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A rally-cry for the Regents
The Arizona Board of Regents is meeting Thursday night in the MU, and I'm hella stoked.

Phoenix police are wasting time at sex clubs
In what can only be described as a tremendous waste of valuable time and resources, the City of Phoenix has finally made good on its threat to eliminate the blight of swingers' clubs on the community.

Candidates, turn your heads and cough
I'm looking forward to voting in the upcoming midterm elections, but I've had some trouble establishing what I feel is a good set of criteria for choosing one candidate over another.

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."

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

Mall Rants: Attack on Iraq
Should the U.S. launch an attack against Iraq to oust Hussein?

Football: Karney living up to billing
Casual football fans look for touchdowns, but purists need only to watch ASU junior fullback Mike Karney's bone-jarring blocks to enjoy themselves at Sun Devil Stadium.

Hoops: Evans lands Texas forward
After getting dealt a minor blow in the recruiting wars, Rob Evans atoned for it by winning a major battle.

Volleyball: First weekend of Pac-10 season proves surprising
After a weekend of Pac-10 volleyball, the standings look somewhat different than what the preseason polls indicated.

Football: Williams to make return Saturday
It has been more than five weeks since the last time ASU senior safety Alfred Williams stepped on a football field.

Crow stresses importance of partnership
ASU President Michael Crow discussed his ideas for a successful partnership between the University and the local business community Tuesday morning at a "power breakfast."

Crow names Wilkinson as new senior advisor
ASU President Michael Crow announced Wednesday that Christine Wilkinson, the current vice president for Student Affairs, has been promoted to the position of senior vice president and secretary of the university. Wilkinson will assume her new role beginning Oct.

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Drum circle promotes peace in the Middle East
Drumbeats of peace echoed outside the Memorial Union on Tuesday afternoon when the King David Peace Drummers Army visited, courtesy of Hillel, ASU's Jewish student center.

Mayor dispels light rail concerns
Tempe Mayor Neil Giuliano hosted a forum Tuesday morning where he dispelled rumors that federal funding is in jeopardy for the $900-million Valley light rail transit project.

Buck apologizes to ASASU
Admitting immaturity, Associated Students of ASU Executive Vice President Brian Buck apologized Tuesday in regards to comments he made following his role in a pornographic movie.

Police Beat: Man arrested for burglarizing his former apartment
The criminal incidents that Tempe and ASU police reported for Tuesday.

New alumnae group helps with careers
After being unhappy with ASU's Career Services job placement resources, alumnae Monica Aguirre, Renee Figlietti and Carrie Spagnola decided it was time to make a change.

"Angels" bring edge to Tempe
Though some may believe there's nothing good left in the world, starting on Sept. 26, there will be "Angels in America."

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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