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OPINIONS
Editorial: The one-armed drunken cell- phone user did it!
Reuters reported Monday that "a one-armed drunk driver clutching his mobile phone to his ear as he sped down a city street and jumped a red light has been fined and banned from driving for 18 months."



Opinion: Failing football team not worthy of ASU location
The TSA is now desperately searching for somewhere, anywhere to put the new Arizona Cardinals Stadium now that the FAA has shot down (pun intended) the proposed Tempe site since it may be too dangerous to build a football stadium so close to Sky Harbor Airport.

Opinion: British wimps, condoms wrap up semester
I wanted to write something meaningful, something classy — "An Ode To David Duchovny And His Artfully Tousled Hair," "Manicures, Martinis, And Other Epiphany-like Experiences," or maybe " Why I Am Destined To Move To Massachusetts, Marry A Kennedy, And Own A Miniature Schnauzer Named Fred."

Opinion: Travelers with baby cause for suspicion
Air travel sure is a big old laundry hamper of fun these days. That's what I was thinking as I was removing my clothing in front of hundreds of people at the Denver airport (which is located in Wyoming).



SPORTS
Devils wrap up with split at Stanford, Cal
The ASU volleyball team spent Thanksgiving weekend in Northern California finishing off a disappointing season by splitting a pair of matches with first-place Stanford and California.



ASU 'embarrassed' by fight; still looking forward to UCLA
The Sun Devils had a lot to apologize for after their performance last Friday. Head coach Dirk Koetter made it clear on Monday that, although they will not be playing for a bowl appearance this weekend, Saturday's game at UCLA is still important to the players and coaches.

Men's hoops looking to rebound against Riverside
Most prognosticators would have chalked up ASU's game against UC Riverside as an easy win, but the Sun Devils can't take anything for granted after going on a two-game last week with losses against Portland State and BYU.

Wrestlers open with victory
The No. 11 ASU wrestling team used four pins to down conference rival Cal State Fullerton 40-6 on Sunday in the home opener at Wells Fargo Arena.

ASU tops Richmond at Paradise
The No. 21 ASU women's basketball team earned a 2-1 record at the Paradise Jam Tournament in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands by finishing with a 67-58 victory over Richmond on Monday.

CAMPUS NEWS
ABOR to vote on ceramics center at ASU
Susan Peterson, an internationally known ceramist and ceramics historian, will be donating slides, books, examples of work and letters that will be used in the ceramics archive.



San Pablo dorm completion delayed until year's end
Residential life moved completion of the 125-room hall from the end of November to the end of December, after realizing that the finishing touches to the hall will take longer than expected.

Swedish massages at rec center help students de-stress
With finals just around the corner, the Student Recreation Complex offers students something to help deal with the stress: full-body Swedish massages.



Today
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Police Beat
Tempe police released the following incidents Monday:



• A 39-year-old Mesa woman was arrested for aggravated assault after she stabbed her fiancé with an unknown weapon.

Classifieds - 11/27/01
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Student debt rising; state financial aid slipping
Byron Bjore said it would take a "miracle" to erase the $15,000 to $20,000 in debt he estimates he will have when he graduates from ASU in four years.

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