Serving Arizona State University Online Since 1995  Current Issue: Wednesday, October 16, 2002



STUDENT MEDIA LINKS








SEARCH
FEATURES
LINKS

 

 

OPINIONS
Fighting breast cancer and constrictive shoes
I had joked with my friends that I was all about keeping breasts as healthy as possible. Suddenly, that wasn't funny anymore. These women had fought a terrible disease and won.

Not everyone's a terrorist
Instead of spending every waking moment in an effort to hunt down militant cells of al-Qaeda, we should instead be fighting to purge the non-descript term, "terrorism," from our vocabularies.

Radio killed the racism farce
Whenever we become lazy or complacent, anyone who reminds us of our dark past is doing us a great service. We can never be shown too often just how ridiculous and moronic our own hate mongers still are.

Political Cartoon: Iraqi war
Political cartoon by John West

Mall Rants: Brian Buck
ASU students rant on the recent Brian Buck media blitz.

SPORTS
Football: Hudson showing versatility
When the ASU football team has had a leak to plug this season in the secondary, it has relied on the versatility of junior Brett Hudson. When there's been a need to fill, Hudson has risen to the occasion.

Hockey: Ice Devils win pair to improve to 3-1
The ASU men's club ice hockey team displayed speed, razzle-dazzle plays and powerful checking last weekend with a pair of blowout wins over Utah.

Volleyball: Nore was one of the best
The biggest difference between ASU now and when Christy Nore played for the ASU volleyball team is the absence of a big swinger at the outside hitter position.

Res Hall Rivalries puts more people in stands
Sun Devil athletics and residence hall support should go hand in hand. Now there is a program that rewards residence halls for their attendance at ASU sporting events.

CAMPUS NEWS
Hayworth attracts donations with celebrities
Congressional candidate J.D. Hayworth has stepped up fund raising for his re-election campaign by bringing out celebrities such as Rick Schroeder of "NYPD Blue."

Petition circulates to oust ASASU's Bowman
Approximately 10 campus groups, including the Young Democrats and the Progressive Alliance, held a rally outside of the Memorial Union to collect signatures for the removal of student government Activities Vice President Shanna Bowman on Tuesday.

Police Beat: Man tries to make off with CD player
The incidents ASU and Tempe police reported for Tuesday, including the arrest of an 18-year-old Phoenix man who attempted to steal a CD player by putting it in his pants.

ASU East opens new golf facility
With an increasing student love for the game, ASU East is building an estimated $1.7-million, 17-acre golf facility, which is expected to open by fall 2003.

Southwest Airlines CEO tells success story
Southwest Airlines' CEO Jim Parker credited a low-cost business structure, unique programs, and policies supporting employees and customers as Southwest's keys to success, especially after Sept. 11, 2001.

Students testify in hit-and-run case
Multiple ASU students took the stand in South East Superior Court on Tuesday as witnesses in the trial of Mark Torre.



The Phoenix attorney allegedly struck ASU freshman Jessica Woodin with his 2001 black Ford Mustang as she walked across the intersection of Apache Boulevard and McAllister last August.

ENTERTAINMENT
SDTV program guide
SDTV-Channel 2 program guide

Breaking the rules
Raise your hand if you want to see the new college movie starring WB favorites James Van Der Beek and Jessica Biel. Anybody? Anybody? Bueller?

Must-see melodrama
If you thought you had it bad as a kid, think again. The film White Oleander based on the best-selling novel by Janet Fitch will probably make your childhood look like a day at the beach.

Off-key Sopranos
Imagine what will happen when Tony Soprano's son grows up. He will surpass the angst and drama of his teenage existence, moving on to 20-something angst instead.

Their way or the highway
Exit3 has swung through various versions of itself over the past few years, with its five current members hailing from all over the country.

Ghosts of grunge past
In 1992 three longtime friends formed Brad, the Seattle quartet with the solo moniker that has somehow managed to persist in obscurity despite a heap of critical acclaim and its deity-like guitarist.

Stroke man
ASU painting major Paul Booth has carved a colorful niche for himself in the local artist community.

Can't keep a good band down
10 Second Delay has already earned a strong reputation for playing high-intensity shows, although it is difficult for bands like them to find places to play.

The Raw Deahl: Porn and a Buck-et
I felt a little nervous walking down the hall with my bucket of KFC, knowing Brian Buck was in the next room watching Comedy Central's new movie Porn 'n Chicken.

ARCHIVES
Search the State Press and Web Devil archives
Search the State Press, State Press Magazine, and Web Devil archives through 1995.

Search this year's State Press and Web Devil stories
Search State Press, State Press Magazine, and Web Devil stories from Fall 2001 and all of 2002.

Sponsors
RC Helicopters


Copyright 2001-06, ASU Web Devil. All rights reserved. No reprints without permission.

Online Editor In Chief: Jolie McCullough | Online Adviser: Jason Manning | Technical Contact: Jason Wulf

Contact Info | Privacy Policy