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Baghdad: Uncensored


David Lukens
David Lukens/THE STATE PRESS

An improvised explosive device, an IED, went off around 8 a.m., 100 meters from my hotel. It was targeted at a U.S. communications convoy of four Humvees; the only person who died was Akmed, a 34 year-old Iraqi riding his bicycle to work.
I was photographing in Iraq during Christmas break for more than a month. It was dangerous then. I cannot even fathom how treacherous the present situation is now. Since the inception of the war in Iraq, 568 days ago, 1,065 U.S. soldiers have been killed. That is practically two dead Americans every day.

ASU using debate to market University

Whenever and wherever the nation's eyes focus on Tempe for the Oct. 13 presidential debate, ASU's logo will be waiting.

In addition to signage around campus, including Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium and Wells Fargo Arena, the University plans to sell its image in any way it can.

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."

USG condemns window policy

The Undergraduate Student Government denounced a Residential Life window policy banning signs in dorm windows Wednesday night.

The resolution was approved with minimal opposition.

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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Women's golf gets first team victory in 4 years

ASU women's head golf coach Melissa Luellen said at the beginning of the season the difference between this year's team and last year's team is confidence in the ability to win tournaments.

The Sun Devils proved their coach right on Tuesday, as they claimed their first team victory in four years, winning the Price's Give 'Em Five Intercollegiate in Las Cruces, N.M.
FOOTBALL

Devils enjoy 'mental break' of bye week

The ASU football team is about to play its biggest game in years on Oct. 16 when they take on co-defending national champion USC. But for now, the No. 19 Sun Devils are enjoying the most relaxed practices they have had all season.
DEVIL DISH

Devil Dish: Walter not the right choice

In Tuesday's Devil Dish, Christopher Drexel stated that ASU quarterback Andrew Walter should have been the cover boy of the 2004 football media guide, not the embossed helmet that currently resides on the front.
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