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Shock-jock's offense is a personal issue
Turn on the radio nowadays and you can hear anything from Howard Stern to NPR. But when a radio DJ calls a recently widowed woman and asks her for a date, a line needs to be drawn.

Sun Devils narrowly lose to UNC
On a night when the ASU football team gained more yards than it had all season, missed opportunities prevented it from winning.

Football: Missed opportunities doom Devils
After a grueling game Saturday night against North Carolina in which the lead went back and forth nine times, there was nothing but disbelief. Penalties were abundant and chances that went by the wayside plagued the Sun Devils.

Football: ASU learning ropes during close contests
After a narrow loss to North Carolina at Sun Devil Stadium, there may be more to the Sun Devils and their recent history in close games. Since 2000, ASU has been in nine games decided by 10 points or less. The Sun Devils have won only three of them.

Football: Borders' breakout game sparks UNC
After catching only eight passes for 117 yards in his previous four outings, North Carolina's Chesley Borders redefined the term "breakout game" Saturday night at Sun Devil Stadium.

Soccer: ASU cruises past Lumberjacks
In its highest scoring output of the season, the ASU soccer team made it six wins in a row with a 4-1 victory over NAU on Sunday afternoon at Sun Devil Soccer Stadium.

Volleyball: Devils swept by Cougars in Palouse
The ASU volleyball team had its three-match winning streak snapped Friday night at Washington State when losing in three straight games, 30-17, 30-19, 30-23.

Swimmers gauge progress in season-opening meet
The ASU men's and women's swimming and diving teams won their season-opening meets Friday afternoon. They also lost their season-opening meets.

Blackalicious plays to 300
Approximately 300 students crowded onto Hayden Lawn on Friday to watch the underground hip-hop group Blackalicious.

30th annual Oktoberfest is most successful
An estimated 150,000 people came out to experience German culture this weekend at Tempe's Oktoberfest.

Shooting hoops for charity
ASU's American Marketing Association played in a 3-on-3 basketball tournament Saturday morning to raise $200 for the Welcome to America Project.

Train for children to open in Tempe
A 15-seat children's train will be a permanent attraction at Tempe Town Beach Park beginning Oct. 13.

Campus group hears each other's voices
Ryan Nebeker has had a difficult time trying to find his identity. But the secondary education senior said the Voices of Discovery program has helped him find his true identity.

Hurry Date hooks up singles
Are you a single female seeking a tall, handsome male with a nice smile, sexy body and promising future?

SDTV program guide
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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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