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  Meningitis Concerns After Player's Death  Health officials were trying to calm concerns after a 20-year-old Alisa Lewis died of a bacterial meningitis Officials cutting English language program University gets year extension to run lab Mail mix-up shuts out fellowship applicants Lawrence lab head stepping down  Charles Shank will return to the University after 15 years in the job Kucinich tells crowd he'll win Bay Area vote Stanford knocks off archrival for 21st win  Little scored 16 points to lead Stanford to its school-record 21st straight victory, 69-58 FedEx, UC to jointly fund fellowships  University and FedEx will jointly fund fellowships for students shut out of competing for a Fulbright fellowship Carpenter & Co. to develop hotel Petition to decriminalize prostitution Student dies after night of drinking  It appears Steve Saucedo, 21, was having a drinking contest with a small group of friends Chancellor calls admissions 'unacceptable'  For the first time in 40 years, the University will not be able to accept all eligible in-state freshmen for the fall term Professor Zelnik dies in accident  History professor Reginald Zelnik, 68, who defended Free Speech Movement protesters died in a campus traffic accident Students denounce professor for memo
  Basketball Player Dies of Meningitis


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  A 20-year-old Alisa Lewis earned a scholarship to U.C. Berkeley
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  John Yoo reportedly helped the administration develop the legal framework that led to the abuse of Iraqi prisoners
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  62-year-old is a University of Toronto president. The regents voted 11-1 to pay him a base salary of $390,000 a year


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Aug.21 University ranked as best public in nation  University ranked by U.S.News & World Report

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Sep.1 Swimmer Shows Off Cluster of Medals
  Natalie Coughlin displayed her two golds, two silvers, and one bronze from the Athens Olympics Sep.30 UC signs agreement with Samoa  The University and the Samoan government have agreed to share profits from drugs derived from a rainforest tree

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Oct.1 Bill Gates praises boom in China, India
  Microsoft Chairman weighed in on outsourcing during a speech at the University of California Oct.8 Anniversary of Free Speech Movement
  40 years ago, protesters at the University were hauled off in handcuffs. A rally today was featuring Howard Dean Oct.12 Cal wideout Lyman has surgery  Chase Lyman will miss the rest of the season after undergoing surgery to repair a torn ligament Oct.19 Hacker Hits University Computer
  A computer hacker accessed names and Social Security numbers of about 1.4 million Californians
Oct.26   Gore praises Kerry on environment  Former Vice President said Democratic presidential candidate understood environmental issues better than anyone else Oct.30 Cal blanks No. 20 Arizona State  J.J. Arrington ran for 188 yards and a score, and Cal is beating Arizona 27-0

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Nov.5 Ex-dean chosen as state finance director
  Tom Campbell, 52, the former dean of the Haas School of Business, has been chosen by Schwarzenegger Nov.20 No. 4 Cal routs Stanford 41-6  J.J. Arrington ran for 169 yards to set Cal single-season rushing record and the Bears stays on track for Rose Bowl trip

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Dec.5 Cal Aced Out of Trip to Rose Bowl
  Although the Bears beat Old Miss, the lackluster performance put them in 5th place in the BCS standings




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  Basketball Player Dies of Meningitis




University of California at Berkeley, 2004 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
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Jan.19
  A 20-year-old Alisa Lewis earned a scholarship to U.C. Berkeley
Jan.20   Meningitis Concerns After Player's Death  Health officials were trying to calm concerns after a 20-year-old Alisa Lewis died of a bacterial meningitis Mar.29 Student dies after night of drinking  It appears Steve Saucedo, 21, was having a drinking contest with a small group of friends May.18 Professor Zelnik dies in accident  History professor Reginald Zelnik, 68, who defended Free Speech Movement protesters died in a campus traffic accident



University of California at Berkeley, 2004 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
2004 Jan.28 Officials cutting English language program Jan.31 University gets year extension to run lab Feb.4 Mail mix-up shuts out fellowship applicants Feb.9 Lawrence lab head stepping down  Charles Shank will return to the University after 15 years in the job Mar.5 FedEx, UC to jointly fund fellowships  University and FedEx will jointly fund fellowships for students shut out of competing for a Fulbright fellowship Mar.29 Student dies after night of drinking  It appears Steve Saucedo, 21, was having a drinking contest with a small group of friends Apr.21 Chancellor calls admissions 'unacceptable'  For the first time in 40 years, the University will not be able to accept all eligible in-state freshmen for the fall term May.18 Professor Zelnik dies in accident  History professor Reginald Zelnik, 68, who defended Free Speech Movement protesters died in a campus traffic accident May.22 Students denounce professor for memo
  John Yoo reportedly helped the administration develop the legal framework that led to the abuse of Iraqi prisoners
May.29 Black admissions drop 30%  Possible explanations include higher tuitions as well as publicity over a ruling that tempered affirmative action programs Jul.28 Robert Birgeneau named chancellor
  62-year-old is a University of Toronto president. The regents voted 11-1 to pay him a base salary of $390,000 a year
Aug.21 University ranked as best public in nation  University ranked by U.S.News & World Report Sep.30 UC signs agreement with Samoa  The University and the Samoan government have agreed to share profits from drugs derived from a rainforest tree Oct.19 Hacker Hits University Computer
  A computer hacker accessed names and Social Security numbers of about 1.4 million Californians
Nov.5 Ex-dean chosen as state finance director  Tom Campbell, 52, the former dean of the Haas School of Business, has been chosen by Schwarzenegger



University of California at Berkeley, 2004 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2004 Mar.10 Carpenter & Co. to develop hotel Oct.1 Bill Gates praises boom in China, India  Microsoft Chairman weighed in on outsourcing during a speech at the University of California



University of California at Berkeley, 2004 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2004 Jan.19   Basketball Player Dies of Meningitis
  A 20-year-old Alisa Lewis earned a scholarship to U.C. Berkeley
Feb.14 Stanford knocks off archrival for 21st win  Little scored 16 points to lead Stanford to its school-record 21st straight victory, 69-58 Sep.1 Swimmer Shows Off Cluster of Medals  Natalie Coughlin displayed her two golds, two silvers, and one bronze from the Athens Olympics Oct.12 Cal wideout Lyman has surgery  Chase Lyman will miss the rest of the season after undergoing surgery to repair a torn ligament Oct.30 Cal blanks No. 20 Arizona State  J.J. Arrington ran for 188 yards and a score, and Cal is beating Arizona 27-0 Nov.20 No. 4 Cal routs Stanford 41-6  J.J. Arrington ran for 169 yards to set Cal single-season rushing record and the Bears stays on track for Rose Bowl trip Dec.5 Cal Aced Out of Trip to Rose Bowl
  Although the Bears beat Old Miss, the lackluster performance put them in 5th place in the BCS standings




University of California at Berkeley, 2004 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2004 Oct.19 Hacker Hits University Computer
  A computer hacker accessed names and Social Security numbers of about 1.4 million Californians




University of California at Berkeley, 2004 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2004 Feb.14 Kucinich tells crowd he'll win Bay Area vote Mar.13 Petition to decriminalize prostitution May.22 Students denounce professor for memo
  John Yoo reportedly helped the administration develop the legal framework that led to the abuse of Iraqi prisoners
May.29 Black admissions drop 30%  Possible explanations include higher tuitions as well as publicity over a ruling that tempered affirmative action programs Sep.30 UC signs agreement with Samoa  The University and the Samoan government have agreed to share profits from drugs derived from a rainforest tree Oct.1 Bill Gates praises boom in China, India  Microsoft Chairman weighed in on outsourcing during a speech at the University of California Oct.8 Anniversary of Free Speech Movement  40 years ago, protesters at the University were hauled off in handcuffs. A rally today was featuring Howard Dean Oct.26   Gore praises Kerry on environment  Former Vice President said Democratic presidential candidate understood environmental issues better than anyone else Nov.5 Ex-dean chosen as state finance director  Tom Campbell, 52, the former dean of the Haas School of Business, has been chosen by Schwarzenegger