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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.

Students taste culture, cuisine of Southeast Asia

The program for Southeast Asian Studies hosted a fashion show, dance and musical performance Wednesday on Hayden Lawn to increase ASU interest in Southeast Asian culture.

More than 100 people gathered to watch the performances, which were accompanied by free Vietnamese and Thai food.

“We don’t do anything without food,” said Jacqueline Butler-Diaz, outreach coordinator for the program. Butler-Diaz represents ASU at Thailand’s national University of Laos.
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Women's lacrosse heads to the Aloha State for tourney


Lisa Olson
Lisa Olson/THE STATE PRESS

Kristina Reynolds defends the goal against a shot by Jaclyn Au during women’s lacrosse practice held at the Student Recreation Complex fields Monday afternoon.
For 16 returning women's lacrosse club members, Halloween weekend is going to provide a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

The players will travel to Honolulu on Friday to compete in the Hawaii Lacrosse Invitational Tournament against lacrosse teams from all over the world.
FOOTBALL

'T-Rich' lives up to expectations

As he began running a corner route with minutes remaining and the ASU football team down five points, Terry Richardson saw nothing behind him but end zone.

When the ball came his way, Richardson hauled it in and sprinted down the sideline. A defender began to close in on him, so Richardson dove backwards into the corner of the end zone and extended the ball across the goal line for a 65-yard touchdown.
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Gotta have faith


Emunah’s founder, Ryan Dirkin and his friend Kylie Fugate. Both are wearing Emunah.
(Photo courtesy of Blair Buntin/copyright blairbunting.com)
Every designer has a muse. Marc Jacobs has Wynona Ryder. The legendary Emilio Pucci had Christina Mannini. And local designer Ryan Dirkin has Jesus. His faith-based line, Emunah, is inspired by scripture, yet is gaining popularity among Christians and non-Christians alike.
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AIDS apathy

A survey conducted by the National College Health Assessment found that on many campuses, including ASU, students aren't worried about protecting themselves from AIDS. Only 1.4 percent of students always used a condom during oral sex, 15.3 percent always used a condom during vaginal intercourse and 2.
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Anchors away

Barren hills dotted with saguaros dipped down to meet the water's edge, as the unfiltered sun beamed a stinging warmth on cousins Ray and Ed Gazaro -- both 74 years old -- who sat hunched over in the belly of their sailboat and rifled through a formidable maze of ropes and wires.
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