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The Constitution gets 'the chair'
In America's debate over the death penalty, emotion often overwhelms higher principle.

Bush's message, without all the words
President Bush, who is more often than not thought to be the antichrist around here, is a nice guy.

It's a mall world after all
Going to classes has become an exercise in ignoring hecklers and tripping over beer posters and bonsai trees.

Mall Rants: #1 party school
Students rant about ASU's status of top party school in the nation.

Political Cartoon
Political cartoon by 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: ASU runners show consistency in Minneapolis
Consistency was the key when the ASU cross country teams took to the road this past weekend.

Golfers rebound with 11th-place finish in N.M.
The ASU women's golf team washed away a last-place finish this past weekend with an impressive showing at the 24th annual Comcast/Dick McGuire Invitational.

Hoops: Evans lands Cameroon native
Wilfried Fameni, a senior power forward at Amelia (Va.) Academy, gave a verbal commitment to ASU on Monday.

Former hoops coach to be honored
On the silver anniversary of ASU's first Pac-10 team, men's basketball fans have another reason to remember the legacy of Ned Wulk.

Football: Walter nation's most efficient passer
Andrew Walter was finally named ASU's designated starting quarterback last month and is now the nation's most efficient passer.

Buck meets with Judicial Affairs
Student government Executive Vice President Brian Buck met with ASU Judicial Affairs on Monday to discuss whether he violated the student code of conduct.

Number of reported sex offenses doubles in 2001
The number of forcible sex offenses reported on the ASU Main campus increased 100 percent from 2000 to 2001.

Good turnout at "Voterpalooza"
Free pizza, live music and a dunk tank were all used to lure students to Hayden Lawn on Monday to promote voter participation for the upcoming gubernatorial election.

Cost going down for house construction
With house builders in a constant combat to lower prices and gain homebuyers, reductions in construction costs is a must to stay ahead in the market.

Police Beat: Man pees on bus
The incidents that ASU and Tempe Police reported for Monday, including one in which a homeless man kicks another man and then urinates on a bus.

Life science college approved by Senate
In an effort to generate more revenue and enhance the reputation of ASU's life sciences program, the ASU Academic Senate approved plans for creating a separate life sciences college.

Woman arrested claims force was excessive
The Arizona Civil Liberties Union claims that mounted police charged a crowd of anti-war protesters Friday for "no apparent reason and no provocation."

Gold Bar thriving in new location
After undergoing a controversial move because of landlord problems, Gold Bar Espresso has found a new home

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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