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Issue #644 :: Tuesday, December 3, 2002

Top Headlines

Braun, Bears Need More Consistency From Tamir
So the Campanile is bigger than the Hoover Tower.

Supreme Court Revisits Affirmative Action
The U.S. Supreme Court announced yesterday it will revisit affirmative action early next year, returning to the issue after a quarter-century hiatus in what could potentially be the final word on the matter of race-based admissions at public universities.

Sex on Tuesday: Instant Messenger of Love
Hello. My name is Teresa and I'm an AOL Instant Messenger addict."

Sports in Brief
Tedford Honored for Cal Awakening

News

Supreme Court Revisits Affirmative Action
The U.S. Supreme Court announced yesterday it will revisit affirmative action early next year, returning to the issue after a quarter-century hiatus in what could potentially be the final word on the matter of race-based admissions at public universities.

Man Charged With Murder in Guard Ambush
OAKLAND-An Oakland man was charged with murder yesterday in the slaying of an armed guard during a November southwest Berkeley ATM heist that didn't even net a penny.

Restaurant Asks Court to Settle Dispute With City
A Berkeley Marina restaurant is asking a federal court to halt the city's move to force it to raise employee wages.

Forum Held to Discuss Hiring of New Boalt Hall Dean
The Boalt Hall School of Law faculty held a forum last night to discuss the nationwide search for the school's new dean.

Voter Turnout Favors Wozniak in District 8
An analysis of voter turnout in the District 8 City Council race nine days ago showed a large disparity in voter participation from precinct to precinct, in a pattern favorable to moderate-backed candidate Gordon Wozniak.

Wheeler Protester to Face Hearing Without Two Attorneys
The university still plans to hold disciplinary hearings for a Wheeler Hall protester Friday, even if it means that two of the three attorneys representing Roberto Hernandez will not be able to attend.

Artists Gather to Raise Funds for Children's Hospital
UC Berkeley is known for inviting some of the premier thinkers and artists of our times to campus. But it's not everyday that a group of them comes together at one time in an effort to benefit pediatric medicine at a local hospital.

The Inside Interview: Arts District Brings Variety to Berkeley Community
Editor's Note: The following is an interview with Mary Ann Merker, the city of Berkeley's civic arts coordinator. This interview was edited for length.

News in Brief: Downtown Bank Loses Cash in Robbery
A man carrying a trench coat, armed with a note, robbed a Downtown bank last night, police said.

Calendar and Police Log



Sports

Braun, Bears Need More Consistency From Tamir
So the Campanile is bigger than the Hoover Tower.

Sports in Brief
Tedford Honored for Cal Awakening

Feature Photo: Men's Water Polo
The Cal men's water polo team celebrates after its 9-8 victory over Pepperdine in the championship game in the MPSF tournament.

Athlete of the Week



Opinion

Editorial: City's Battle Against Sea Scouts Short-Sighted
The city of Berkeley has yet again taken a bold stance on a social issue that has been a national controversy for years.

Sea Scouts Court Decision Reinforces City's Rights
Like the City of San Diego, which provides 18 acres of Balboa Park to the Boy Scouts (nearly free of charge), the city of Berkeley had been providing the Berkeley Sea Scouts free berthing privileges at its city-owned marina.

Class Disruption Parallels April Wheeler Hall Protest
We are writing as concerned UC Berkeley students who wish to alert you to the events of Nov. 25, 2002 and their parallel to the April 9, 2001 protest in Wheeler Hall by the Students for Justice in Palestine.

Editorial Cartoon by Darrin Bell


Letters to the Editor
University Misguided in Possible Disciplinary Action

Sex on Tuesday: Instant Messenger of Love
Hello. My name is Teresa and I'm an AOL Instant Messenger addict."

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