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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.

Debate topic switched to domestic policy

Officials from the George W. Bush and John Kerry election campaigns confirmed Monday that the topic of the third presidential debate, to be held at ASU, will be domestic policy, not foreign policy.

Campaign negotiators James A. Baker, of the Bush campaign, and Vernon Jordan, of the Kerry campaign, released a statement Monday announcing that the Oct. 13 debate at ASU would switch topics with the Sept. 30 debate at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Fla.
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Williams, Ainsworth lead the Pac


Adam Flath
Adam Flath/The State Press

Sophomore kicker Jesse Ainsworth attempts a field goal during Saturday’s football game against Iowa. Ainsworth was named Pac-10 special teams player of the week on Monday.
After a victory like the 44-7 shellacking ASU delivered to Iowa on Saturday, national praise is to be expected.

On Monday, the accolades came pouring in as Sun Devil football players collected two-thirds of the Pac-10's player of the week honors. Junior linebacker Jamar Williams won the conference's defender of the week and sophomore kicker Jesse Ainsworth was named its top special teams performer.
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Haute


Amanda Myers
A man sleeps outside the fashion week tents
(PHOTO BY AMANDA LEE MYERS/STATE PRESS MAGAZINE)
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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