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Immigration is not a topic you've probably heard much about during this year's presidential election campaign -- at least not from the candidates.
It's not that the candidates lack official positions or that they agree on immigration issues. It's just that, other than Independent candidate Ralph Nader, they'd rather not talk about it.

ASU opens debate lottery for students

Students can enter a drawing to win tickets to the Oct. 13 presidential debate from today until 5 p.m. on Tuesday.

As host of the final presidential debate, ASU will be allocated a small number of tickets for students by the Commission on Presidential Debates.

Foundation's home nearly complete

The ASU Foundation and ASU President Michael Crow are moving in together at University Drive and College Street.

When the $43.5 million, six-story, 140,000-square foot ASU Foundation building is completed in January, it will house the Foundation, a separate, non-profit organization that supports ASU, ASU faculty and administration.

Devils focus on the task at hand: OSU

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Junior linebacker Dale Robinson celebrates after ASU scored its first touchdown of the season against UTEP on Sept. 2 at Sun Devil Stadium. Robinson received Defensive Player of the week after a 30-21 win over Northwestern on Saturday.
To say the Iowa game was sweet for the ASU football team would be an understatement: a packed house; domination on both sides of the ball; revenge for a bad defeat last season.

That win may still be fresh in the minds of ASU's followers, but the game may as well have been a decade ago for the Sun Devils (3-0). Now they are focused on the start of the Pac-10 season and avenging another embarrassing loss when they take on Oregon State (1-2) on Saturday at Sun Devil Stadium.

Devils too much for Beavers

The ASU football team had put up with the Oregon State Beavers all week, but on Saturday night, the Sun Devils decided it was time to shut them up.

While a number of OSU (1-3) players decided to do their trash talking earlier in the week via the media, ASU (4-0) decided to let its play speak for itself as it defeated the Beavers 27-14 before 63,312 fans at Sun Devil Stadium.

Beavers confident heading into Tempe

A little trash talking never hurts, right?

"I think we can go down there and kick their butts again," Oregon State sophomore cornerback Brandon Browner told The Register-Guard earlier this week when asked about his team's chances against No. 22 ASU.

Browner's renewed confidence comes on the heels of a lackluster 17-7 win over New Mexico in which Oregon State hardly looked like the team that pushed then-No. 3 Louisiana State to overtime in the season opener.

Don't I know you?: In a FLASH

Flash operator Charles Adkins. (Photo by Amanda Lee Myers.)
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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