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OPINIONS
Behind the scenes with an opinion columnist
In place of Tim Agne's weekly column, I, John Turbizzi, am taking his place in order to bring you vital news. Available next Thursday only in hardcover is B.M.O.C. (Big Man Opinion Columnist): The Unauthorized Biography of Tim Agne.

Stop attacking me and my people - stay home
This holiday season, all I can say is that you should keep your misery at home and keep yourself home if you are too senile or angry or idiotic not to attack random service professionals.

Keep affirmative action away from college admission
There is little dispute over the idea that diversity among students is a desirable goal for college campuses to strive toward. The means to that end, however, have been a source of considerable conflict and confusion.

State Press Editorial: Cry for Cards boycott heard loud and clear
The Cardinals owner, Bill Bidwill, has proven to fans for decades that he doesn't care about football and only cares about making money. If Bidwill loses enough money, the NFL will have to intervene and change the organization.

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

SPORTS
Devils set to tame Cougars tonight
The ASU men's basketball team is already faced with one of its biggest games of the year as an undefeated Brigham Young University squad comes to Tempe to face the Sun Devils tonight at Wells Fargo Arena.

Soccer enjoys surprising season
It may have been a tough roller-coaster season for the Sun Devil soccer team, but one can't take anything away from a group of youngsters who poured their heart onto the field for three months.

CAMPUS NEWS
Late-ending semester creates problems for students
With the current semester ending so close to Christmas, many students are finding airline tickets - for a winter vacation or home for the holidays - harder to come by and more expensive.



Traveling for both international and domestic students will be harder this year, as fares offered closer to the holiday rush are more expensive and usually booked further in advance.

ASU leads study on amphibians with $3M grant
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $3 million grant to ASU for three years of study by the Integrated Research Challenges in Environmental Biology program.

Students get ahead during winter break
Even after 15 grueling weeks of the semester, journalism senior Megan Murphy said she would be studying through her holiday break, taking a winter session class for the first time.

Police Beat: Man threatens to shoot woman
The incidents Tempe Police reported Tuesday, including the arrest of a man who kicked a woman, threw her to the ground and threatened to shoot her.

ENTERTAINMENT
Rowland is star of jazz series finale
Jazz musician and world traveler Dennis Rowland is coming to ASU to help keep an original American art form alive.

SDTV program guide
SDTV-Channel 2 program guide

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