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Window policy controversy part of 15-year-old battle


Matt Hinshaw
Photo Illustration by Matt Hinshaw/THE STATE PRESS

The debate over freedom of speech in ASU residence halls has been going on since the late 1980s.
A Residential Life policy currently bans a political campaign sign, a Mexican flag or even a picture of a best friend from being placed in a window, and students who want to display them must seek permission.

But this isn't the first time politics and free speech have collided on campus.

Interpreters plan walkout over wages

Complaining of low pay, all ASU staff interpreters for the deaf planned a walkout for today, leaving deaf students across campus without a needed service.

Interpreters said ASU has not been offering competitive wages for their interpreting services for years.
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A big victory, humbling evening


Sean Gulley
Sean Gulley/THE STATE PRESS

ASU senior quarterback Andrew Walter shakes hands with a Washington State player after Walter’s last game at Sun Devil Stadium on Saturday night.
It was a blowout win by all accounts, but the resounding feeling among the ASU football team wasn't jubilation.

After the Sun Devils' 45-28 victory over Washington State before 60,319 on Saturday, the team was more humbled than anything else. Humbled by an emotional retiring of former ASU linebacker and Army Ranger Pat Tillman's number. And humbled by the fact the team's senior class had played its final game at Sun Devil Stadium. The would-be distractions proved to be motivation, however, and ASU (8-2, 5-2) completed a perfect 6-0 record at home for the first time since 1996.
FOOTBALL

Matt Miller produces once again in win over WSU

For most of the season, if the saying "Miller Time" was used regarding the ASU football team, it was almost always directed to freshman tight end Zach Miller.

Now, a first name will be required to avoid confusion.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Muslim Comedy Tour hits campus tonight


Courtesy of Jillian Chaulk

Comedians, left to right, Bryant “Preacher” Moss, Azhar Usman, and Azeem Muhammad will be at ASU today for the National Muslim Comedy Tour called “Allah Made Me Funny,” at 5 and 7:30 p.m. at Murdock Hall.
Religious and social issues intertwine to reveal misconceptions about the Muslim community through humor in "Allah Made Me Funny -- The Official Muslim Comedy Tour," which performs today in Murdock Hall at 5 and 7:30 p.m.

The cast consists of three practicing Muslims, including Azeem Muhammad and Azhar Usman.
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Game Review: You had me at 'Halo'

The long-awaited sequel to the most popular X-Box game ever has finally arrived. "Halo 2" brings new meaning to first-person shooter ... again.

The fact that it's an amazing game with a pioneering engine, sound and team-playing capacity is virtually a given. The questions to ask are: Was it what it was hyped up to be? Was it worth the wait?

Here's a rundown of some of "Halo 2's" finer upgrades.
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