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Issue #593 :: Friday, September 27, 2002

Top Headlines

Editorial: UC Outreach Programs Deserve Better State Support
In delivering budget cuts for outreach programs, California legislators often cite UC's responsibility to educate its students as its top priority.

Bears Look to Rebound From First Loss
The Cal football team should be hoping Jason Gesser doesn't have any Willis Reed in him.

Hearings for Wheeler Protesters Closed to Public, Press
Closed hearings will begin Monday for the Wheeler protesters accused of violating UC Berkeley's Student Code of Conduct.

Bears Come up Short in Slugfest
Jason Gesser was bothered by a well-publicized rib injury last week. He must have rehabbed by watching replays of Muhammad Ali-George Foreman, 1974.

News

Feature Photo: A Laugh A Minute


Hearings for Wheeler Protesters Closed to Public, Press
Closed hearings will begin Monday for the Wheeler protesters accused of violating UC Berkeley's Student Code of Conduct.

School Board Yields to Federal Legislation
Berkeley school board members agreed Wednesday night to follow a federal law even though the board had previously passed two resolutions that contradict it.

Campus Protests Absent Despite Possible Strike on Iraq
As President Bush pushes for military intervention in Iraq, the nation moves closer to striking abroad. But unlike last year, no protesters have marched on Sproul Plaza decrying a potential war.

UC Berkeley Receives Federal Grant To Fund Educational Program
Part of President Bush's recent $2.9 billion bioterrorism initiative went to the UC Berkeley School of Public Health yesterday.

News in Brief
Mayoral Candidates to Debate About the Arts


Sports

Bears Look to Rebound From First Loss
The Cal football team should be hoping Jason Gesser doesn't have any Willis Reed in him.

Bolstered Bears Take on East Coast
The rich just get richer, and for the Cal women's soccer team greed is good, baby.

Men's Water Polo: Cal Dives Into Pacific for Third Consecutive Game
The Cal men's water polo team must feel as though it is starring in the water polo version of Groundhog Day.

Field Hockey: Cal Overcomes Hoyas, Weather in Overtime
Hurricane Cal tore through Georgetown at Kehoe Field yesterday afternoon. There were no reported survivors.

Volleyball: Bears Play Two In Beaver State
The Cal volleyball team has every reason to have a glass-half-empty attitude about the Pac-10, after going 3-18 in conference play in 2001.

Men's Soccer: Bears Hold on for Victory in Bay Area Grudge Match
Two to nothing is often called the most dangerous lead in soccer.

Bears Come up Short in Slugfest
Jason Gesser was bothered by a well-publicized rib injury last week. He must have rehabbed by watching replays of Muhammad Ali-George Foreman, 1974.


Opinion

Editorial: UC Outreach Programs Deserve Better State Support
In delivering budget cuts for outreach programs, California legislators often cite UC's responsibility to educate its students as its top priority.

Web Site Supporter Fails to Identify Own Bias
David Singer, co-chair of the Israel Action Committee, gave his endorsement to the Campus Watch Web site in your letters section on Tuesday ("Letters to the Editor: Web Site Necessary to Combat Anti-Israel Bias," Sept. 24). Campus Watch gathers and publishes information on professors who they consider to be politically biased against the United States and its allies, and Israel in particular.

Letters to the Editor
Readers Find Proposition 47 Editorial Informative

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