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Issue #614 :: Monday, October 28, 2002

Top Headlines

More Employees Look to Unionize as UC Labor Dispute Drags On
As UC and its lecturer and clerical union members seek an end to their lengthy contract disputes, other employees announced Friday a campaign to unionize.

A Girl Without a Home
If real estate developer Patrick Kennedy didn't exist, Berkeley would have to invent him.

Bears Can't Claw Through Beavers' Defensive Dam
CORVALLIS, Ore.-Say what you will about Cal's performance against Oregon State here, but the Bears knew what was coming.

UC Students Join Rally Against War, Weapons
SAN FRANCISCO-More than 40,000 people, including approximately 100 UC Berkeley students, rallied here Saturday to speak out against a possible war in Iraq.

News

More Employees Look to Unionize as UC Labor Dispute Drags On
As UC and its lecturer and clerical union members seek an end to their lengthy contract disputes, other employees announced Friday a campaign to unionize.

UC Students Join Rally Against War, Weapons
SAN FRANCISCO-More than 40,000 people, including approximately 100 UC Berkeley students, rallied here Saturday to speak out against a possible war in Iraq.

Hundreds Mourn Death of Transgender Youth
NEWARK-Approximately a dozen UC Berkeley students joined a sea of nearly 1,000 somber faces Friday for the funeral of Eddie "Gwen" Araujo, a 17-year-old transgenderist killed earlier this month.

Neighborhood Activists Try to Stunt City's Skyward Approach to Growth
Berkeley voters will decide whether to restrict future building heights in key areas when they vote on Measure P next week.

Feature Photo: Halloween Shopping


News in Brief: Grant Received for Jewish Studies
A new program at UC Berkeley will bring visiting Israeli scholars to teach on campus every year.

Photos From Saturday's Rally in San Francisco



Sports

Bears Can't Claw Through Beavers' Defensive Dam
CORVALLIS, Ore.-Say what you will about Cal's performance against Oregon State here, but the Bears knew what was coming.

Men's Soccer: Tenacious D Leads Cal to Long-Awaited Win Over Stanford
The jury is still out, but the evidence keeps mounting.

Volleyball: Loss Leaves Cal Looking for Answers
It was supposed to be the easy part of the schedule.

Women's Soccer Adds Two L's to Tough Road Season
There are a lot of numbers that go along with being a top-10 team.

Photos From Saturday's Football Game



Opinion

A Girl Without a Home
If real estate developer Patrick Kennedy didn't exist, Berkeley would have to invent him.

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