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Debate puts ASU at center stage

Aldei Gregoire
Aldei Gregoire/THE STATE PRESS

Wednesday’s debate will be held at Gammage Auditorium .
After nearly two years of planning, ASU is one day away from bringing the third and final presidential debate home to Gammage Auditorium. The audience inside Gammage will number only a few hundred, but millions more will watch on televisions around the world as John Kerry and George Bush debate domestic issues.

For more debate coverage, click the Election 2004 link on the left side of the page.

Debate lawsuit blocked

A Maricopa County Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday to deny the Arizona Libertarian Party's request to block the presidential debate at ASU because a delay in filing the lawsuit would work unfairly against ASU and the Commission on Presidential Debates.

Judge Pendleton Gaines ruled there was sufficient public purpose for the debate and that blocking the debate would be unfair to ASU and the CPD.

ASU's lucky find

If the reigning monarch of Iraq hadn't been assassinated in July 1958, the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium wouldn't exist in its current form.

The auditorium is the site of tonight's presidential debate between President George W. Bush and Sen. John Kerry.

Walter looks for wins, not praise

Matt Hinshaw
ASU quarterback Andrew Walter throws while Texas-El Paso linebacker Thomas Howard moves in for the tackle at the Sept. 2 game against UTEP at Sun Devil Stadium.
Senior doesn't mind being tabbed Pac-10's third-best quarterback

After USC was able to edge California on a nationally televised game on Saturday, longtime ABC announcer Keith Jackson said in his infamous rhetoric, "Now the Trojans will look to Arizona State and that big Gatling Gun they have at quarterback."

Devils not letting debate become distraction

Football team focused on facing No. 1 USC amongst hoopla

With all of the events going on around campus surrounding today's presidential debate, it is hard to believe that anyone at ASU has been able to think about anything else.

Burke is flawless, yet unheralded

Surrounded in the ASU football media guide by impact players Lee Burghgraef, Justin Burks and Kyle Caldwell, it's easy to overlook Jason Burke.

It's even easier to miss him on the field or around campus.
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