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Editorial: Kids worth higher costs for medicine
It's often argued that America's kids are overmedicated. From birth, some children are pacified with prescription drugs instead of with patience and nurturing care.

Opinion: Office of Homeland Security a waste of taxpayer dollars
The surest, quickest way to waste money is to give it to the government. Local, state and federal governments are all equally adept at burning through tax dollars with little or no measurable effect.

Opinion: 'Morality police' murderers in Saudi school fire
It can hurt to be a girl. In Saudi Arabia, that pain can come in the form of burning flesh or smoke-filled lungs. If you're not properly attired, you might not live to see another day.

Opinion: Legos, Lobster Boy unusual but thought-provoking works of art
Art sucks. Literally. Some recent artistic events are sucking people into discussions about what truly constitutes art, and the art world couldn't be happier about it.

Hump Day Hoopla
As the UA men's basketball team cruises through the NCAA tournament en route to a potential Final Four appearance, the state of Arizona should be on high alert during the coming weeks.

Koetter, Devils searching for answers
With a 13-game schedule that includes five of the first seven at home, the ASU football team has lofty hopes and even higher expectations for the upcoming fall season.

Sheaffer recovers at the plate, still hitting .375 in young season
After heading into last weekend's series against Oklahoma leading the ASU baseball team with a .389 average, Jon Sheaffer's 0-for-5 performance on Friday as leadoff hitter did some damage to his stats.

Former ASU football player joins NFL front office
Former ASU cornerback Mike Haynes was named vice president of player development by the National Football League on Wednesday. Haynes, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the College Football Hall of Fame, will replace Len Burnham.

Academic Senate proposes campus facelift
An Academic Senate committee is proposing major changes and additions to ASU's Master Plan, including the possible inclusion of more residence halls on campus.

Arthur Andersen continues to sponsor ASU tax program
Despite the controversy surrounding Arthur Andersen, the auditing firm's Phoenix branch is still sponsoring an annual ASU volunteer income tax assistance program.

Visitor parking lot torn for new classroom building
The building, slated to open for spring 2004, will provide sorely-needed classrooms and office space by replacing ASU's busiest visitor parking lot, Visitor Lot 8, at Myrtle Avenue and 10th Street.

ASU for Israel is having a meeting and discussion on the Middle East, Israel, U.S. relations, history and current events at 5:30 p.m. at Mills End Espresso at Mill Avenue and Third Street.

Librarians interact online to aid students in research
"We want to bring the librarian to the student," reference librarian Mimmo Bonanni said. Bonanni is one of 15 current ASU librarians who will oversee the inquiries in the chat room.

Police Beat
A 54-year-old Tempe woman was arrested for assault in the 1000 block of East Carson Drive. Police saw the woman scratching and pinching her husband on the cheek and chin.

ASU celebrates women's history all month long
Campus conferences, lectures and festivals celebrate not only National Women's History Month but aid in increasing awareness of issues facing women the world over.

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