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Tasers used properly at Fiesta Bowl

ASU police officers who provided Fiesta Bowl security - some of whom used Tasers to stun people trying to rush the field - "should be commended for a job well done," investigators said.

The report on Taser use at the Fiesta Bowl, released by the Glendale Police Department late Thursday, found the officers did not violate department policies.

ASU celebrates Day of the Dead

With a refrigerator, bright paint and pictures of Che Guevara and Cesar Chavez, a group of ASU students is constructing an altar to celebrate Dia de los Muertos.

Dia de los Muertos is a joyful Mexican celebration of dead ancestors that takes place Nov. 1-2.

Relief worker: Don't forget the tsunami

As the U.S. deals with Hurricane Katrina, it's important not to forget the people of Southeast Asia affected by the December 2004 tsunami, a relief worker told a roomful of students Friday.
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Third-quarter blast leaves Beavers up creek


Photo courtesy of The Daily Barometer

ASU senior wide receiver Derek Hagan makes a catch against the Oregon State Beavers Saturday night.
CORVALLIS, Ore. -- As expected, Saturday night's game between No. 18 ASU and Oregon State was an old-fashioned western shootout.

In the end, the Sun Devils were able to dodge more bullets and pull out a 42-24 victory in front of 41,374 fans at Reser Stadium. "We played pretty bad," ASU senior quarterback Sam Keller said.
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Coach Lein: ASU men's golf due for title

Banking on the stellar play of three-time All-American Alejandro Canizares, the ASU men's golf team will take its first step toward contending for a third NCAA title today, as it begins tournament play in Oregon.
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Flipping Out


Deanna Dent / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE
Students play the drums and the berimbau while they wait to take their turn dancing in the roda. The berimbau is just one of the traditional instruments that students learn to play as a part of their capoeria class. They also learn the atabaque and the pandeiro.
A dozen people dressed in white stand barefoot in a circle. Drums beat in the background. Two players stand face-to-face and recognize each other with a small bow as they bend their knees to a squat.

They enter the inner part of the circle, spinning and cartwheeling. The two prowl toward each other, moving their bodies to pace of the drum beats; kicking, bending and twisting into what becomes one fluid motion.
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Special Report: Faculty open homes to Katrina victims

As people across the country opened their wallets and hearts to the victims of Hurricane Katrina, two ASU faculty members opened their homes to family members in need.
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At Work: Cube Life

Nicole Simmons sits inside her cubicle at Honeywell Aerospace, surrounded by mounds of paperwork and aircraft parts. She looks at her watch. It reads 6:30 p.m.

She's been at work for more than 10 hours and will probably continue her work at home.
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