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Debate puts ASU at center stage


Aldei Gregoire
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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.

Spinsters take swipe at calling debate winner

National and local politicians visiting Tempe for the debate were heavily divided on whom won the verbal showdown that took place inside Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium on Wednesday night.

Democratic National Committee chairman Terry McAuliffe came out strongly against President Bush, saying Bush had a "deer in the headlights look" the whole night.

Thousands flock to arena party

A crowd of more than 7,000 people at Wells Fargo Arena roared with hollers of support and boos of disapproval as President Bush and Democratic candidate John Kerry addressed issues of domestic policy at Wednesday's debate.

Programming and Activities Board Vice President James Pedicone said 8,000 tickets were distributed prior to the event and another 2,000 were given out at the door.

SDTV Exclusive: Nader speaks at ASU

Third party presidential "candidate" Ralph Nader got as close to the debate as he could Wednesday, making it all the way to Hayden Lawn. After an interview with CNN, Nader found time to speak with SDTV reporter Ian Schwartz about how students will be affected by the upcomming election.
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SPORTS

Carrier's impact felt throughout defense


Kelley Karnes
Kelley Karnes/THE STATE PRESS

ASU cornerback coach Mark Carrier gives instructions during a practice at Camp Tontozona on Aug. 14.
Mark Carrier has a lifetime of memories made in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

A two-time All-American for USC in the late '80s, Carrier led the Trojans to consecutive top-10 national finishes in his final two seasons at USC. Losses at home were few and far between.
FOOTBALL

USC's roster overflowing with playmakers

USC head coach Pete Carroll has probably sweated bullets all week, knowing that his leading receiver, Steve Smith, could be sidelined for the remainder of the regular season.

Puhleeeze!

After last week's not-so-convincing win over then-No. 7 California, Carroll isn't discounting the loss of Smith, because he knows that his team possesses enough replacements to fill an NFL combine.
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Democracy Debacle


This picture, “Angry Americans,” by Ryan McNamara is at the center of the controversy surround the ASU Art Museum’s “Democracy in America” exhibit. (Photo courtesy of Ryan Mcnamara)
The controversy surrounding the ASU Art Museum's current exhibit, "Democracy in America: Political Satire, Then and Now," comes down to the screaming faces of eight children.

It's their faces that make up the inflammatory piece "Angry Americans," by ASU alumnus Ryan McNamara. It's their faces that were cut out of the show by the head curator of the exhibition and director of the museum, Marilyn Zeitlin. It's their faces that have brought a cry of censorship from groups that say Zeitlin purposely tossed out McNamara's piece to "balance" the tone of the show.
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