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Issue #591 :: Wednesday, September 25, 2002

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Reflection of Culture
Maybe magic and meaning have the same beginning. Unexplained gaps, deletions and slips are the things of magic. Maybe meaning too begins here. Or at least the force of narrative.

UC Professor Advocates Free Means of Publication
Publishers of scientific journals are often the gatekeepers of information, but these gates will soon be forced open if UC Berkeley genetics professor Mike Eisen has his way.

While Schott Recovers, Hamm Shines
If anyone thought the Cal women's soccer would be 5-1-1 and ranked No. 5 this early in the season, they surely would not have expected that it would be without senior All-American Laura Schott.

Lease-Renewal Process Begins for Cloyne Co-op
A live-in "house mom" may soon govern the co-op known to many UC Berkeley students for its naked relay races and pot cookies.

News

Feature Photo: Juggling Jubilee


News in Brief
Human Cloning Banned by Gov. Davis

Lease-Renewal Process Begins for Cloyne Co-op
A live-in "house mom" may soon govern the co-op known to many UC Berkeley students for its naked relay races and pot cookies.

Lack of State Funding Impedes Technological Research
California lags behind nearly one-third of other states in technological research despite its flourishing technology industry, according to a study released yesterday.

School-University Partnership to Suffer From UC Budget Funding Cuts
Campus-based outreach programs for underprivileged K-12 students will grapple with heavy funding cuts this year-a result of the recently approved state budget and increased skepticism from legislators on their effectiveness.

Survey Reveals Conservatism Of Younger Generation
Young adults have more conservative views about religion and abortion than their elders, a UC Berkeley study released yesterday stated.


Sports

While Schott Recovers, Hamm Shines
If anyone thought the Cal women's soccer would be 5-1-1 and ranked No. 5 this early in the season, they surely would not have expected that it would be without senior All-American Laura Schott.

Cal Softball Team Honored at White House Reception
Washington, D.C., the White House, the president, the overwhelming feeling of our nation's capital have all become reality.

Men's Golf: Poor Par 5 Play Hampers Cal
In golf, par 5s offer some of the best opportunities for collecting birdies and eagles. But not getting into position for birdies and eagles is about the same as not getting any baserunners in baseball.


Opinion

Reflection of Culture
Maybe magic and meaning have the same beginning. Unexplained gaps, deletions and slips are the things of magic. Maybe meaning too begins here. Or at least the force of narrative.

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