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Issue #595 :: Tuesday, October 1, 2002

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Bear's Streak Ends Against Tough Foes
Forget about a Cinderella season. The clock struck midnight.

Sex on Tuesday: After the Goldrush
Mmmmmhmmmm ... ooh, oh oh oh oh yeah ... mmm ... yeah, yeah. YES, right there. Oh! YES YES YES YES YES! Whew! (pause) Uh, so, yeah ... how 'bout them Bears?"

First Protester Hearing Gets Under Way
The first hearing of the 32 Wheeler Hall student protesters failed to reach a final resolution yesterday-a result of time constraints that prevented the defense from questioning some of its witnesses.

Cross Country: Bears Expand Their Horizons at Stanford Invitational
The Cal cross country team can run with the big kids, too.

News

Feature Photo: Chalking for the Cause


Feature Photo: Faster Than Walking


New Administrative Position To Monitor University Research
UC Berkeley officials said they hope a newly created administrative position will enforce the university's research compliance with federal anti-terror policies.

Exam Results Reveal Racial Gap At Berkeley High Schools
Results released yesterday from a state-wide high school examination showed a disparity in Berkeley test scores between ethnic groups.

UC Berkeley Study Sheds New Light on Attention Disorder in Girls
Young girls may be underdiagnosed and afflicted differently by Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder than their male peers, according to a new study published today by UC Berkeley researchers.

Online Archive Brings California Art Collections Closer to Home
Organizers of a UC Berkeley-based online art database have started a two-year experiment that will make visiting California art museums just a mouse-click away.

News in Brief
Woman Falls Victim to Rape in People's Park

First Protester Hearing Gets Under Way
The first hearing of the 32 Wheeler Hall student protesters failed to reach a final resolution yesterday-a result of time constraints that prevented the defense from questioning some of its witnesses.


Sports

Bear's Streak Ends Against Tough Foes
Forget about a Cinderella season. The clock struck midnight.

Cross Country: Bears Expand Their Horizons at Stanford Invitational
The Cal cross country team can run with the big kids, too.

Women's Tennis: Cal Shut Out at Bulldog Classic
Raquel Kops-Jones went back to her hometown of Fresno last weekend to tune up her game for the All-Americans Championships and maybe win a title or two while she was at it.

The Whine Cellar: Let's Pick on Somebody Our Own Age, Please
Great news in the Whine Cellar! Apparently, all three of my readers e-mailed to say the Cellar brought them a modicum of joy and perhaps even laughter!

Athlete of the Week



Opinion

Editorial Art by Deana Sobel


Letters to the Editor
Student Support Strong Enough to Give Katz Victory

High Student Vote Necessary for Political Clout
When reading the September 25, 2002, edition of The Daily Californian, I was disturbed by the constant budget cuts to which the UC system is continuously subjected ("School-University Partnership to Suffer From UC Budget Funding Cuts," Sept. 25).

Sex on Tuesday: After the Goldrush
Mmmmmhmmmm ... ooh, oh oh oh oh yeah ... mmm ... yeah, yeah. YES, right there. Oh! YES YES YES YES YES! Whew! (pause) Uh, so, yeah ... how 'bout them Bears?"

Off the Beat: Maintaining Open Access
The chair of the Committee on Student Conduct reversed a decision to close a hearing to the press yesterday after receiving an appeal from The Daily Californian.

Editorial: Closed Hearing Fails to Hold Committee Accountable
Citing the possibility of disruption, the Committee on Student Conduct decided to close yesterday's hearings of Wheeler demonstrator Roberto Hernandez to the public.

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