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Immigration

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.

Libertarian Party sues ASU over debate

The Arizona Libertarian Party filed a lawsuit on Friday against ASU and the Commission on Presidential Debates to block the Oct. 13 debate at ASU, claiming the event unfairly excludes Libertarian candidate Michael Badnarik.

Badnarik, along with President Bush and Democratic candidate John Kerry, are on the Nov. 2 ballot as presidential candidates in Arizona. Independent candidate Ralph Nader did not secure enough signatures to get on the ballot in Arizona.

ASU tracks Mt. St. Helens' tremors

After watching hurricanes devastate the Florida coast for weeks, national focus turned to Washington, where Mount St. Helens once again coughed to life.

Since Friday, only earthquakes shook the mountain, punctuated by ash and steam explosions, but, according to one ASU geologist, "the big question is whether magma is coming to the surface."

ASU tracks Mt. St. Helens' tremors

After watching hurricanes devastate the Florida coast for weeks, national focus turned to Washington, where Mount St. Helens once again coughed to life.

Since Friday, only earthquakes shook the mountain, punctuated by ash and steam explosions, but, according to one ASU geologist, "the big question is whether magma is coming to the surface."
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SPORTS

Volleyball can't keep with competition in Game 3

On the surface, the ASU volleyball team's two matches over the weekend look quite similar.

The Sun Devils were swept in three sets by both USC and UCLA, and the squad had its best chance to win in Game 2 each time. However, there was a marked difference in the way ASU competed against the Trojans as opposed to the Bruins.
FOOTBALL

Devils immediately focus on Trojans

The ASU football team has prided itself on playing one game at a time this season. But the instant the clock read all zeros at Autzen Stadium in Oregon on Saturday, the Sun Devils' thoughts focused on one thing, the men of Troy.

On Oct. 16, the team will play in arguably its biggest game since the 1997 Rose Bowl when it faces defending national champion USC in Los Angeles. While the game is not for nearly two weeks, the Sun Devils have twice the amount of time to prepare for the Trojans because of a bye week.
OTHER SPORTS

Students audition for 'Sun Devil Insider'

Hitting the field beneath the glow of Sun Devil Stadium or Wells Fargo Arena may be a recurring dream for many students, but the odds are not favorable. This being the case, Fox Sports Net came to campus Thursday and afforded Sun Devils the opportunity to take their place next to ASU athletes in the slightly dimmer light of a video camera.
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