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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.

Writing Center's construction nears happy ending

An ASU writing center will be coming home soon.

The Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing will move to the nearly century-old Archives Building on Palm Walk when renovation of it is completed in December.

The 4,272-square foot writing center is currently spread between small offices in two different buildings across campus, said Jewell Parker Rhodes, chair and artistic director of the writing center.
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Walter takes home another honor


Matt Hinshaw
Matt Hinshaw/THE STATE PRESS

Senior quarterback Andrew Walter was named the Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Week Monday after a 48-42 win over UCLA on Saturday. He completed 25 of his 51 passing attempts for 415 yards.
Andrew Walter may have described his performance against UCLA on Saturday as the "ugliest game followed by the prettiest game," but the Pac-10 saw it as more of the latter.

On Monday, Walter was named the conference's Offensive Player of the Week for leading the No. 20 Sun Devils to a 48-42 come-from-behind win over the Bruins. Walter completed 25 of his 51 passing attempts for 415 yards and six touchdowns. But before he engineered two long-scoring drives that took a total of 58 seconds off the clock, Walter threw three interceptions and had a number of other uncharacteristic tosses.
SPORTS

Briefs: Baseball team gets verbal commitment

Brett Wallace, a senior third baseman at Justin-Siena High School in Napa, Calif., has made a verbal commitment to the ASU baseball team and is expected to receive a scholarship for the 2006 season, The Napa Valley Register reported.

As a junior, Wallace batted .526 with six doubles, three triples, 11 home runs and 34 RBIs, leading Justin-Siena to a 25-2 finish. The left-hander had a 1.103 slugging percentage and a .676 on-base percentage.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Three degrees of unemployment


Andrew Benson
You've just spent $20,000 dollars on your college education. You're in your last semester and about ready to receive your diploma. But, there's a huge chance you'll still be working as a server, at some sports bar in Tempe, serving burgers and beers, to grumpy old men.
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Flu season fix

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.
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