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Say It: A divided display


Andrew Benson
The ideologies from protesters at the Republican National Convention

The voice of dissent echoed through the streets of New York last week. People gathered with an overall "anybody but Bush" sentiment, as the president prepared to accept the Republican nomination for presidency.

People from all over the nation gathered on the streets, unified in purpose but divided by affiliation.

ASU, debate struggle with crowds

A lottery may be the only chance students have to get tickets to the Oct. 13 presidential debate hosted at ASU. The nationally-televised debate will be the third and final one before Election Day, and will be held at Gammage Auditorium - the first in Arizona.
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High school reunion


Matt Hinshaw
Kyle Caldwell and Loren Howard used to spend countless hours together in the weight room at Saguaro High School in Scottsdale. They tossed around dumbbells, barbells, free weights; generally enough steel to make an average high school athlete opt to go home and play video games.
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My space is your space


Amanda Lee Myers
Many Internet surfers have taken to joining myspace.com to find cyber friends. But how genuine can these relationships possibly be? (PHOTO BY AMANDA LEE MYERS/STATE PRESS MAGAZINE)
Ray Ortiz is an Internet whore. As a member of the online community "MySpace," Oritz, has 1,160 "friends," and has posted pictures of himself on the Internet in the hopes of catching the attention of top-notch ladies. Ortiz is just one of many "MySpace whores" -- people who use the Web site, www.
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Election 2004: Tuition trauma

Students are aware of how difficult it can be to pay for college. Expenses stack up one after the other: tuition, books, rent, food, car payments, gas, booze...the list goes on and on. And regardless of grants, scholarships and financial aid available, there's still never enough money to go around.
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