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Anarchy for dummies
Anarchists are people too. They need a place to stay, food to eat and someone to watch their children while they brave the blunt of the Man.

200, 201, 202: All bets are off
Prop 200, Prop 201, Prop 202, Arizona Racetrack Alliance, Colorado River Indian Tribes, Arizona Legislature

Receiver a genuine 'D-light'
It was pure "D-Light" to watch the return of a sophomore wide-out whose performance may have gone unnoticed in Saturday's unmerciful spanking.

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.

Football: The Tree has fallen
ASU team clicked and everything went as planned Saturday in a 65-24 whipping of Stanford in front of 51,443 fans at Sun Devil Stadium.

Soccer: ASU blanks Georgia, Auburn to preserve streak
The Sun Devils have won five straight games by way of shutout. The most recent ones came last weekend when they completed a sweep in Athens, Ga.

Volleyball: ASU upends UA for 500th win
ASU swept the Wildcats in three straight games, 33-31, 30-26, 42-40, in front of a season-high 3,243 fans.

Football: Pac-10 foes light up scoreboard again
Explosive offense plus high scoring equals an ASU-Stanford rivalry. Fortunately for the Sun Devils, the outcome figured on their side Saturday afternoon.

Football: ASU's defense overshadowed
Although 7-1 isn't the score most people associate with Saturday's game against Stanford, it might be the most important one.

Football: Stanford falls victim to bye
Stanford head coach Buddy Teevens learned Saturday afternoon what a difference two games can make.

Volleyball: Escobar receives Pac-10 honor
ASU junior outside hitter Juliana Escobar recieved her first Pac-10 player of the week honor for the week of Sept. 23-Sept. 29.

Escobar tallied her sixth double=double of the year against Arizona with 20 kills and 16 digs. In the upset of rival UA, Escobar made important digs down the stretch to help her team sweep the Wildcats.

Animal safety expo held at town lake
An animal expo at the Tempe Town Lake Beach Park was held this weekend to find homes for stray animals and to educate local pet owners about animal safety.

Bush's Phoenix visit incites protest
Almost 1,500 anti-war demonstrators converged in downtown Phoenix on Friday outside a fundraiser attended by President Bush.

Tempe police add Tasers to arsenal
Tempe Police shot 50,000 volts into a fellow officer during a Taser gun demonstration Friday night.

Police Beat: Man defecates in public
The incidents that Tempe police reported for Friday, including one in which a homeless man is found squatting with his pants down in public.

Classifieds - 9/30/02
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Fashion: Popular Rocket Dogs invade ASU
Rocket Dogs are those big black platform shoes that add about three inches in height to anyone that wears them, which is most of ASU's female population.

University symphony has professional sound
ASU's best-kept secret, the University Symphony Orchestra, unveiled its semester-opening performance to a crowd of more than 600 on Friday night.

Sports bars making changes
Because of the slow economy, Tempe sports bars are making over their images and marketing schemes this football season in hopes of attracting more customers.

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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