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Issue #601 :: Wednesday, October 9, 2002

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Publishing Results: The End of the Beginning for Undergraduate Researchers
Editor's Note: This is the second article in a two-part series exploring the contributions of undergraduate researchers at UC Berkeley. Part one appeared in last Wednesday's paper.

Hopeful Horstmeyer Heads Into Third Season
Cal coach Caren Horstmeyer and the women's basketball team begin practice Oct. 12. She sat down with The Daily Californian to assess the early outlook of her team.

The Weight of Reference
OK, you win. I'm a hack. Not even a first-rate pretender.

Wheeler Protesters Sue Regents, Chancellor
Attorneys for the Wheeler Hall protesters filed a lawsuit late Monday demanding the elimination of key university evidence from the students' judicial hearings.

News

Feature Photo: Caged In


Correction
Misha Leybovich's last name was misspelled in yesterday's article "ASUC Searches for Funds From Grad Assembly."

U.S. Aid Worker Discusses Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Peace negotiations cannot begin between Israelis and Palestinians until Israeli soldiers leave the West Bank and Gaza Strip, said an organizer for an international pro-Palestinian organization on campus Monday.

New Design to Grace Vending Machine Covers
Students who purchase from vending machines on campus will soon have a new aspect added to their drink-buying experience: UC-Berkeley-themed vending machine fronts.

Pre-Emptive Strike Opposed By City Council
The Berkeley City Council joined other Bay Area councils last night when it unanimously passed a resolution opposing a pre-emptive U.S. military intervention in Iraq.

Wheeler Protesters Sue Regents, Chancellor
Attorneys for the Wheeler Hall protesters filed a lawsuit late Monday demanding the elimination of key university evidence from the students' judicial hearings.

News in Brief: Police Cite Alleged Parking Meter Vandals
Three people face vandalism charges after they were caught jamming parking meters in a Northside sting, police said.

State Elections: Proposition Would Fund Low-Income Housing
A proposition on the November ballot could help alleviate Berkeley's homeless problem if passed.

Local Elections: Councilmember Worthington Seeks Re-election in District 7
City Councilmember Kriss Worthington rides his bike swiftly down Bancroft Avenue. It is around 7 p.m., and he has not eaten all day. Panting, he rushes up the stairs to arrive at a meeting.


Sports

Hopeful Horstmeyer Heads Into Third Season
Cal coach Caren Horstmeyer and the women's basketball team begin practice Oct. 12. She sat down with The Daily Californian to assess the early outlook of her team.

Pac-10 Notebook: Cougars Edge Trojans, Lead Pac-10 Standings
Though Pac-10 conference play began two weeks ago, the schedule for this Saturday marks the first full slate of intra-conference matchups. The race for the roses is no longer a stroll-it's a winding, difficult sprint.

Whine Cellar: A Pair of Upsets and A Sad Shutout
It's a sad week here in the Cellar, where we definitely would have left in Chad Bradford. So let's get right to it before I start cursing again.


Opinion

The Weight of Reference
OK, you win. I'm a hack. Not even a first-rate pretender.

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