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Issue #631 :: Monday, November 18, 2002

Top Headlines

Police Shoot Man in Robbery Bust Operation
Berkeley police shot and wounded a man Friday night outside a South Berkeley beauty parlor while acting on a tip that he planned to rob the establishment at gunpoint.

Third Eye Sighted
A few weeks ago I was told to massage my third eye.

Bears Defy Odds in Loss to Wildcats
You shouldn't win a football game with negative rushing yards.

Sierra Haven May Become Cheap Student Getaway
If you're tired of tests and just need a break before finals, you may be in luck this weekend.

News

Police Shoot Man in Robbery Bust Operation
Berkeley police shot and wounded a man Friday night outside a South Berkeley beauty parlor while acting on a tip that he planned to rob the establishment at gunpoint.

Sierra Haven May Become Cheap Student Getaway
If you're tired of tests and just need a break before finals, you may be in luck this weekend.

Kansas Church's Anti-Gay Rhetoric Met With Silence at Campus Rally
A clash between anti-gay activists and supporters of the Berkeley queer community greeted football fans entering Memorial Stadium Saturday.

Cal Football Urged to Stop Resort Visits
UC Berkeley students and labor activists organized last week, pressuring the Cal Athletics Department to withdraw their contract with the The Claremont Resort & Spa.

Integrative Medicine Conference Sticks UC Berkeley With Alternative Ideas
Human pincushions filled Dwinelle Hall Saturday, needles stuck in their heads, necks, wrists and feet.

Berkeley, Columbia Join Forces in MBA Program
The UC Board of Regents formally approved a business school program Wednesday that organizers hope will give students an extra edge in the corporate world.

News in Brief
AC Transit to Expand Service on 52L Line

Corrections
Friday's article "Landmark Status of UC Theatre To Be Determined by City Council" incorrectly stated that the UC Theatre exhibits films. The theater has not shown a film since March 29, 2001.

NCAA Upholds Cal's Bowl Ban
Earlier today the NCAA Division I Infractions Appeals Committee announced it would uphold the Cal football team's one-year bowl ban.


Sports

Bears Defy Odds in Loss to Wildcats
You shouldn't win a football game with negative rushing yards.

W. Soccer One and Done in NCAA Tourney
The No. 13 Cal women's soccer team went into the playoff weekend looking to play its best soccer of the year.

Cal Watches Pac-10 Title Slip Away
Washington and Oregon State both had scores to settle when they hosted the No. 5 Cal men's soccer team this weekend.

Bears' Overpowering Offense Devours Anteaters
One tiny piranha couldn't eat a cow all by itself, but the destructive power of several hundred piranhas could definitely make a meal of it.

Deacons End Field Hockey's Playoff Run Where it Started
The Cal field hockey team worked all season to be ready to face the nation's best teams in the NCAA tournament.

Volleyball Pulls Off Win to End Regular Season
Someone please find Johnny Cochran. The Cal volleyball team needs to start preparing its case.

M. Hoops Goes to OT in Exhibition Opener
In the season-opening exhibition game against a team sponsored by EA Sports, Cal played like it was part of the latest console hoops game.

Sports in Brief
W. Hoops Makes Short Work of Slovakians


Opinion

Third Eye Sighted
A few weeks ago I was told to massage my third eye.

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