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GPSA leaders announce resignations

Two Graduate and Professional Student Association resignations and a $10,000 transfer of presidential debate activity funds are making it unclear what role the association will have in the historic Oct. 13 event.

The debate motions were made at the tail end of a tumultuous special session that saw GPSA President Tracy Chavis and Assembly President Brian Collier announce their resignations.

Boston Dem. motivates volunteers at MU convention

Boston city Councilman Michael Ross visited Tempe on Sunday to show support and boost efforts by volunteers seeking to elect Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry.

At a convention for volunteers in Maricopa County that was held at the Memorial Union, Ross told a group of more than 200 volunteers to "stay the course" as several state and national polls show support for President Bush has increased in the past couple weeks.
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Devils survive wild scare from 'Cats


Christopher Drexel
The ASU Sun Devils celebrate their 30-21 win over Northwestern University on Saturday in Evanston, Ill. (Christopher Drexel/THE STATE PRESS)
EVANSTON, Ill. -- A game against a Big Ten opponent, on the road, across two time zones, in windy weather -- all excuses that senior quarterback Andrew Walter said Sun Devils teams of the past could have folded under, but not this team. Not this day.
VOLLEYBALL

Volleyball earns 2-1 record in home tourney

Forget one foot, the ASU volleyball team was neck deep in the grave on Sunday against Tulane.

Some way, somehow, though, the Sun Devils rallied from a point away from a two-game deficit to defeat the Green Wave, 3-1 in the Tempe Buttes Invitational at Wells Fargo Arena.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

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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