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OPINIONS
Editorial: Suing bin Laden work of lawsuit-loving America
he Associated Press reports that two families of victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks have filed wrongful-death lawsuits against public enemy No. 1: Osama bin Laden.

Opinion: Cloning not so controversial when creating local lookalikes
Jerry Colangelo: Maybe the most influential and respected man in the state, it's not easy to improve on the Valley sports mogul. But the new Jerry would not only be in charge of the Diamondbacks, Suns and Rattlers, he would also play for each team.

Opinion: Whites: society's new oppressed race
It's a white thing. I wouldn't understand. It has been a very tough year being white. Competency has been challenged, from the presidency, to professors on our own campus, to Rush Limbaugh going deaf. I guess the pressure of being white ruptured his eardrums.

Opinion: Show skin, pirate 'Potter' to survive season of spending
t's that time, again. You know ... the time between the Thanksgiving sales and the after-Christmas returns. The time when we pick out something or other for half the people we know, stuff it on the top shelf of a closet and forget to wrap it. The time of year that usually leaves our bank account flashing 'E' for empty.

SPORTS
ASU squeaks past UCR
In a season that has been anything but predictable thus far, it is a safe to bet that the ASU men's basketball team will be pushed to the brink in virtually every game this season.



Even at 4-6, a berth in the playoffs is in the Cards
The Arizona Cardinals have to be considered as a legitimate playoff contender after rattling off back-to-back victories for the first time since winning four consecutive games during the 1999 season.

Hockey takes title at Cumberland tourney
The Sun Devils (14-4-1) traveled to the Cumberland Tournament in Maryland this past weekend and successfully defended their tournament title by defeating Navy 4-2 in the championship game.

Flowers at home for last game; 9 yards short of breaking 1,000
Reaching 1,000 rushing yards was a goal Delvon Flowers set for himself at the beginning of the season, and the senior tailback will likely surpass the total at the Rose Bowl stadium against UCLA Saturday.

CAMPUS NEWS
Giuliano won't run for fifth term
Tempe Mayor Neil Giuliano announced Tuesday that he would not accept a petition to draft him for a fifth term as mayor, nor challenge any Arizona Supreme Court decision regarding his incumbency.

ASU student charged in Ecstasy ring
An ASU student was arrested and charged Tuesday in connection with an Ecstasy ring, the same ring that an ASU professor was believed to be involved in.

Students get techie for charity
About 35 people from two student organizations in the ASU College of Business built computers for the Red Cross and raised about $875 for charity Monday evening.

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.

Interdisciplinary program offered for charter-schools
The program, Leadership for Educational Entrepreneurs (LEE), will combine skills from both the College of Business and the College of Education.



Police Beat
An 18-year-old female student reported that her 1997 Toyota Tacoma was broken into in Structure 5 and her car stereo faceplate with CD/cassette player was stolen.

Classifieds - 11/28/01
Announcements WOMEN'S SELF-DEFENSE - ASU Police Dept. is hosting a free class for training in Rape Aggression Defense. Enhance your desire/ability to defend yourself. Call for dates & info: 965-1972 Apartments 1214 E. ORANGE, Marianna Apts. 1bd & studios. Call for move in specials.

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.

ARCHIVES
Link to 5 years of ASU Web Devil/State Press archives
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