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Vigil held for student

Friends of an ASU student who died in a traffic accident are working to establish a scholarship in his name at his former high school. ASU engineering freshman Michael Scott, 19, was killed Saturday night when a suspected drunken driver crashed into his Plymouth Valiant after running a red light at the intersection of Thomas and Granite Reef roads in Scottsdale.

ASU Foundation's absence from meeting irks lawmakers

State lawmakers were frustrated Tuesday when ASU Foundation members failed to show up at a legislative hearing to discuss a $300 million research center, and they might have to wait a little longer. ASU Foundation members were supposed to answer questions about the University's plan to build a multi-million dollar research center in Scottsdale.
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Volleyball opens Pac-10 play tonight


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Freshman middle blocker Kristin Trayser goes for a bump on Sept. 9 at practice. Trayser is one of seven freshmen who will be competling in their first Pac-10 match tonight.
Conventional wisdom says the ASU volleyball team cannot compete with California.

The Golden Bears advanced to the 16th round in last year's NCAA Tournament, and the team is currently ranked 16th in the nation.

However, 'conventional wisdom' does not play the matches, the players do. And Sun Devil coach Brad Saindon thinks that ASU has a legitimate shot at knocking off the Golden Bears tonight in Berkeley, Calif., in the teams' Pac-10 opener.
FOOTBALL

Beavers bounce back from Boise, ready for ASU

Don't look now, but Oregon State's defense has its swagger back.

That's downright scary. Just ask Louisiana State head coach Nick Saban.

The Beavers didn't allow a defensive touchdown last week against New Mexico, eight days after they were scorched for 492 yards total offense in a demoralizing 53-34 loss at Boise State.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Nine. Eleven. Two thousand four.


New York City firefighters line up for the ceremony recognizing the victims of Sept. 11, 2001.
It is 3 a.m. on a Saturday in New York City. I rub the sleep out of my eyes and gaze out of a taxi's window, watching what's left of the Friday night revelers. Couples kiss and fondle each other in phone booths, groups of beautiful women sway their hips and giggle, and single men watch them as they stagger home.
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Don't I know you?: In a FLASH

Sometimes you have to test the limits. In my 30-minute break between KIN 105: Ultimate Frisbee and ENG 352: Short Story, I need to read 20 pages and traverse campus. I have to make it from my ultimate frisbee class near the Student Recreation Center to my short story class on the northwest side of campus.
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