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Issue #600 :: Tuesday, October 8, 2002

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Bears' Streak Hits Six With Ugly Win
SAN JOSE-Nine days ago, the Cal men's soccer team brought its "A" game to Stanford and came home the winner of the Stanford Invitational.

Sex On Tuesday: Ex-Clamations!

I just read about your writing in today's New York Times ... I look forward to seeing more of your work ...

ASUC Searches For Funds From Grad Assembly
The ASUC Senate may ask the Graduate Assembly for money to pay for ASUC elections dating back to 1999, student government officials said yesterday.

Men's Hoops: Recruit Washington Reneges on Verbal Commitment
Cal basketball fans who remember the Julian Sensley saga are already aware that nothing is for sure in recruiting until the player shows up on the court.

News

Lecturers Help Fill Essential Roles in UC Departments
Lecturers, once part-time teachers in specialty areas, have become a mainstay of many undergraduate departments at UC.

Former Berkeley Researcher Wins Nobel Prize
A former UC Berkeley adjunct professor and founder of a Downtown science institute was awarded yesterday this year's Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.

Berkeley Connects With Sister Cities Across the Globe
From Cuba to Japan, Berkeley diplomats can travel the world without leaving the city-or at least its extended family.

Alameda County Voters Will Head to Electronic Booths
OAKLAND-They're here. Touch-screen voting machines debuted in Alameda County yesterday with the start of absentee voting.

ASUC Searches For Funds From Grad Assembly
The ASUC Senate may ask the Graduate Assembly for money to pay for ASUC elections dating back to 1999, student government officials said yesterday.

Local Attorneys Talk Civil Rights at Boalt Law School
The federal government is violating the civil rights of Middle Eastern immigrants in post-Sept. 11 investigations, said three local attorneys yesterday in a campus forum.

Daily Cal Wins Two National Awards
Daily Californian Staff Writers Sarah Mourra and Eric Ostrem have won top awards for "Story of the Year" at a national college newspaper competition.

News in Brief
Community Center Target of Hate Crime

Feature Photo: In Focus


Correction
Yesterday's article "Showing Up Proves A Key Factor In Mayor's Endorsement Gain" should have stated that Tom Bates does not support rent control as a means to affordable housing, not that he does not support rent control.


Sports

Bears' Streak Hits Six With Ugly Win
SAN JOSE-Nine days ago, the Cal men's soccer team brought its "A" game to Stanford and came home the winner of the Stanford Invitational.

Men's Hoops: Recruit Washington Reneges on Verbal Commitment
Cal basketball fans who remember the Julian Sensley saga are already aware that nothing is for sure in recruiting until the player shows up on the court.

Sports in Brief: Women's Golf Third Following First Round
First came three consecutive victories in the same tournament. Now the Cal women's golf team can start thinking about two consecutive victories to open the season.

Athlete of the Week



Opinion

Editorial Cartoon by Darrin Bell


Sex On Tuesday: Ex-Clamations!

I just read about your writing in today's New York Times ... I look forward to seeing more of your work ...

Editorial: Consideration of Resolution Speaks for City Residents
The Berkeley City Council is being its normal self. It is poised to approve a resolution that would discourage an invasion of Iraq in favor of searching for a diplomatic alternative to war.

Editorial: Students Must Not Be Ignored: Vote in Berkeley
UC Berkeley students are well aware of the value of voting in elections.

Off the Beat: Fields of Dreams
Now that the Oakland A's are out of contention, it's time to focus on what really counts in the first week of October-Nobel Prizes.

Federal Hostility Toward Rights Prompts Action
Do you want U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft peeking into your computer files and e-mails?

Mayor Candidate Misleads Voters About Wife's Accomplishments
It is time to set the record straight! Tom Bates is campaigning around Berkeley claiming that his wife, Loni Hancock, while she was mayor, was responsible for starting the Downtown Arts and Theater District. He says she secured the Vans auto shop building on Addison Street so Berkeley Repertory Theater could expand.

Letters to the Editor
Local Politicians' Anti-War Stances Stir Controversy

White Space