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Issue #618 :: Friday, November 1, 2002

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New Facility Will Offer Multitude of Dining Options
UC Berkeley will open a new and expanded dining facility between Unit 1 and Unit 2-part of a larger plan to expand and diversify meal options, a university official said at Wednesday night's ASUC Senate meeting.

As Seen From Kansas
I'm not sure Berkeley residents really get the horror and fear with which conservatives in the United States view Berkeley. There's only one town that's inspired "Nuke Berkeley" T-shirts, after all.

Twice in Two Weeks?
It is all well and good for David to tag Goliath upside the head from 80 feet. But it takes real cojones to walk up to the big fella when he is rolling in the dirt and break his neck.

Local Elections: Contests for City Offices Headed Into Final Stretch
With a tight mayoral race and key City Council seats up for grabs, Berkeley progressive candidates are making the final haul toward Tuesday's election to hold their faction's narrow majority.

News

New Facility Will Offer Multitude of Dining Options
UC Berkeley will open a new and expanded dining facility between Unit 1 and Unit 2-part of a larger plan to expand and diversify meal options, a university official said at Wednesday night's ASUC Senate meeting.

Local Elections: Contests for City Offices Headed Into Final Stretch
With a tight mayoral race and key City Council seats up for grabs, Berkeley progressive candidates are making the final haul toward Tuesday's election to hold their faction's narrow majority.

Local Elections: Contests for City Offices Headed Into Final Stretch
With just four days left before Election Day 2002, members of Berkeley's "moderate camp" are doing all they can to prepare for the big day, scrambling to gather up those last few votes.

Telegraph Avenue Business Struck by Massive Theft
A throng of teenagers raided a Telegraph Avenue store Tuesday, raising suspicions about a possible connection to a UC Berkeley rally.

News in Brief
Campus Remembers Journalist, Educator

Feature Photo: Dance the Day Away



Sports

Twice in Two Weeks?
It is all well and good for David to tag Goliath upside the head from 80 feet. But it takes real cojones to walk up to the big fella when he is rolling in the dirt and break his neck.

Skidding Bears Slide Into Stifling Stanford Saturday
Coming off consecutive Pac-10 losses, the No. 18 Cal women's soccer team looks to get the monkey off its back with a conference win tomorrow.

Field Hockey Prepares for Postseason
The Cal field hockey team used Stanford as a temporary home in the beginning of the season, playing at Varsity Field Hockey Turf while its own field was being renovated.

Men's Water Polo: Big Splash Set for Saturday, Bears Face Top-Ranked Card
Prominent sinners in Greek mythology found themselves in Tartarus, where goddesses of vengeance called Erinyes kept them from reaching for succulent fruit hanging overhead, just out of their grasp.

Cross Country: Young Bears Prepared for Pac-10 Championships in Pasadena
Practice does not always make perfect, but hopefully it will make high placings.

Sports in Brief: Women Hoop It Up Without Horstmeyer
The good news for fans of the Cal women's basketball team is that 11 letterwinners, including four starters, return to Haas Pavilion this season.


Opinion

As Seen From Kansas
I'm not sure Berkeley residents really get the horror and fear with which conservatives in the United States view Berkeley. There's only one town that's inspired "Nuke Berkeley" T-shirts, after all.

Editorial: Bush Must Re-Examine Effects of War With Iraq
If the United States attacks Iraq, President Bush may change our present war on terror to one of long-term occupation in which the casualties will not only be U.S. soldiers.

Letters to the Editor
Coverage of Proposition 49 Draws Mixed Reactions

Editorial Art


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