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Another nude tale, minus Buck
Almost every woman at ASU is half clothed... and distressingly so too. Maybe Old Man Winter will fix that.

Get pierced with cavemen
The trend in miniatures fits right in with the current body-piercing phenomenon. A phenomenon, by the way, that is not unique to this generation—or even to this millennium.

Political Cartoon
Political cartoon by John West

Football: Devils go for 5th straight win against UNC
The ASU football team is hoping to continue its momentum against North Carolina on Saturday night after scoring the most points the Pac-10 has seen in 28 years.

Football: Freshman QB's presence still felt
Although the view of the game has changed for ASU's Chad Christensen, his positive outlook and passion for football has not.

Football: Sun Devils set stage in snowstorm
ASU has played 821 games in the 105-year existence of its football program, but not many were more important than the 1970 Peach Bowl.

Soccer: Red hot Sun Devils take on next victim, NAU
In its final preparation before Pac-10 play, the ASU women's soccer team faces off against NAU (3-6-0) this Sunday at Sun Devil Soccer stadium.

Volleyball: Devils hang on to beat Huskies
The Sun Devils emerged victorious over No. 33 Washington in five games, 30-24, 30-28, 27-30, 25-30, 15-13 to extend their winning streak to three.

Tempe cuts 100 jobs
Tempe City Council approved the elimination of 100 city jobs at an issue review session Thursday night.

Congress examines trend in rising tuition, financial aid
The steady increase of college tuition nationwide over the past few years has caused members of congress to examine the trend.

Complaint lands Buck in front of Supreme Court
A complaint has been filed to the ASASU Supreme Court alleging that Buck improperly selected chairpersons for committees.

Police Beat: Homeless man tries to make off with wine
The incidents that ASU and Tempe police reported for Wednesday, including one in which a homeless man tries to steal two bottles of wine from a Safeway.

ASU scientist films afterlife
Many people question if there is an afterlife. For an ASU astronomer, it wasn't a question of "if" but a question of how to get it on film.

Black fraternity steps up to challenge
The Omega Psi Phi fraternity step team is preparing for Saturday afternoon's 2 p.m. Krimson and Kream Klassik Stepshow at Gammage Auditorium.

Studio Gallery 1023 is new forum for photographers
Phoenix has several options for young and aspiring photographers looking to exhibit their work. That is, if they can shell out the cash to make it happen.

SDTV program guide
SDTV-Channel 2 program guide

Truth be told...
The Liars fall somewhere between a harder Fugazi that allows its crowds to mosh and a splash of fellow tour mates Jon Spencer Blues Explosion.

The Ruff Deahl: Oom-paw-paw
I hav just lap-peD my thurd bug of meeer and my tale iz wagging with D-light. Woops. Did my paws slip on the keyboard for a second? Damn these poor excuses for opposable thumbs.

Guerillas in the mist
The Paper Heart Gallery in downtown Phoenix, known for showcasing local cutting-edge art, will unveil its Urban Guerilla exhibit tomorrow night.

A rhythm out of Africa
Tawanda Charumuka didn't skip a beat when he came to ASU from Zimbabwe to study music and play African instruments.

'Good grief' rings true
Chris Boggs never NEVER had a football pulled from the path of his kick or a rain cloud form overhead as he stepped up to bat, but he has experienced many "Charlie Borwn" moments.

As Oktoberfest kicks off in Tempe this weekend, friends are flocking to local breweries for frothy brews rich with flavor beyond the Bud Light experience.

The write path
Jennifer Spiegel is just a semester away from getting her master's degree in Fine Arts and having her first novel published, if everything goes as planned.

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