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OPINIONS
Editorial: Torre should stop stalling, shoulder some responsibility
Signs posted along Apache Boulevard remind drivers to "Slow down, save a life." The loss of life that prompted the signs was that of Jessica Woodin, an ASU freshman killed last August in a hit-and-run car accident on Apache.

Opinion: Justices cannot let beliefs take precedence over law
Decisions that let blacks go to white schools at a time when that was unthinkable, or decisions that gave women the right to choose abortion when many think it is murder. These decisions are the product of the most mystical branch of the U.S. government.



Opinion: Sister's nudity unbelievable to God and family
Journalists lie. It's true. It just so happens that most of us agree not to talk about it so we don't become that conspiracy theorist down the street that gets egged all the time.

Opinion: Asteroid barely misses Earth. See page 64A.
ou can skip this column. I'm sure you have more important things to do. You don't need to waste your valuable time reading about how MILLIONS OF PEOPLE, POSSIBLY INCLUDING YOU, RECENTLY WERE ALMOST KILLED BY A GIANT SPACE ROCK AND THERE ARE MORE COMING AND NOBODY IS DOING ANYTHING ABOUT IT.

SPORTS
Devils find mixed results vs. Huskies
The road will undoubtedly get a lot tougher from here on out for the Sun Devils with a trip to the Los Angeles schools, a date against UA in Tucson and a home series versus the Bay Area schools looming on the horizon.

Lady Devils plagued by horrid shooting from field
The ASU women's basketball team swapped spots with Washington in the Pac-10 standings Saturday after suffering a 68-50 loss at Bank of America Arena in Seattle.



ASU still undefeated after sweeping Vols
The 17th-ranked ASU baseball team welcomed its first ranked opponent to HoHoKam Park this weekend for a three-game series and promptly swept No. 25 Tennessee.

Esposito goes all nine for first time in ASU's 8-1 win
Buoyed by eight ASU runs, five of which came in the fourth inning, the sophomore right-hander went the distance Saturday afternoon at HoHoKam Park in an 8-1 win over Tennessee.

Devils come away with five wins in tournament
The opening weekend of the 2002 season turned out to be a smashing success for the eighth-ranked Sun Devils, who came away victorious in five of six games at the Fiesta Bowl Tournament.

Devils avenge loss with first-ever win
The ASU water polo team began its inaugural season with a splash Saturday upon splitting a doubleheader against Santa Clara at the Mona Plummer Aquatic Center.

Coach honored in ASU's loss to ISU
The No. 11 Sun Devils dropped their third dual meet of the season and second of the year to seventh-ranked Iowa State (15-5) on Sunday, 31-9. ASU (9-3) mustered a mere three wins on the afternoon.

Devils find success at Iowa, NAU
The ASU junior All-American finished in second place, just behind NAU sophomore Ida Nilsson. Her time of 9:16.23 was a personal best, and a new school record. Former Sun Devil Kelly MacDonald set the previous mark of 9:34.56 in 2000.

CAMPUS NEWS
ASU fair helps students land jobs, internships
More than 50 employers ranging from the Arizona Corporation Commission to Victoria's Secret will gather in the Arizona Ballroom of the Memorial Union 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. today to meet and schedule interviews with students.

Students gamble with own startups
Jessica Jordan, a 22-year-old fine arts sophomore, opened Wet Paint at 203 Seventh Street in Tempe, the former location of Binders art store. She bought the store a year and a half ago and said that starting a new business while attending classes wasn't as hard as she first thought.

Judge considers returning hit-run case to grand jury
At a pretrial hearing Friday, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge James Keppel said he may dismiss the hit-and-run case and send it back to the grand jury.

Garden to honor September 11 victims
Patti Munson, who works in career services at ASU, came up with the idea for a rose garden. She had been planning a rose garden with Scott Cisson, acting assistant director of the ASU Arboretum, last spring before the attacks.



Today
Nosotros Magazine will have a table starting at 11 a.m. all this week in front of the Memorial Union by the fountain to recruit new members and sell tickets for the Secreto Concert.

Coor stands firm against new stadium
ASU President Lattie Coor once again rejected a proposal to build the Cardinals' Stadium on ASU land during a press conference held on campus Friday.

Watchdog suggested for Tourism and Sports Authority
If the bill were to pass, it would cap the cost for the Cardinals' football stadium at $331 million, require the TSA to fund spring training and sports funding facilities, and would have the county attorney oversee the TSA's legal counsel.

Police Beat
An 18-year-old Phoenix man was arrested at the intersection of Beck Avenue and Ellis Drive for motor vehicle theft. Police saw the man running from a vehicle with a cracked steering column. The car was reported stolen from Phoenix on Wednesday.

Vietnamese celebrate year of horse
"This is the year of the horse," Vietnamese language instructor Le Pham Thuy-Kim said shortly before the opening of Saturday's Vietnamese lunar year celebrations known as "Tet" at Neeb Hall.



With the stage decorated with yellow flowers known in Vietnam as "hoa

mai," Vietnamese students at ASU displayed a slice of their culture to

friends from different parts of the world with songs, dances and a taste of exotic food.

Channel 2 TV Schedule
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ENTERTAINMENT
2002 Uno's Classic
Although unable to hit all 24 routines, the Sun Devils earned a season-high team total of 195.800, drawing even with Oregon State at the UNO's Classic on Friday night at Wells Fargo Arena. Cal State Fullerton and Southern Utah finished third and fourth with scores of 194.975 and 192.375, respectively.

Music Review
It must be one laugh after the other being a member of Harvette's inner circle. It's obvious the LA-based trio likes poking fun at just about everything, including themselves, as evidenced on the 14-track, self-titled debut.

Student Production Board shines with second play of season
Well, it hasn't exactly been long awaited, considering that the last show ended Jan. 29th and auditions for this one took place on Jan. 23, but "the recently awaited 20th show" lacks that sense of urgency.

Uncovering the truths about nudism takes more than just taking it off.
Faber, along with her husband, three children and parents, run the clothing-optional resort, which is part of the western chapter of the American Association for Nude Recreation (AANR).

Band makes peace with desert dwelling sounds
Sometimes a musician has the ability to capture the essence of a locale; their lyrics and music invoke memories of those who have lived there and intrigue those who have yet to visit.

Chart-rising, Cadillac-rolling, Mest, hits Tempe
When the punk band Mest scored a slot to perform on a side stage during a few Blink 182 shows, the musicians thought of a creative way to lure kids over to watch them play.

Band shifts into full speed with strange, saucy sound
They're Fivespeed. Relatively unique sounding. Amazingly clean for the local scene. Decent. Really decent. They've played with Jimmy Eat World and Chris Cornell's brother, and they're headed for TRL. (OK, so, maybe they're not headed for Totally Retarded Losers isn't that what TRL really stands for?)

Sweet band bleeds life into mangled music scene
For most of its history, Arizona, with Phoenix as its cultural hub, has been to the art and music communities of the world what a second-rate actor is to the orb of great medicine: A joke.

DJ class puts new spin on study time
Welcome to Club DJ Lessons at Scottsdale Community College (SCC). Instructor Rob Wegner hopes this class will introduce an entirely new genre of record mixing as an art, science and business venture.

A (chilly) day in the life of a first-time nudist
"I'll do all the interviews naked!" I proclaimed as people laughed, blushed, shuddered and grinned. They admired my prowess and my willingness to experiment.

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