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America: Bigger than our borders


Ben Honingford
Photos Clockwise from top left: Amy Young, Lauren Vasquez, Jacqui Allen, Susan Hall, Joe Rondone. Graphic by Ben Honingford.
For some people, American culture can be summed up by the wholesome trio of mom, baseball and apple pie. For others, it's defined by images of Coca-Cola, Levi's and Britney Spears. There's no doubt, however, that American ideas and products have infiltrated even the most remote corners of the world.

Sun Card manager arrested in Texas

ASU placed the assistant director of its Sun Card Office on administrative leave Tuesday after Texas police arrested him Sunday on charges of allegedly using a concealed video camera to record patrons of a clothing-optional sunbathing park near Austin.

According to Travis County Park Ranger Kurt Neilson, Gilbert resident Dale Witenhafer, 38, was arrested after a patron of Hippie Hollow Park notified rangers that a man was videotaping sunbathers.

Student athlete under investigation

The ASU athletic department, in conjunction with the Pac-10, is in the process of investigating possible NCAA infractions involving a student-athlete.

Ron Barker, the Pac-10 assistant commissioner for enforcement, said he was not able to confirm or deny if the student-athlete in question is Loren Wade, a sophomore tailback who was suspended indefinitely from the football team for violating team rules Saturday.
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Verdon balances family, football


Jimmy Verdon
Photo Courtesy of Jimmy Verdon
ASU defensive lineman Jimmy Verdon with his wife,Frances, at their wedding. The couple has two children.
Jimmy Verdon has many responsibilities.

He is a leader on the ASU football team. He is in his senior year and is expected to make big plays. And he recently changed positions due to a need on his team. But those tasks seem meaningless compared to the other responsibilities in his life, because Verdon, 22, is also a husband and a father.
DEVIL DISH

Devil Dish: Stars not always the answer

The Texas Rangers traded away one of baseball's best players in Alex Rodriguez during the offseason, yet the Rangers have gone from one of the worst teams in baseball to one of the best.

In the NBA, the Utah Jazz lost two sure-fire Hall of Famers in John Stockton and Karl Malone last year and were expected to challenge for an all-time record in futility. Instead, the Jazz almost made the playoffs.
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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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