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USG candidates face off in debate


Aldei Gregoire / THE STATE PRESS
SDTV-Channel 2 General Manager Jeff McGuire, left, mediates the half hour USG presidential runoff debate between candidates, David Werner, center, and Yaser Alamoodi on Sunday. The debate will air on SDTV-Channel 2 through Wednesday.
Undergraduate Student Government presidential candidates Yaser Alamoodi and David Werner squared off Sunday in a debate that will air on SDTV-Channel 2 tonight at 7 and 10.

The debate gave the two candidates, who will be heading to the runoff Wednesday and Thursday, a chance to address issues that affect the student body.

The debate, which will also air in the evenings at 6 and 9 through Wednesday, lasted a half hour and was mediated by SDTV-Channel 2 General Manager Jeff McGuire.

ASU club hosts Clean Elections summit

An Arizona State Representative and former House of Representatives candidate talked with students from around the Valley on Saturday about Clean Elections.

About 30 students from Valley high schools, community colleges and ASU met to talk about how to change the way election campaigning works in the first ASU Democracy Matters Club summit.

Ironman Triathlon finishes strong in Tempe

As the sun rose over Tempe Town Lake on Saturday morning, nearly 2,000 athletes jumped into the 68-degree water and waited while the roughly 20,000 onlookers sang the national anthem.

At the sound of a cannon, fired by Tempe Mayor Hugh Hallman, the athletes took off on the 2.4-mile swim that was the first leg of the event.
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Miscues spoil Devils' weekend


Jeremiah Armenta / THE STATE PRESS
Junior right fielder Bridgette Caron puts down a bunt during ASU's 3-2 loss to Oregon State on Sunday at Farrington Stadium.
The more things change, the more they stay the same.

After defensive miscues led to an unearned run in the No. 17 ASU softball team's 1-0 setback against UA last Wednesday, coach Linda Wells decided to field a stronger defensive lineup for the weekend battles with Oregon and Oregon State. The result: ASU lost two more games on runs resulting from errors.
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Heavy winds spell trouble for ASU

ASU senior Pat Moore looked down in disbelief at the thistles and brush that line the 10th hole at the Karsten Golf Course. Somewhere laced between the reeds was his tee shot.
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Controlling love


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It was her freshman year at ASU when Becky met John. They were best friends for a while before attraction set in and the two began dating.

It seemed like the relationship would be perfect. But as soon as the words "boyfriend" and "girlfriend" came into the mix, John's behavior changed completely and the relationship turned from loving to abusive.
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Review: "Fever Pitch' strikes out

When Jimmy Fallon started to make his transformation from "Saturday Night Live" to the big screen, there was potential. This all flew out the window when he made "Taxi" and it just keeps going with "Fever Pitch." I thought Fallon had some comedic talent when he was on "SNL," but now I am starting to see the truth with each terrible movie he makes.

In "Fever Pitch," Fallon plays Ben, a middle school math teacher with an unhealthy fixation on the Boston Red Sox. Surprisingly, Ben is allowed to work with children despite his obsessive nature.
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