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Summary.     Click for More > Alcohol Banned at Frats, Sororities Palestinian protesters pleaded innocent Pro-Palestinian students rally in protest UC and nurses union reach agreement Charges Dropped Over Israeli Protest  County Superior Court judge dismissed the charges which included interferring with business activity and disturbing the peace Tiny flying robots to aid war, exploration  Engineers, biologists spent 4 years developing the Micromechanical Flying Insect that will one day fly like a fly Union march Strike coincides with first day of classes Lecturers walked off job  The lecturers joined hundreds of clerical workers Wednesday in protest of failure to bargain in good faith Frat party booze ban lifted Student conduct hearings for protesters 4 editors resign from campus paper Former chancellor dead at 67 UC and deaf students settle lawsuit Diversity increase in enrollment Former chancellor Tien remembered Interim law school dean appointed
Pro-Palestinian student conference Sexuality class suspended Power failure shuts campus Withdraw exchange students from Israel Anti-Semitic incidents  Vandals heaved a cinder block through a window of a campus Jewish center. Chancellor to call for calm Dozens Arrested in Anti-Israel Protest
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  Police have arrested 80 people staging a sit-in to protest U.S. military aid to Israel
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Pro-Palestinian student conference  National conference was expected to draw 300 people. It was postponed after Sept. 11 Sexuality class suspended  A male sexuality class has been suspended after lurid extracurricular activities surfaced in the student newspaper Male sexuality class returns Power failure shuts campus  Roar of escaping steam; people were trapped in elevators in 15 buildings, and night classes were canceled Anti-war B. Lee gets warm welcome Million-dollar dinosaur egg Withdraw exchange students from Israel  Jewish Community Federation does not find the decision unreasonable Anti-Semitic incidents


January 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jan.15  University laying off 24 employees
Jan.16  Botanical garden under quarantine
Jan.25  Chancellor to undergo surgery cancer
Jan.30  Clinton delivered speech


February 2002 ... more > Top ^
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Feb.17  Anthropologist, fossil hunter dies
Feb.18  US high-tech security adviser speaks
Feb.20  Vice chancellor dies at 45


March 2002 ... more > Top ^
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April 2002 ... more > Top ^
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  Vandals heaved a cinder block through a window of a campus Jewish center. Chancellor to call for calm
Apr.9 Dozens Arrested in Anti-Israel Protest
  Police have arrested 80 people staging a sit-in to protest U.S. military aid to Israel
Apr.14 Slavery reparations symposium Apr.25 Alcohol Banned at Frats, Sororities  Ban was issued because of fights, alcohol-related accidents, violations of drinking restrictions, and fire code Pro-Palestinian group suspended

May 2002 ... more > Top ^
May.1 Palestinian protesters pleaded innocent  The 79 pro-Palestinian protesters have been charged with one count each of trespassing and disturbing the peace May.2 Pro-Palestinian students rally in protest  Members of a group that was suspended after a sit-in took to the stomping grounds of the Free Speech Movement May.6 Elected to National Academy of Sciences
Pro-Palestine group admonished May.8 Pro-Palestinian student group reinstated May.15 Nurses strike at University of California May.18  Controversy Over Moseley May.20 Palestinian literature class goes forward May.24 UC and nurses union reach agreement  The state's largest nurses union, representing 8,000 registered nurses, withdrew the threat of a planned one-day strike May.26 Carpoolers get UC parking spots May.27 Record number for summer courses May.28 Arrested for allegedly embezzling $250K

June 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jun.4 Faculty join Israel divestment campaign
Jun.8 Charges Dropped Over Israeli Protest
  County Superior Court judge dismissed the charges which included interferring with business activity and disturbing the peace
Jun.13 Team Finds New Planet

July 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jul.27 Tiny flying robots to aid war, exploration
  Engineers, biologists spent 4 years developing the Micromechanical Flying Insect that will one day fly like a fly


August 2002 ... more > Top ^
Aug.1 Grad Killed in Jerusalem Bombing Aug.22 Union march
  Hundreds of lecturers and clerical workers press their demands for better pay Aug.23 Every new student has housing Aug.26 First course taught entirely over WWW Strike coincides with first day of classes
  Hundreds of clerical workers walked off the job and picketed at more than 20 locations around the sprawling campus Aug.28 Lecturers walked off job
  The lecturers joined hundreds of clerical workers Wednesday in protest of failure to bargain in good faith


September 2002 ... more > Top ^
Sep.6 Controversy Over Sept. 11 Observances Sep.12 Forum to explore political air proposal Business School's social responsibility class Sep.16 Frat party booze ban lifted
  Ban lifted, provided the fraternities on campus play by the rules: no hard liquor, only 6 beers or wine coolers per party Sep.18 Islamic scholars gather Sep.22 Biologist wins Lasker Award Sep.26 Trees Cleared to Prevent Wildfire Sep.30 Student conduct hearings for protesters  On April 9 demonstrators occupied a Wheeler Hall during a pro-Palestinian protest

October 2002 ... more > Top ^
Oct.8 Motion against using arrest records
Oct.16 Rally in support of pro-Palestinians Oct.28 Protesters in court to fight hearings Oct.29 4 editors resign from campus paper  A new policy requires editors who miss their 9 p.m. deadline to stay until the paper is sent to the printer Oct.30 Former chancellor dead at 67  Chang-Lin Tien became the first Asian-American to head a major U.S. university in his 7 years as chancellor

November 2002 ... more > Top ^
Nov.4 UC and deaf students settle lawsuit  The university agreed to maintain and improve deaf students' access to programs, services and activities Nov.6 Diversity increase in enrollment  This fall's diversity increase is mainly due to a smaller freshman class than last year's Nov.14 Former chancellor Tien remembered  Family, friends and University students remembered Chang-Lin Tien as a leader with infectious optimism

December 2002 ... more > Top ^
Dec.11 Interim law school dean appointed  University officials have picked longtime professor Robert Berring to fill in as leader of Boalt Hall law school