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Student vote is primary concern for USG


Sean Gulley
Political science freshman Alex Pasco volunteers at an ASASU voter registration booth in front of the Memorial Union Tuesday afternoon. The booth is designed to get students to register to vote no matter which political party they are affiliated with.
Registered Republican and fine arts photography junior Bill Bailey had one thing on his mind as he voted in the Tuesday Republican primary -- Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

"I wanted to get rid of Sheriff Joe," Bailey said. "If I can get rid of him this way, I don't have to worry about him in the general election. I think he's cost the taxpayers a lot of money with lawsuits and he doesn't treat the inmates like they're human beings."

DUI task force nets Labor Day crowd

East Valley police agencies shared resources during Labor Day weekend in an effort to sober up the streets.

Roughly 40 ASU, Tempe, Scottsdale, Mesa and Chandler police officers spent their holiday evenings on the road from 7 p.m. to 4 a.m. in an effort to prevent accidents and alcohol-related deaths.
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Hagan happy being the go-to guy


Matt Hinshaw
ASU wide receiver Derek Hagan is taken down by UTEP defensive back Adrian Ward after a completion on Thursday at Sun Devil Stadium.
Derek Hagan was a lot of things in the 2003 college football season, but being consistent was not one of them.

Now an upperclassman, Hagan is the bona fide first option on one of the more potent passing attacks in the NCAA. And the junior wide receiver is determined to gain the one thing he lacked a year ago, as well as set an example for his young peers in the receiving corps.
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Northwestern ready to right its wrongs in home opener against ASU

There's no need for Kleenex and handkerchiefs.

The Northwestern football team isn't having a pity party this week.

Instead, Northwestern coach Randy Walker wants to turn feelings of frustration from a 48-45 double-overtime loss at Texas Christian into reason for motivation heading into Saturday's home opener against ASU.
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