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Issue #632 :: Tuesday, November 19, 2002

Top Headlines

Cal Faces Its Toughest Test During Season's Final Week
Contrary to what this publication printed in Monday's addition, the regular season is not over for the Cal volleyball team-not by a long shot.

Sex on Tuesday: When Sex Turns Sour
Let's face it: We love it when things go wrong. That element of danger or just plain insanity can be pretty attractive-just look at the popularity of MTV's "Jackass" if you need more evidence. You may not, however, find the worst case scenarios of sex so appealing, but it's better to be aware of them than to get burned playing with fire later.

Cal Football Team Stays Ineligible for Bowl Game
The NCAA announced yesterday it would uphold the Cal football team's one-year ban from postseason play, ending any chance of the Bears' first bowl game appearance in more than half a decade.

NCAA Upholds Bears' Bowl Ban
The Big Game just got that much bigger.

News

Cal Football Team Stays Ineligible for Bowl Game
The NCAA announced yesterday it would uphold the Cal football team's one-year ban from postseason play, ending any chance of the Bears' first bowl game appearance in more than half a decade.

Council Discusses Response Plan for Terrorist Attacks
Earthquakes, firestorms, mudslides and riots-the city of Berkeley has seen its share of disasters.

Lame Duck Mayor Dean Prepares to Leave Office
Berkeley Mayor Shirley Dean has packed up. Since her defeat to Mayor-elect Tom Bates, she has emptied the office space she held for eight years.

UC Looks for State to Help in Labor Talks
In another of what has become a long series of setbacks, the university said yesterday it will ask the state to intervene in its talks with a key UC union.

Senator Unhappy With FBI Reply to Past Campus Involvement
After calling on the FBI to respond to allegations surrounding its involvement on the UC Berkeley campus during the 1960s, Sen. Dianne Feinstein said she is dissatisfied with the response elicited by her inquiry.

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Feature Photo: Fasting for Farm Animals


Correction
Yesterday's sports headline "Volleyball Pulls Off Win to End Regular Season" was incorrect. There are three games left in the regular season.

ONLINE ONLY: Suspect's Condition Improves Since Being Shot
The condition of a man who was shot and wounded by a Berkeley police officer Friday was upgraded yesterday.

ONLINE ONLY: UC Berkeley Professor Emeritus Dies
UC Berkeley professor emeritus Henry May, an acclaimed scene designer, died Nov. 4 in a Washington, D.C. nursing home. He was 81.

ONLINE ONLY: Active Berkeley Community Member Passes Away
Lucie Thompson Price, an active member of the Berkeley community known for her friendly disposition and kindness, has died. She was 89.

ONLINE ONLY: UC Berkeley Professor Honored for Achievements
A UC Berkeley Asian American studies professor will be honored next year for his contributions as an author and community activist.

ONLINE ONLY: Leonid Meteor Shower Highlights Morning Sky
Early morning astronomy enthusiasts got a chance to witness a once-in-a-century event today-a spectacular show from the annual Leonid meteor shower, which promised to be much clearer than usual this year.

Calendar and Police Log


Breaking News: University Agrees to New Hearings for Wheeler 33
The Wheeler 33 may undergo a radical change in their university hearings, with the expulsion of police report evidence, crucial to the university's case.


Sports

Cal Faces Its Toughest Test During Season's Final Week
Contrary to what this publication printed in Monday's addition, the regular season is not over for the Cal volleyball team-not by a long shot.

NCAA Upholds Bears' Bowl Ban
The Big Game just got that much bigger.

Sports in Brief
Men's Hoops Routs EA Sports at Haas

Athlete of the Week



Opinion

Sex on Tuesday: When Sex Turns Sour
Let's face it: We love it when things go wrong. That element of danger or just plain insanity can be pretty attractive-just look at the popularity of MTV's "Jackass" if you need more evidence. You may not, however, find the worst case scenarios of sex so appealing, but it's better to be aware of them than to get burned playing with fire later.

Editorial: Bates Must Keep Progressive Supermajority in Check
If the Berkeley City Council can learn anything from the Nov. 5 elections, it's that the city's residents are no longer complacent with the progressive-moderate sparring that has defined City Council meetings for the last six years.

Fee Increase Would Compromise UC Accessibility
As representative voices of our respective student bodies, we find your recent editorial in favor of student fee increases extremely short-sighted ("Students Should Accept Possible UC Fee Increase," Nov. 15). As the Nov. 18 UCLA Daily Bruin editorial states, students should not be responsible for funding UC.

Letters to the Editor
The state of affairs in the ASUC is abysmal, to say the least. Illegally closed meetings, fiscal mismanagement and non-debate arguments seem to be par for the course. You'll get no sympathy from me, though, as the disappointing turnout and candidates in the last few ASUC elections show that the only people who take this seriously are the power grabbers and the power claspers who can't not be in charge, despite their lack of qualifications or competence for such positions.

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