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Salmon is swimming downstream
On one hand, Salmon campaigns for integrity, honesty, etc. On the other hand, he takes a job peddling his influence to the highest bidders.

'Orange alerts' wasting green
Perhaps stronger focus on the cause of terror attacks would benefit the safety of the American people more than bracing for the next impact.

Whistler to the rescue
Coming off a solid year of national mourning, many people are beginning to wonder if the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse aren't readying themselves for humanity's two-minute warning.

Political Cartoons
Get the political view through the eyes and art of John West.

The Raw Deahl: You're so vain...
It's difficult to ignore all of the taut-and-toned bodies on campus all of the glistening calves, rigid abs and perfectly carved clavicles that seem to cry, "ooh, ahh, look at me and love what you see."

Soccer: Goalkeeper providing consistency
Based on its first seven games, it seems as if the ASU soccer team will have at least one thing constant the rock solid play of Kelly Fitzgerald.

Volleyball: Underrated Sun Devils draw split
Two high-intensity matches were played this past weekend at Wells Fargo Arena, but only one of them went in favor of the ASU volleyball team.

Volleyball: Versatile Smith showing progress
For Jodi Smith, who broke out this past weekend by recording 24 kills in just two games, the past three weeks have been a slow journey of progress.

Soccer: Sun Devils blank San Diego, UNLV
Buoyed by a pair of convincing wins, the ASU soccer team wrapped up a three-game homestand this past weekend with an unblemished record.

Soccer: Bogus, Lane help spark onslaught
In a match last year at San Diego, the Sun Devils were shutout simply because they could not generate much offense. But this season, ASU got to play on its own turf, and the outcome was different. The Sun Devils scored twice Friday night against the Toreros.

Walk around town lake benefits leukemia
During the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's "Light the Night" walk around Tempe Town Lake on Friday night, walkers remember friends and raise money.

Police Beat: Man stuffs shrimp down pants
The criminal incidents that Tempe and ASU police reported for the weekend.

Scottsdale visionary details urban concept
Four decades ago, architect, philosopher and Scottsdale resident Paolo Soleri, had a vision for a new kind of city that would embody eco-friendly, practical architecture.

Freshman program ranks 23rd in nation
ASU's Freshman Year Experience program was listed 23rd in the 2003 U.S. News and World Reports "America's Best Colleges" ranking of first year programs.

Classifieds - 9/23/02
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Photo Fall opens ASU Art Museum
This semester's grand opening of the ASU Art Museum Friday night provided patrons with a more "subjective" point of view.

SDTV program guide
SDTV-Channel 2 program guide

Exploring the underground
The Necronauts is a band that meshes many influences into a sound that is so cohesive, it is able to breathe new life into a music scene that many consider stale.

Sing to shinng sea
In an effort to promote her latest album, Topography, musician Lis Harvey is attempting to play shows in all 50 states in only 60 days.

Wired and wacky
Despite fame and fortune, Larry the Cable Guy is still just a goofy country boy from Florida in search of "the one."

First and Format
Phoenix's new indie favorite The Format on a rise to success, new to the media game and onslaught of attention.

SPM: The Mirror Image
The daily scene at ASU's Student Recreation Center is not one of students trying to get fit, but of barely-dressed men and women in search of love.

West, meet East
ASU's Program for Southeast Asian Studies wants us to take off the red, white and blue-colored glasses and view the countries of Southeast Asia through local eyes.

In motion
Student filmmaker Zachary Yoshioka, whose films have been featured at Tempe Cinemas, is ASU's answer to Steven Soderberg.

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