Serving Arizona State University Online Since 1995  Current Issue: Thursday, October 07, 2004



STUDENT MEDIA LINKS








SEARCH
FEATURES
LINKS

 

 


TOP STORIES

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.

ASU students celebrate National Coming Out Day

Nearly 100 students gathered on the Student Services lawn Wednesday in support of National Coming Out Day.

While no one "came out" at the event, a couple of students did come out to their parents and friends, said David Encizo, a biology and society senior and facilitator of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered and Queer Coalition.

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."

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."
more CAMPUS NEWS
more OPINIONS
SPORTS

Getting downright defensive


Adam Flath
Adam Flath/THE STATE PRESS

ASU senior safety Riccardo Stewart listens in as defensive coordinator Brent Guy gives orders at the Oregon State game Sept. 25.
The Sun Devils were sick and tired of hearing how their opponents were able to light them up. In fact, they got downright defensive about it.

Since head coach Dirk Koetter's coaching staff arrived at ASU for the 2001 season, the Sun Devils have been known as a team that specializes in offense. But far too many times, it didn't matter how many points Koetter -- often referred to as an "offensive guru" -- could manufacture, because opposing teams could generate more.
CROSS COUNTRY

Devils hope to be in it for long haul

For first-year head coach Louie Quintana and the ASU cross country team, the old adage "It's not where you start, it's where you finish," rings particularly true.

Last season, the women's cross country team finished in first place at the prestigious Roy Griak Invitational early in the year, defeating top teams such as Providence, Michigan State and Columbia. But when the national meet came around, the Sun Devils were forced to watch from the sidelines, as Providence won the hardware by finishing third.
more MORE SPORTS
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Sensual steel


Andrew Benson
Ads for the little blue pill Viagra are all over television and cluttering e-mail in-boxes everywhere. The erection medicine is in demand, because people are out to improve their sex lives. Zeke is no different. Only he doesn't have to take Viagra. He just inserts steel into his penis.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Wake up call

Students see signs promoting John Kerry and George W. Bush for president. They see chalk outlines near Hayden Library promoting Bush, and then after some anti-Bush touchup, see that they have been altered, proclaiming him as "pro draft for '05." Everyone walks past these signs every day.
more MORE A&E
more COMICS
Sponsors
RC Helicopters


Copyright 2001-06, ASU Web Devil. All rights reserved. No reprints without permission.

Online Editor In Chief: Jolie McCullough | Online Adviser: Jason Manning | Technical Contact: Jason Wulf

Contact Info | Privacy Policy