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Issue #606 :: Wednesday, October 16, 2002

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Xenon ‘Cage' Is a Novel Approach to Studying Changes in Protein Structure
Restricting xenon atoms in cages may ironically liberate drug discovery research to tackle new problems in the future, according to UC Berkeley researchers.

Polo Goalies Put Themselves in Harm's Way
Ever wonder what it feels like to be inside a cage? Try asking a water polo goalkeeper.

Whine Cellar: Cal Men's Soccer Looking Cavalieresque
Welcome to the Whine Cellar, If-I'm-Mailing-It-In-Blame-All-These-Interviews Edition. We in the Cellar are very happy to note that after George's article in this space yesterday, the words "Blow Me" are now allowed in sections besides "Sex on Tuesday."

Off the Beat: Our Fucking Denny's
EL CERRITO, Calif.-There are some things you just don't do. Actions that deserve not the slightest shred of tolerance, especially in Contra Costa County.

News

Feature Photo: Baby Talk on Bancroft


News in Brief: Alleged Burglar Almost Lands in Hot Water
A UC Berkeley fraternity member tried to force his way into a shower at a sorority house during an invasion early Friday, police said.

Local Elections: Candidate Seeks to Boost Student Representation on City Council
UC Berkeley sophomore Micki Weinberg juggles his time between midterms, commission meetings and promoting campus activism-all while campaigning for a Berkeley City Council bid.

Local Elections: Longtime Berkeley Resident Vies For District 8 Council Seat
Gordon Wozniak lived in District 8 as a UC Berkeley graduate student in the 1970s and now wants to represent the district on the Berkeley City Council.

Candidate Calls for University Partnership
Mayoral hopeful Tom Bates called for more faculty and student input in solving the city's infrastructure problems at a packed forum with incumbent Shirley Dean Tuesday night.

Demonstrators Show Support for Strikers
Approximately 60 lecturers and clerical workers marched from Sproul Plaza to the chancellor's office yesterday demanding contracts and showing their support for union members on strike at five other UC campuses.

Campus Community Members Support Anti-War Petition
UC Berkeley professors, faculty and students are adding their John Hancocks to a nationwide petition opposing war in Iraq.


Sports

Polo Goalies Put Themselves in Harm's Way
Ever wonder what it feels like to be inside a cage? Try asking a water polo goalkeeper.

Close Games Pace Pac-10, Stanford Still Struggles
If the first full slate of Pac-10 games is any indication of what the rest of the year will be like, the conference might have to mandate seat belt use for spectators.

Whine Cellar: Cal Men's Soccer Looking Cavalieresque
Welcome to the Whine Cellar, If-I'm-Mailing-It-In-Blame-All-These-Interviews Edition. We in the Cellar are very happy to note that after George's article in this space yesterday, the words "Blow Me" are now allowed in sections besides "Sex on Tuesday."


Opinion

Off the Beat: Our Fucking Denny's
EL CERRITO, Calif.-There are some things you just don't do. Actions that deserve not the slightest shred of tolerance, especially in Contra Costa County.

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