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Let the New Times roll
New Times is an equal-opportunity offender (and defender for that matter). The "Best of Phoenix" issue casually defends that illustrious title.

Tips on how to study, from 'a broad'
By the time you read this, I will be running. Frantically. I'll be tugging Big Bertha, my 100-pound suitcase in too. Speaking in sentence fragments even more incoherent than these.

Cleanliness is 'vote-liness'
Arizona's Clean Elections Act, passed by voters in 1998, is clearly intended to "clean-up" the election process by providing qualified candidates equal funding sans the influence of special interests.

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

Cup o' Joe: Dance 'til ya can't no more
My dancing skills were enough to make the ladies swoon back in the day. The ladies being my mom, grandma, a few cousins and Aunt Sue.

Cross Country: Runners to gauge progress
After a three-week hiatus, the ASU men's and women's cross country teams will compete in their second meet of the season Saturday morning at the Roy Griak Invitational in Minneapolis.

Soccer: Devils hope to continue hot streak
After an impressive home series in which the ASU soccer team nearly doubled its scoring output for the entire season, it will head to Athens, Ga., this weekend for a pair of matches.

Volleyball: ASU banking on emotion
If tonight's match were against any other opponent, the ASU volleyball team would have to find ways to generate enthusiasm and intensity.

Football: Stanford QBs in fight for top spot
Stanford fans learned last week that ASU isn't the only Pac-10 school to undergo a quarterback controversy.

Football: Defense hungry following bye week
A hungry defense and a winning streak on the line can only add up to one goal for ASU as it prepares to host Stanford on Saturday stop the passing game.

Football: ASU gunning for 4th straight victory
The ASU football team will have an opportunity to win its fourth straight game and get some revenge in the process Saturday afternoon when hosting Stanford in the Pac-10 opener.

Rugby club eying playoffs
The ASU men's rugby club has identified this season as being its "best chance" for advancing to the national tournament.

Fighting for their own
When Yaser Alamoodi left the United States to visit his homeland of Saudi Arabia, he never imagined that he would not be allowed back.

Regents hear universities' plan for change
A plan for differentiation among the three major Arizona universities was greeted with support from the Arizona Board of Regents on Thursday.

Playboy ranks ASU No. 1 party school
ASU took the top spot as best party school in the nation, according to a ranking done by Playboy magazine.

Bush visit attracts protesters
When President Bush comes to downtown Phoenix today, protesters from all over the state will be waiting for him.

School gun bans draw fire
You have 15 minutes before your 7:40 a.m. class; you brush your teeth, quickly grab your books, and leave your nickel-plated Colt .45 at home.

Indian law grant helps ASU students
This year, the U.S. Department of Interior's Bureau of Reclamation renewed a $1 million grant for ASU's Indian Legal Programs.

Police Beat: Student assaults resident assistant
The incidents that ASU and Tempe police reported for Thursday.

City council approves delay
The Tempe City Council approved an addendum to delay construction of residential units on the Hayden Ferry Lakeside property Thursday.

ASU offensive takes axe to Cardinal, 65-24
The Sun Devils trashed PAC-10 rival Stanford 65-24 at Sun Devil Stadium on Saturday thanks to five touchdown passes from sophomore quarterback Andrew Walter. ASU is now 4-1 overall.

Pick up Monday's the State Press for complete coverage.

Classifieds - 9/27/02
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Caution: Wet Paint
Every other day, Wet Paint Art Supply and Gallery is just that an art supply store that showcases work from local artists but when the last Friday of the month rolls around, it's a different story.

SDTV program guide
SDTV-Channel 2 program guide

SPM: The Good Spin Doctors
When Steve Kushnir came to Arizona nearly a decade ago, his mission was simple: Find the perfect party.

SPM:: 'Heat' of the Moment
When Kindra Steenerson decided to take on the duties of directing Heat for ASU's Department of Theater, she knew she was in for a challenge.

Healing hands
It's rare that ASU has appreciation for anything affiliated with UA, but the campus club Muralcles has its roots in Wildcat blood.

A 'Vission' all his own
It's said that a good DJ should lead listeners on a journey, controlling every emotion with the flow of a song, every dance move with the break of beat.

The Calabasas Connection
Just a few hundred exits down the westbound I-10 lies a magical land where record contracts seem to fall out of the sky and rock starts roam the same streets as everyday folks.

Partners in punk
Local pop punksters Hello John have only been around for a mere two years, yet they're already starting to sound like a married couple.

Better late than never
Better Than Ezra the New Orleans-based rock group that shot to fame with its single, "Good," nearly a decade ago would like to let you in on something about themselves.

Big city dreams
The young singer/actress who goes by Emma Lorraine will soon be departing ASU's stages for opportunities in New York City.

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