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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.

Dead body found in Tempe Town Lake

The body of an unidentified man was found in Tempe Town Lake Wednesday by the ASU club rowing team, but Tempe police officials said he was probably not an ASU student.

An ASU rowing coach called ASU DPS at 6:15 a.m. after he found the body of a man in his mid-20s, said Tempe Police Sgt. Dan Masters.
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Walter a finalist for Unitas Award


Adam Flath
Adam Flath/THE STATE PRESS

Senior quarterback Andrew Walter was named a finalist for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award on Wednesday.
His team may be coming off its most disappointing game of the year, but that didn't stop ASU senior quarterback Andrew Walter from earning more accolades this week.

On Wednesday, Walter was named as one of nine finalists for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, given to the nation's top senior signal caller. It is the 15th year the honor will be given out.
VOLLEYBALL

Flagstaff altitude stifles Devils' serving ability

FLAGSTAFF -- ASU volleyball coach Brad Saindon was without one of his best weapons in Tuesday's straight-set loss to NAU, and this time it wasn't injury related.

Because of the 7,000-foot elevation of Flagstaff, Saindon had to abandon the use of the jump serve, a key element of his fast-paced, athletic style of offense.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Flu season fix


Andrew Benson
Stock up on Vitamin C, cold season is here.
(PHOTO BY ANDREW BENSON/STATE PRESS MAGAZINE)
It's about that time of year again, when sneezes and sniffles overpower the sounds of professors' voices. Grab your Kleenex; it's going to be a bumpy cold season. Due to a national shortage, flu vaccines at ASU are non-existant. But Dr. Stephanie Schroeder, chief of medical staff at the Student Health and Wellness Center, says the center is stocking up on Amantidine, which acts as a flu vaccine, and speeds up the healing process.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Look into their eyes

After the sun sets, the life of downtown Phoenix tends to vanish. The hustle and bustle of traffic and people wandering the streets all but disappear and the city becomes dark and empty. But several nights a month, sidewalks and shuttles packed with art lovers heading to downtown studios and galleries have become the norm, bringing new life to downtown.
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