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OPINIONS
West Valley living is in the 'Cards'
The new, high-tech Cardinals stadium is planned to be built in Glendale, where new businesses, but not necessarily fans, are sure to turn up.

Mall Rants
ASU students let loose their feelings about Mill Avenue being reduced to one lane.

'Attaq' would be premature
The "you're-either-with-us-or-against-us" mentality of post-Sept. 11 has been reflected in Bush's baffling disregard for international consensus.

Sir Mix-A-Lot's Anaconda is pleased
New York City plastic surgeon David Ostad has finally developed a procedure that allows everyone to meet the high standard Sir Mix-a-Lot sets out in his magnum opus. He's giving people butt implants.

SPORTS
Baseball: Bloomquist gets call to majors
All-American Willie Bloomquist, a shortstop and outfielder who played at ASU from 1997-99, was called up from the Triple-A Tacoma Rainiers to join the Seattle Mariners as part of the September roster expansion.

Men's Hoops: Devils looking for more magic
ASU head coach Rob Evans will rely on senior forward Tommy Smith, senior guard Curtis Millage and several highly touted newcomers for this year's invitational.

Cross country: Schedule designed to prepare
The Sun Devils plan on putting a strong finish from last year to good use. They are counting on a schedule that will pay big dividends and will help carry them to another successful season.

Football: Koetter praises defense for play versus Nebraska, EWU
While each of the football team's games have been lopsided this season, with the latter being in ASU's favor, head coach Dirk Koetter said the defense has played well in both.

CAMPUS NEWS
Fiesta Bowl queen chosen
After five grueling months of competition among 200 potential candidates, the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl queen was crowned Friday night.

Computing Commons charges anger students
Students have been cutting back on printing since charges were implemented, 8 cents per black and white sheet and $1.00 per colored sheet, for all pages printed on campus printers.

Hayden Ferry Lakeside nears completion
With its first phase completed in July, Hayden Ferry Lakeside, a multi-purpose development area, is almost 50 percent occupied.

Porn incident incites need for ASASU code of conduct
A code of conduct for the Associated Students of ASU is in the primary stages of construction, stemming from ASASU Executive Vice President Brian Buck's recent involvement in a pornographic film.

Athlete's arrest sparks code of conduct change
Since a student-athlete was charged with disorderly conduct with a weapon, ASU has revised its current Student-athlete Code of Conduct to include a section with stipulations pertaining to weapons.

Police Beat: A student committed aggravated assault against a fellow resident in Palo Verde West
Both people involved had been drinking together at a fraternity party. The victim was reportedly confronting him after the other student had been calling him "BJ," for "blowjob," all night.

Theta Chi receives one year suspension
The Theta Chi fraternity received a one year suspension and two years of disciplinary probation from ASU officials for their involvement in the Shane's World porno movie which was filmed on campus last year.



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ENTERTAINMENT
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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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