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Issue #637 :: Friday, November 22, 2002

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Gunman Found Dead After Standoff
A gunman burst into his former West Berkeley workplace yesterday morning and after a six-hour standoff was found dead in the building, police said.

Kill Stanfurd Dead
I don't think it's enough to hate Stanfurd-note correct spelling, jaded eye-rollers-without meaning, without some high, moral imperative. It'd be so easy to hate the junior university across the lousy Dumbarton Bridge for the sake of interesting hatred. Or, even worse, to hate Stanfurd out of envy or spite.

Bears Look to Axe Losing Streak
Bowl ban or not, the Cal football team will be heading to is bigger than the Rose, Fiesta, Sugar and Orange combined.

Surprise Gunfire Kills Armed Guard in ATM Heist
An armed guard was killed and another wounded after being ambushed during a South Berkeley bank heist yesterday afternoon, police said.

News

Gunman Found Dead After Standoff
A gunman burst into his former West Berkeley workplace yesterday morning and after a six-hour standoff was found dead in the building, police said.

Surprise Gunfire Kills Armed Guard in ATM Heist
An armed guard was killed and another wounded after being ambushed during a South Berkeley bank heist yesterday afternoon, police said.

Union to Allow Second Strike
Disgruntled UC Berkeley clerical workers gave union leaders power to organize another strike Wednesday for the second time in only five months.

Scientists Research Plant Cells To Reconstruct the ‘Tree of Life'
Several UC Berkeley researchers are on a mission to complete part of the ultimate jigsaw puzzle-an understanding of how all living things are related to one another.

School Spirit Crests With Big Game on the Horizon
Oski the Bear stepped away from the papier-mâché evergreen tree, raising a triumphant bat in the air amid loud cheers from the crowd.

Big Game Spirit Photos


ONLINE ONLY: Complete Interview with Jack Glaser
Editor's note: The following is the first in a new feature of The Daily Californian, The Inside Interview. Public policy professor Jack Glaser is an expert on political ideology and hate crimes. He speaks here on civil liberties post-Sept. 11.

Policy Expert Addresses Civil Liberties Post-Sept. 11
Editor's note: The following is the first in a new feature of The Daily Californian, The Inside Interview. Public policy professor Jack Glaser is an expert on political ideology and hate crimes. He speaks here on civil liberties post-Sept. 11. This interview has been edited for length. For the full text, please see the complete interview.

News in Brief
Bates Begins Choosing New Staff Members

ONLINE ONLY: 'One' Campaign Unites Campus Ethnic Groups for Week of Activity
Monday morning, UC Berkeley students may have noticed the word "one" written in chalk at various locations around campus-the handiwork of a weeklong campaign by a group known as One.

Undergraduate Instructors Offer Unique Experience With DE-Cal Classes
A stick figure of a plump woman is drawn on the chalkboard next to a land mass. A stake is then drawn through her body, demonstrating her death.

Daily Calendar


Breaking News: Daily Planet Folds
The Berkeley Daily Planet printed its final issue today.

Breaking News: Controversial Date Set for Wheeler 33 Hearing
Hearings for the Wheeler 33 may now be held in the middle of finals and dead week, according to university officials.


Sports

Bears Look to Axe Losing Streak
Bowl ban or not, the Cal football team will be heading to is bigger than the Rose, Fiesta, Sugar and Orange combined.

One Last Chance to Lift The Cal Spirit
The axe hasn't been in Cal's hands since I've been here, and for too many years before.

Hoops' Campaign Opens With Trip to the Pit
Fourteen thousand, two hundred and ninety-three.

Big Splash to Determine Who's Really No. 1
Stanford and Cal have do-si-doed around the top national ranking all season.

Volleyball: Bears Seek Second Win Over Ranked Foe
Big Game. Big Meet. Big Splash. BIG DEAL.

Memory of Late Coach Is Main Motivation
It's the Big Splash 2001 and the stands at StanfUrd AvUry Aquatic Complex, which seats almost 3,000 people, is overflowing with fans.

Sports in Brief
Men's Soccer Garners Bevy of Pac-10 Awards


Opinion

Kill Stanfurd Dead
I don't think it's enough to hate Stanfurd-note correct spelling, jaded eye-rollers-without meaning, without some high, moral imperative. It'd be so easy to hate the junior university across the lousy Dumbarton Bridge for the sake of interesting hatred. Or, even worse, to hate Stanfurd out of envy or spite.

Editorial: It's Been a Long Time, But Not Much Has Changed


Barak Brings Tarnished Record to UC Berkeley
One thing I appreciate about UC Berkeley is the open-mindedness and tolerance toward views that are not welcome in other parts of the country or mainstream media.

Letters to the Editor
Barak Coverage Fails to Provide Accurate Account

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