls Short
The 2002 season so far has been defined by some startling numbers for the Cal football team-a record 35 points in the first quarter against Baylor, an eye-popping plus-11 turnover ratio and a No. 23 national ranking.

Men's Soccer: Youthful Bears Get in Gear Against USF
With one foot on the brake and one on the gas, the Cal men's soccer team spent its early season like a kid with his new Porsche, trying to get out of first.

Women's Soccer: Hamm's Hat Trick Helps Bears Forget Heat, Beat Bulldogs
Tracy Hamm has always had the famous name, but she's wasting no time making her own reputation.

Field Hockey: Bears Christen Maxwell Field With Win
Sept. 21 should be officially recognized as Bizarro Day.

Volleyball: Cal's Record Streak Comes To an End Against No. 3 Stanford
Volleyball, like many sports, is a game of inches.


Opinion

Chicken N' Waffles
They've gentrified me out, and all I can say is, damn.

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