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Homeland Security Act cuts basic freedoms
Once again, my opinion of politicians is affirmed. Why is it that politicians are so far removed from the populace they purportedly represent? These people would be enigmas, if not for their incredibly shallow personas.

Costco: the soup kitchen of our own depression
I believe our parents' generation and our own have learned something from the generation of Depression survivors. The evidence: Costco Wholesale.

Six hundred words of idiocy
I am an idiot. Everyone who writes for a newspaper is. The very nature of this job requires newspaper columnists to be morons.

State Press Editorial: Puppy brings pricey smile to one man's face
Who doesn't like puppies? You can't help but smile when you say "puppy." Go ahead, try to say "puppy" without smiling. If you succeeded, you just might be a relative of Hitler.

Letters to the Editor
Responses from State Press readers regarding two columns entitled "Speak no evil about Bush or face his wrath" and "Potter reveals face of the devil."

Political Cartoon: 9/11 Commission
Cartoonist John West's take on Henry Kissinger and the 9/11 commission.

Terrell Suggs named All-American
After setting numerous school and national records, junior defensive end Terrell Suggs was selected as the Pac-10 defensive player of the year and a Football Writers' Association All-American.

Hoops: Devils, Millage return to action after absence
Not even Curtis Millage knew what the exact problem was, but less than two hours remained before ASU's opening exhibition game and the senior guard was told he wouldn't be able to play.

Cross-country season a success
The 2002 cross country program proved to be an interesting sport to follow this year as one outstanding senior in Fasil Bizuneh began his final year in Tempe, and young, fresh faces on the women's team went beyond expectations.

Volleyball achieved goals in final season for coach
When the 2002 ASU volleyball season began, one of the team goals was to make the NCAA tournament and send head coach Patti Snyder-Park off in style. And they will do just that.

Wrestlers split dual-meets against Iowa teams
After dropping their first dual to Nebraska last week, the ASU wrestling team looked to gain some ground on another tough road trip, facing No. 13 Northern Iowa and No. 2 Iowa over the weekend.

Women's hoops upsets Georgia
After defeating four subpar opponents, a young ASU women's basketball team slayed the first giant they've faced this season in the form of no. 14 Georgia on Monday night at Wells Fargo Arena.

Brooklynites, Bostonians break the ice
Brooklyn and Boston working together? The odd pairing began Oct. 31, when owners opened Brooklyn Italian Ices., which shares a wall with the boys from Boston who have turned Slices into one of the hottest pizzeria spots in Tempe.

Smoking petition reaches Council
With 23,000 petition signatures in hand, the Citizens for Fair Non-Smoking Laws approached the Tempe City Council on Monday in hopes of bringing smoking back into local bars.

SDTV program guide
SDTV-Channel 2 program guide

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