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LSU game raises more than $1 million


Danielle Peterson / THE STATE PRESS
ASU President Michael Crow presents a check for $1 million in Hurricane Katrina relief at Saturday's football game against Louisiana State.
Teamwork transcended rivalry Sunday as both ASU and LSU fans cheered the more than $1 million in funds the game raised for Hurricane Katrina relief.

The football game turned into a fund raiser a week ago when the venue was changed from Louisiana to Sun Devil Stadium and the decision was made to donate all proceeds to the Bush-Clinton Hurricane Relief Fund.

"We're playing football, but we're really raising money," Crow said.

Bayou block party swamps Devils

The ASU athletic department dropped football ticket prices to $10 with the help of generous donors on Saturday as the Sun Devils took on No. 5 LSU.

Even without the discount, the game would have been worth the price of admission.

In a fourth quarter that witnessed five different lead changes, LSU struck last, resulting in a 35-31 win in front of 63,210 at Sun Devil Stadium.

Quiet ceremony marks 9/11

On Sept. 11, 2002, more than 200 students gathered in the Memorial Union to remember the terrorist attacks one year before and listen to ASU President Michael Crow speak about fear and duty, The State Press reported.
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Tigers claw their way to victory over ASU

The No. 5 LSU Tigers might have been down for much of Saturday's clash with No. 15 ASU.

But they were never out of it.
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Hagan reaches lofty receiving record

Senior ASU wide receiver Derek Hagan became ASU's career receptions record holder after making seven catches Saturday night.

Hagan has now made 191 grabs in just 38 games.
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On the Outside: These students refuse...


Deanna Dent / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE
"Racial outsiders are people who show characteristics that are viewed as different from their inherent racial and cultural norms."

Mazeratie Stephens-Sweet has a high, singsong voice with a slight "valley girl" accent. She manages to include the words "like" and "whatever" into almost every sentence. On the phone, she sounds like your average white, suburban-bred, college student. But sounds can be deceiving.

Meet three ASU students who feel nothing like how they look -- Stephens-Sweet, along with Chris Ly and Ching Phuong, say they are racial and cultural outsiders: students who say they feel more comfortable socializing with people from a different race than their own.
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Federal Offense: Jose Avila's creative furniture...

White boxes with distinct red and blue lettering cover the apartment. There's the couch, the dining table, chairs, a bed and two desks.

All Jose Avila wants is to sit back and enjoy his handmade furniture, but instead he is fighting a possible lawsuit from a multi-billion dollar company.
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Bouncing Around: Meet the guy who...

Every weekend, bars and clubs around the Valley fill with people looking to relax after a long week. But those who work in the bars don't get to chill -- they have to keep everything running smoothly.
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