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OPINIONS
The magical flying tortilla needs our help
Sun Devil Stadium is cracking down on tortilla throwing. I don't care. I'm going to take a cue from my skater-punk little brother and stand up for a proud and fun tradition.

Taking his prank to the bank
Darryl Kile's death was a tragic loss for the St. Louis Cardinals and for all of baseball and here was some idiot morning DJ hitting on his wife to boost ratings.

God and Allah's royal rumble
With the current perception of the United States in the Middle East, the last thing we need right now is the incomprehensibly narrow-minded ranting of ultra-conservative Christians.

Mall Rants: Flour mill fire
ASU students rant about what should be done with the Hayden Flour Mill after the fire that happened last week.

Political Cartoon: Preemptive strike
A political cartoon by John West

SPORTS
Hoops Hall of Fame player overlooked 40 years ago
Four decades after being on the cusp of greatness, former Sun Devil guard Larry Armstrong will finally get recognition for his countless accomplishments.

Soccer: Leadership void filled with Bogus' stellar play
This girl is for real. Every play, every goal and every effort is 100 percent pure, athletic and on target. Elizabeth Bogus is in a zone.

Football: Suggs creeping closer to sack record
As the most deadly weapon in the ASU football team's arsenal, Terrell Suggs is becoming a legend right before people's eyes.

Wrestling: Grapplers begin preparations for season
Although the regular season is still more than a month away, Sun Devil wrestlers are training with their eyes focused on next week's Sunkist/ASU International Open.

CAMPUS NEWS
Police Beat: Woman belts her teenage daughter
The incidents that Tempe police reported for Tuesday, including one in which a Tempe woman hit her 13-year-old daughter numerous times with a belt.

ASU only Arizona university on best colleges list
In their October issue, Kiplinger's Personal Finance examined 600 public colleges and from that group picked the top 200 based on entrance exam scores of the 2001 freshman class.

ASU president rejects petition
A petition asking for a stance against the discrimination and harassment of threat victims was not signed by President Michael Crow.

ASASU activities VP faces backlash
Activities Vice President Shanna Bowman's alleged plans to accept a free trip has resulted in an effort for her impeachment from office.

Anonymous mental health screenings available today
In one year, 30.7 million Americans are diagnosed with severe mental illness, according to the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill.

ENTERTAINMENT
Esposito helps to modify Phoenix concert scene
Phoenix's Esposito found a suitable home at a local art gallery. Modified, a Phoenix art gallery located on Roosevelt and Third streets, lends itself over to young Valley musicians on the weeknights.

So you wanna be a VJ?
Glamour magazine hosted a VJ contest -- organized by ASASU -- on Hayden Lawn Tuesday. Click inside for a slideshow of the contest.

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.

Mmmm...Beer
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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