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Issue #619 :: Monday, November 4, 2002

Top Headlines

Court Refuses to Intervene in Wheeler Hall Hearings
An Alameda County Superior Court judge ruled Wednesday that courts will not interfere with UC Berkeley's hearings regarding the Wheeler Hall protesters until they are concluded.

In Scoreless Tie, M. Soccer Salvages Draw and Season Series
STANFORD-The No. 8 Cal soccer team is catching on to this professionalism thing really fast.

'Let's Push for It'
Last Thursday night, when most people I know were running around the Castro wearing fairy wings and having random body parts groped, I was standing in People's Park watching Hate Man sleep.

Animosity is An Amorous Enterprise for Hate Campers
In a town famous for peace, love and hug-dispensing hippies, the Hate Circle on Sproul Plaza seems out of place. Every night around 8 p.m., "Hate Campers" pound unceasingly on anything that will take the beating.

News

Court Refuses to Intervene in Wheeler Hall Hearings
An Alameda County Superior Court judge ruled Wednesday that courts will not interfere with UC Berkeley's hearings regarding the Wheeler Hall protesters until they are concluded.

Animosity is An Amorous Enterprise for Hate Campers
In a town famous for peace, love and hug-dispensing hippies, the Hate Circle on Sproul Plaza seems out of place. Every night around 8 p.m., "Hate Campers" pound unceasingly on anything that will take the beating.

Arson Displaces Residents, Chars South Berkeley Buildings
A fire that burned three buildings and displaced eight people in South Berkeley Thursday night was set intentionally, police said yesterday.

Students Exude Artistic Flair at Southside Festival
Busy outlining a pair of outstretched hands chalked onto the sidewalk, sophomore Cassandra Funsten added traces of blue and purple-her hands already smudged with dark blotches of chalk.

UC Berkeley to Host Siemens Westinghouse Competition's Western Regional Finals
Aspiring high school scientists from around the country will flock to UC Berkeley this Friday to compete in this year's Siemens Westinghouse Science & Technology Competition's western regional finals.

News in Brief: Money Granted for Mideast Programs
The ASUC Academic Affairs Office received a $15,000 grant from Chancellor Robert Berdahl on Friday to disburse to student groups organizing programs pertaining to the Middle East.

News Analysis: City Politics Key to Understanding Local Races
Republicans may be a distinct minority among Berkeley's electorate, but that doesn't mean the city is without political divisions.

City Council Job Description: Represent the City, Not Run It
When Berkeley voters go to the polls tomorrow, they will vote for mayor and four of the nine City Council members.

Increased Registration May Make Student Votes More Influential
The success of a drive to register student voters may prove to be the deciding factor in tomorrow's city elections.

Student Lobby Stays Heavy, Squeaking Out Votes to the End
After weeks of effort, political student groups have but one more day remaining to sway voters. Each group-armed with a unique game plan-will be pounding the pavement, trying to convince voters whose political vision is best.

Candidates for School Board Seats Face Minefield of a School District
With a $3.9 million deficit in the city's school district, victory in tomorrow's election will only be the first challenge school board candidates face.

How Does It Work?


Feature Photo: Light at the Tunnel's End


Barak to Speak on Campus
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak will speak at UC Berkeley on


Sports

While Not Shutout, W. Soccer Can't Stop Spiral
The No. 18 Cal women's soccer team went into Saturday's game looking to re-establish itself as a presence in the Pac-10.

In Scoreless Tie, M. Soccer Salvages Draw and Season Series
STANFORD-The No. 8 Cal soccer team is catching on to this professionalism thing really fast.

Up Against No. 1, Water Polo Owns Avery Yet Again
STANFORD -Tell the whole damn world this is Bear territory.

Field Hockey Caps Perfect Conference Season
Perfect place. Perfect time. Perfect season.

Volleyball Wishes It Could Turn Back Clocks After Losing Weekend
When the clocks were set back last week for daylight savings, the Cal volleyball team wished it could go back a month instead of an hour.

Sports in Brief
W. Hoops Teams Up in Exhibition Opener


Opinion

'Let's Push for It'
Last Thursday night, when most people I know were running around the Castro wearing fairy wings and having random body parts groped, I was standing in People's Park watching Hate Man sleep.

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