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N'ASA and Bass, together at last
American pop idol Lance Bass has hopped into bed with yet another national icon. But this time, it's of the more bureaucratic variety: the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

Super Tuesday for Tempe
That is what it comes down to for most college students – a lack of any desire to become involved politically. Events of a political nature rarely draw a crowd. Unfortunately for students, this lack of interest can really hurt.

Class action 'suits' need tailoring
According to the CDC's findings, in the decades that followed the boom in corporate litigation suits, the number of accidental deaths within the United States has remained virtually unchanged.

Top of the Kee: Crowd sparse at best
School officials could have hung a banner Saturday night from 'A' Mountain proclaiming "Welcome to Sun Devil Stadium, plenty of seats available" during ASU's 38-2 victory over Eastern Washington.

SPORTS
Devils take care of business
The Sun Devil offense proved much more effective than during last week's 38-point season-opening loss at Nebraska by raining 429 total yards on the Division I-AA Eastern Washington Eagles, 242 of which came on the ground.

Football: Trio of tailbacks pace ASU offense in rout
Even though junior tailback Mike Williams again got the start, redshirt freshmen Cornell Canidate and Hakim Hill played major roles Saturday in ASU's 38-2 win over Eastern Washington.

Football: Defensive line dominates in victory
The Sun Devil defense held the Eagles to minus-13 rushing yards. Eastern Washington capitalized on only four of 16 third-down conversions and were forced to punt 10 times.

Football: EWU debut not so glamorous for QB
Seven months after transferring from Tulsa, EWU's Josh Blankenship finally got a taste of what it's like to be a Division I-AA quarterback.

Volleyball: ASU beats alumnae team in heated match
The ASU volleyball team bested the alumnae squad Friday night at Wells Fargo Arena in a match that ranged from friendly to cutthroat.

W Soccer: ASU ties Pepperdine, garners victory at N.M.
The ASU soccer team opened its seventh season in impressive fashion last weekend with a win and a hard-fought tie against a ranked opponent.

CAMPUS NEWS
Mitchell says state support of ASU is vital
Democratic state Senate candidate Harry Mitchell is in strong support of education and is trying to garner votes through ASU students.

ASU researchers move water with light
The bioengineering study conducted by three ASU professors found that water moves when it is sprinkled with photo responsive molecules and exposed to light.

Websites offer cheap alternative to bookstore
Browsing for books has gone beyond local bookstores. Textbook shopping is now available online.

ASU West tries on a traditional college image
In the past three semesters, ASU West's transition to a four-year institution, now admitting freshman and sophomores, has caused an evolution of student culture at the Glendale campus.

Political candidates appeal to students
In an effort to encourage political awareness among ASU students, 18 state candidates assembled their campaigns on Hayden Lawn Friday.

Classifieds - 9/3/02
Notice to our readers: Before responding to any advertisement requesting money be sent or invested, you may wish to investigate the company and offer. The State Press cannot assume responsibility for the validity of the offers advertised in our classified section.

ENTERTAINMENT
Study shows need for arts
The Valley is in need of additional facilities due to the massive amounts of interest being generated through the arts.

SDTV-Channel 2 program guide
Program guide 8/30-9/8

A devoted fan comes clean in her soap opera adventure
ALTHOUGH IT PAINS me to admit it in this public arena, I watch the soap opera "Passions" on a regular basis...

The pulse of Ozzfest
Montreal-based foursome Pulse Ultra released their debut disc, "Headspace," only two months ago, and already they've landed a much coveted spot on the Ozzfest Tour.

More for your mural
The 'No Trespassing' sign stamped on the picture of Hayden Library that adorns the construction wall mural south of Stauffer Hall, is not literal. It's just a humorous accident of art and progress.

The Art Café that could
Students nibbling on bagels while cramming for tests. Getting your daily dose of caffeine along with your daily dose of culture-- just a couple of goals of the new Art Café in the Memorial Union.

Doing Tempe
Everything from pizza and subs, to techno and opera...SPM gives you the master list of places to hit in Tempe.

Jerry's girl
OVER THE PAST half century, the Jerry Lewis annual Muscular Dystrophy Association telethon has become an institution of American television. It's as synonymous with Labor Day weekend as bumper-to-bumper traffic and saying goodbye to your favorite pair of white shoes.

Emily Ayn's new album shows off her grungy side
Although Phoenix has a brooding rock scene, female musicians like Emily Ayn are few and far between.

Beck in the swing of things
"THERE IS A new record that is rapidly approaching, stealthily into the night," Beck Hansen whispered into a sold-out crowd at the Scottsdale Center for the Arts Sunday night...

Art and music in cafés around the Valley
Whether it's food and drink you're in search of, or just a change of scenery, you're sure to find something that will tickle your creative fancy at one of these local hangouts.

The clarinet is sexy?
Anne Watson may have chosen the clarinet 14 years ago out of convenience, but the aspiring musician and Ph.D. candidate has oodles to say about the "sexy" instrument now.

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