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OPINIONS
Editorial: Heed terrorism warnings but still live your life
On Tuesday, Attorney General John Ashcroft told Americans to be on high alert because of information the FBI gleaned from interviews with detainees in Cuba and Afghanistan.

Opinion: Death penalty system flawed
Let me set the record straight. I am absolutely and utterly against the killing of innocent people. Hopefully you are too, and if you aren't, please locate the nearest police station immediately and let the police know, because you frighten me.



Opinion: Parents need to do their part for children's literacy
Ask an 8-year-old about Harry Potter and she'll probably give you the plot of each book in the series. Ask a 4-year-old and she'll tell you about the movie.

Opinion: Letters to the Editor
n response to Engler's column concerning bike safety and education: She is missing the point of the issue entirely. Being someone who rides my bike 26 miles to and from ASU at least twice a week, I see all kinds of bike riders along the road.

Sigma Nu member responds to hazing allegations
Brian Laesch, a broadcasting junior, and Sigma Nu member, submitted this response to the Web Devil Feb. 6 and asked that it be published.

SPORTS
ASU soars as high as No. 5 in rankings
The Sun Devils, who were ranked No. 17 in the Baseball Weekly/ESPN Top 25 Coaches' Poll last week, soared to the No. 5 position. The 12-spot jump is the largest by head coach Pat Murphy's team since 1998.

Storey out at least two weeks with eye injury
The ASU men's basketball team was already facing hardships with sophomore swingman Kenny Crandall sidelined until late February, but things got a lot rougher earlier this week.

Sun Devil Sports Spotlight
The ASU gymnastics team was finally reunited with one of its biggest contributors last Friday night when Laura Moon made her 2002 season debut at the UNO's Classic.

Hump Day Hoopla
In his first full year as managing partner of the Phoenix Coyotes, Wayne Gretzky's focus will be temporarily diverted from America West Arena to the E Center in West Valley City, Utah during a 12-day Winter Olympic break.

ASU soccer stars turn pro
One was perched in front of her computer, anxiously watching. The other was attending a 7:40 a.m. class, aware of what was going on, but unsure it would even concern her.

CAMPUS NEWS
Greek hazing on decline in recent years
Despite recent hazing allegations against ASU's Sigma Nu chapter, cries of Greek misconduct on campus are far more quiet than ten years ago.

Judge drops charges in ASU hit-run case
The case of an ASU alumnus accused of killing an ASU freshman in a hit-and-run car accident was dismissed Tuesday and sent back to a grand jury.

ASASU repeal bill passes 19-2
The debate was heated at the ASASU meeting as Bill 57 was put in front of the Senate for the second time to determine its fate. The bill received 19 votes in favor.

West IT director earns national fellowship
An ASU West faculty member is one of two recipients in the United States to be selected as a 2002 fellow by the National Learning Infrastructure Initiative.

House passes bill to cut pay raises
The Legislature moved a step closer to resolving the budget crisis Tuesday, but the solution may be at the expense of pay raises for state employees.

Today
Hispanic Business Students Association is having a Target 4.0 luncheon at noon in the MU, Room 203. Speaker is Janet Napolitano, Arizona attorney general. Free food will be served.



Speaker: Valley not able to compete in tech arena
Speaking to a crowd of almost 30 law students and faculty, an Arizona Republic technology columnist discussed reasons why the Valley is not technologically competitive.

Police Beat
A 42-year-old Tempe man was arrested for assault in the 1400 block of North El Camino Drive. He allegedly pushed his ex-girlfriend on the floor during an argument.

Attorney general to speak at ASU business luncheon
Arizona Attorney General Janet Napolitano will visit ASU today to address the Hispanic Business Students Association. Napolitano will comment on her career and the Arizona business community at a lecture and luncheon.

Online Valentine's Day
Forget the traditional Valentine's Day flowers and chocolates. There is a much more modern way of telling someone you love them.

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ENTERTAINMENT
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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