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Debate to cause minimal disruption

Security surrounding the Oct. 13 presidential debate at ASU will be tight, but the ASU Academic Senate is trying to keep it from interrupting campus life.

A security fence will surround Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium, and ASU Main will be an area of increased security, said ASU spokeswoman Nancy Neff.

ASU President Michael Crow said that while the University is hoping to keep campus life as normal as possible, other security measures could be implemented by outside groups.

ASU grad helps develop new rum

A former ASU student returned to Arizona last week to promote a type of liquor he said contains a natural aphrodisiac.

Brian Kenny, a 2003 ASU graduate, met with distributors to market Cohete Rum, which he said contains a caffeine-based herb that he said can make you "party harder."

Deceased painter's art still without home

Colorful Cuban artwork waits in storage inside the ASU Art Museum with nowhere to go.

The paintings, which satirically depict contemporary Cuban life, were left behind after Cuban painter Pedro Alvarez allegedly committed suicide Feb. 12.
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Hawkeyes have No. 4 defense in the nation

On a changing college football landscape in which stifling defenses have been replaced by high-powered offenses, Iowa is one of the few constants.

Take a deep breath, and then check out these numbers:
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Hooking it


Andrew Benson
A woman working on Apache at night. (PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY ANDREW BENSON/STATE PRESS MAGAZINE)
Tempe police officer Adrianne Schmidlin flips open a navy blue binder in her patrol car, revealing several pages of Polaroid pictures. She points to one of the pages of plastic-covered photos. These are the women she'll be keeping an eye out for tonight while she cruises Apache Boulevard.
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Haute

New York City. Super models. Serena Williams. It doesn't get any cooler than this. Olympus Fashion Week, which began Sept. 8 and ended Wednesday, is inarguably one of the most thrilling events in New York. Each year, it features the hottest designers from Vera Wang to Ralph Lauren and attracts celebrities like Jennifer Lopez and Serena Williams.
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