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Devils fall in Sin City

LAS VEGAS - In this town, luck can change with the wind. Or a flurry of mistakes down the stretch.

Like gamblers playing slot machines along the Las Vegas Strip, ASU went cold at the worst time Friday night. That left the door open for Texas-El Paso senior guard Filiberto Rivera to break the bank.

Rivera nailed three three-pointers in the closing seven minutes, lifting UTEP to a 66-65 victory over ASU in the Las Vegas Holiday Invitational semifinals at Valley High School.

Crow asks Tempe to help with expansion cost

ASU President Michael Crow sent a letter to Tempe Mayor Hugh Hallman on Nov. 12 hinting that the City of Tempe should pay for $6 million in infrastructure to support proposed campus expansions.

In the next few years, ASU and Tempe officials will be scrambling to find a place for all of the wastewater generated by an expected increase in students and more research facilities on campus.
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Men's hoops edge Delaware State


LISA OLSON/THE STATE PRESS

ASU guard Kevin Kruger moves in for a lay-up during the Sun Devils victory over the Hornets on Tuesday night at Wells Fargo Arena.
Forget the arguments. After Tuesday, it's obvious that nothing is going to be easy this season for the ASU men's basketball team.

Shaking off a lackadaisical start, an abundance of defensive breakdowns and continued ineptitude against the zone, ASU muscled its way to a 67-56 victory over Delaware State in the Las Vegas Invitational before 7,068 at Wells Fargo Arena.
FOOTBALL

Devils take new approach into UA game

Dirk Koetter said a man walked up to him at the grocery store last week and said if the ASU football team did not defeat UA, the man would not be able to live.

"That's a lot of passion right there," Koetter said.
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Sleeping in


Thomas Throssell
Out of body experiences sometimes accompany lucid dreams .
(PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY THOMAS R. THROSSELL/STATE PRESS MAGAZINE
Lucid dreaming, the art and the science of becoming conscious within a dream, is so realistic that it is difficult to discern from waking life. Some people lucid dream naturally and understand the freedom, and exhilaration that a dream like this entails. Most people, though, have never experienced a lucid dream.
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Your world

With the election two weeks in the past, political pundits have hung up their hats and band-wagoners have hopped along to find their next cause. All the while, social struggles working for justice continue. During the Oct. 13 debate at ASU, students picked up signs at their respective tables and chanted their respective chants, and that was the extent of popular political dialogue.
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