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Editorial: BOOS & BRAVOS
BRAVO to Hollywood. Stars, from Tom Hanks to Will Smith, appeared in a televised telethon last Friday that raised more than $150 million for victims of the Sept. 11 attacks. It was definitely no comparison to the infamous “We Are the World” phenomenon of the ‘80s, but we’re always amazed when something can bring Tom Petty and Celine Dion into the same room. And we applaud fund-raising efforts — even from Hollywood. Another benefit concert of the stars kicks off today in New York.

Opinion: Deceased not political pawns: Remember them respectfully
Hey, kids! Guess what?! Bet you didn’t know it, but the remnants of New York City’s World Trade Center double as chess pieces in many handy situations. Want to learn how to use the pawns yourself? Simply grab your soapbox, grab some catchphrases and make sure the world knows that YOU KNOW why people died on Sept. 11!

Opinion: A broom was his last line of defense
A very important issue that we all need to be concerned about is global warming, and we will get to that shortly, but first we need to discuss the issue of what happened the other night in my kitchen.

Opinion: Letters to the Editor
This is ridiculous. A college campus is the last place a foreign student, or any student for that matter, should be afraid for his or her life. People of all different cultures come to college with one common goal: to better themselves by receiving an education. Educated people do not judge others by what they look like, what they wear, or how “American” they are.

SPORTS
ASU looks to bounce back against reeling Spartans
Both teams have new, energetic coaching staffs. Both teams have plenty of speed and are coming off frustrating road losses.

Tailback gaining yards, attention
He is not the most popular candidate to win the Heisman Trophy and his team is not likely make a bowl appearance, but Deoncé Whitaker could be capable of pulling off the improbable.



The Edge
ASU quarterback Jeff Krohn has thrown for 637 yards on 72 attempts with 44 completions and one interception in the first two games of the year. Krohn is averaging 318.5 passing yards per game, compared to SJSU quarterback Marcus Arroyo with 328 total yards, with an average of 164 passing yards per game.

The Starters
Teams and players

Sun Devils head to Columbus without top gun Reavie
Sophomore Chez Reavie opted not to participate in the 2001 Ping/Golfweek Preview this week because of a nagging injury. Reavie tore a ligament in his wrist just days before the Sun Devils were set to leave for their previous tournament. He felt fine after putting and chipping Monday, but experienced pain when hitting wedge shots Tuesday.



Soccer faces tough test at Kentucky, Furman
The ASU women’s soccer team travels to Kentucky this weekend to participate in what could prove to be a test for the upcoming Pac-10 schedule.

Volleyball takes on No. 5 USC, No. 8 UCLA
After opening the Pac-10 season by splitting a pair of matches with Oregon and Oregon State last weekend, the ASU women's volleyball team takes to the road tonight for a matchup with the No. 5 USC Trojans and the No. 8 UCLA Bruins on Saturday.

San Jose State no cake walk for Devils
At first sight, San Jose State looks like a team the Sun Devils could bully, but the Spartans have the arsenal to give opponents headaches.

CAMPUS NEWS
Missing Muslim student found
Nida Farooqie, a supply chain management junior, was reported missing by her brother when she was actually on her way to Saudi Arabia, where she has lived almost all of her life. She withdrew from all of her classes at ASU.

Groups try to educate campus about Islam
Less than three weeks ago, ASU international students were probably not worried about becoming targets of backlash. Today, they travel in groups after dark for fear that they will become the next victims of what officials are calling hate crimes.

‘Doc’ comes to guide students
Donning a metallic red shirt and a pin-stripe suit, Doc Severinsen, made famous leading Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show Band for 25 years, was introduced Thursday night as a distinguished visiting professor in the school of music for the 2001-2002 school year.

‘A’ Mountain will stay patriotic until October
The “A,” which was due to be whitewashed Thursday, is now scheduled to return to its original gold color Oct. 19 during Family Weekend, marketing senior and SAA spokesman Patrick Dostal said. The SAA is responsible for keeping the Hayden Butte “A” gold.

Today
The Today Section is a daily calendar of events printed as a service to the ASU community. Requests are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis and are printed as space permits. We do not take requests over the phone, via e-mail or fax. Forms may be picked up in the basement of the Matthews Center, where they should be filled out completely and legibly.

Police Beat
Tempe police released these incidents Thursday:



• A 37-year-old Chandler man was arrested for theft after he stole a shirt and pants from an employee break room and bit a security guard’s fingers.

ASU grad living in NY ran from Sept. 11 terror
More than two weeks have passed since ASU graduate Wendy Manwarren witnessed the World Trade Center crumbling to the ground as she ran for her life, not knowing whether she was going to live or die.



Alumnus to teach English in Africa for Peace Corps
A recent ASU grad is about to embark on an adventure of a lifetime by going to Mozambique, Africa, with the Peace Corps. Kolby Granville, who received a degree in secondary education and received a master’s in educational media at ASU, will leave Oct. 23 to instruct schoolteachers on how to better teach English.



Program sets up hotline to help small businesses
To counteract the economic impact of the events of Sept. 11, the Center for the Advancement of Small Business, an organization within the College of Business at ASU, created a small business development hotline.



Gamma Games to benefit Diabetes Foundation
Splish, splash, and some sorority women are one way to raise money for a good cause. This week, Gamma Phi Beta is hosting their annual Gamma Games, which will benefit the Phoenix chapter of the American Diabetes Foundation.

Sun Devils cruise to 53-15 victory over Spartans
The Sun Devils were not gracious hosts Saturday night as they bruised and embarrased the San Jose State Spartans with a 53-15 defeat.

Sun Devils cruise to 53-15 victory over Spartans
The Sun Devils were not gracious hosts Saturday night as they abused and embarrassed the San Jose State Spartans with a 53-15 defeat.

Students rally against hate
ASU students and faculty gathered together on Hayden Lawn Friday afternoon to unite the campus against a common enemy: hate.

College Council recommends Shahbandar impeachment
The executive committee of the College Council of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences voted Wednesday night to recommend the impeachment of Associated Students of ASU senator Oubai Shahbandar.

Sun Devil Stadium security tight this season
Sun Devil Stadium is tightening security this season in an effort to protect football fans from potential danger. Only small purses, cell phones, pagers, clear ziplock bags, flags without poles and sealed water bottles will be allowed inside and they will be subject to search.

ENTERTAINMENT
'Warrior Sisters' gets mixed review
The more I think about the musical 'Warrior Sisters,' the more I can't decide if I enjoyed the show or not. On one hand it is a modern American opera mixing traditional Asian and African music with contemporary jazz. On the other, the story is difficult to follow, even with the program.

CD reviews: Jamiroquai, A Funk Odessey
Jamiroquai is set to release its fifth album Sept.11, and it’s everything you’d expect it to be. The band isn’t going to win any new fans with this release, but anyone who can name one of it’s songs or dug the “Virtual Insanity” video — think moving floor — will find themselves tapping a toe.

Lifestyles: Beat dorm doldrums with room makeover
Dorm life: It can be the foundation of your best college memories or a nightmare that continues for five years. There are some fun items to decorate with that will make your dorm room a great place to come home to.

Othello remake weaves tangled web of plot
Based on the Shakespearean play Othello, O moves the classic tale from the battlefield to the basketball court, using a modern setting and language.

Film Review: Funny ‘Bubble Boy’ still blows
The fast-paced flick, rated PG-13 for crude, sexual humor, follows Jimmy Livingston (Jake Gyllenhaal) as he races across the country to stop his true love from wedding her evil fiance.

Theater arts: Pop opera comes to Gammage
ASU’s Gammage Auditorium is hosting Disney’s off-Broadway production of Aida. Once an opera, Aida has been transformed by composers Elton John and Tim Rice into a pop musical complete with two princesses and the solider for whom they both yearn.

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