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One less lane, one more pain
If you thought traffic on Mill Avenue was bad enough already, you might be in for a bit of a shock once the current construction project to narrow Mill to one lane wraps up in the next few weeks.

Captain Quiet, he's our hero
Last weekend, Arizona State University students faced a harsh reality: summer was about to end. Screw the autumnal equinox and forget Labor Day, summer ends when classes begin.

'Yellow' pages upset white Jewish community
Another important Muslim institution has refused to recognize Israel's right to exist. In response, Jews are accusing Muslims of widening the already large gap between the two groups.

Lattie's Legacy: A look at Coor's 12 years at the helm
Lattie Coor didn't want the job. Now, thirteen years after accepting the ASU presidency, Coor will leave office and turn over the reigns to Michael Crow. As the 65-year-old Coor prepares to retire, many are singing his praise and calling him the "right president" for ASU over the past 12 years.

ASU volleyball setting high expectations
Although many people aren't giving the Sun Devils much of a chance, head volleyball coach Patti Snyder-Park expects her team to find success.

Golfers stumble in stroke play, don't advance
The summer is a time where collegiate golfers are presented with an opportunity to shine in front of a larger national audience and earn a chance to play with the pros.

Hump Day Hoopla: Ah, the tradition continues
Get to know the fall 2002 sports staff of The State Press.

Cool-headed Christensen not fazed by pressure of spotlight
When you're the starting quarterback, it just seems as though all eyes automatically become focused on you, whether you like it or not. That's the position ASU's Chad Christensen is in.

Hoops signee qualifies for upcoming season
More than nine months after signing with the ASU men's basketball program, 6-foot-6 freshman forward Allen Morill has academically qualified for the upcoming season.

Police Beat
A 29-year-old Phoenix man was arrested for theft at the Petco on 1700 East Guadalupe Road.

Blocked financial aid bill could cut red tape
The project called Upping the Effectiveness of Our Federal Student Aid Programs was proposed to eliminate red tape in the aid process by allowing easier access to financial aid and making loan payments less of a hassle.

Hot list draws attention to ASU
ASU may not be Harvard, but strong academic programs, great campus life and prime location landed the University on the Top 12 Hottest College list in this week's issue of the "Kaplan and Newsweek College Catalog."

City preserves 'A' Mountain
Hayden Butte, commonly called 'A' Mountain, was recently deemed a preserve on Aug. 8 by the Tempe City Council. A resolution established the 27-acre Hayden Butte Preserve, the first preserve for the city.

Mars camera captures mosaic
ASU's Mars Imaging Facility has been busy over the summer taking images of Mars, building mosaics and educating students about Earth's neighboring planet.

Classifieds - 8/28/02
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Buck resignation effort delayed
ASASU's first senate meeting was rumored to feature a call for Executive Vice President Brian Buck's resignation, followed by an attempt to impeach him. Neither of which occurred Tuesday night.

The original Senate agenda did not have anything regarding Buck or the recent ASU pornography scandal.

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