The start of a new season

With the women’s 2005 basketball season at hand they seem to already be mentally prepared for this upcoming season. “I want my players to focus on staying together as a team and as a family,” said coach Alicia Berber. Coach Berber has been coaching for a total of seven years now going on eight.

Connelly, most improved player

To master a sport it takes time and dedication. In the end, the person who puts in all the time and effort is going to become the best. Katie Connelly is considered the most improved player on Riverside’s womans’s volleyball team. She is the one who put in the effort to become a better player.

Missions to Mars and back

A Mars rover rolled over six children who made “excellent rocks.” No screaming, all giggles. In order to create an early interest in space and engineering in children, UC Riverside hosted its annual Space Day Oct. 30 presented by Jet Proposal Lab/NASA.

Bookstore stops the sale of gum

Some of you may have looked for the gum in the Bookstore and found yourself winding around every little corner … until someone told you gum was no longer allowed to be sold. The gum was here, and then gone right before the students’ eyes. Or was it? “Only a few students knew about the new policy,” said store employee LaToya Riggins.

Chancellor emeritus

The term emeritus, loosely translated can mean among the best of retired professionals and officials. The best, not loosely translated, means that there has been competition before and a long list of predecessors who have come and went leaving their legacy behind.

Men’s basketball preparing for wins

Spring training is finally over. All that hard work from practice is going pay off on Nov. 9, when the men’s basketball team starts its 2005 season at a tournament held at Mt. San Jacinto College. Leading the team is second year head coach John Smith. He brings to the table 15 years of experience in basketball.

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