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Sun Devil Stadium sold out for USC game


Brandon Quester / THE STATE PRESS
ASU fans tailgate in Lot 59 before the game against LSU on Sept. 10. With number-one USC coming to Tempe on Saturday, Sun Devil Stadium is already sold out.
Fans who don't already have tickets to ASU's Pac-10 game against USC will have to watch it on TV. For the first time this season, Sun Devil Stadium is sold out.

ASU Athletic Director Lisa Love announced on Wednesday that tickets for the stadium's 71,706 seats have been purchased.

"Our football team deserves to sell out," Jason Butikofer, ASU director of Ticket Operations, said.

ASU student regent resigns

ASU's student regent resigned Thursday to spearhead a student early-voting project.

Law student Kolby Granville resigned as of 7 a.m. Thursday. He delivered his resignation speech after the Arizona Board of Regents meeting started at 7:30 a.m.

Photo radar may come to Loop 101

Loop 101 could be lit up by photo radar as soon as January 2006 if the Scottsdale City Council approves its use next month.

If passed, Scottsdale would establish a nine-month trial stage for photo radar along Loop 101, from Scottsdale Road to 90th Street.
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Women's tennis gets fresh start after disappointing season


Joe Rondone / THE STATE PRESS
ASU tennis player Sabrina Capannolo hits backhand during practice at the Whiteman Tennis Center Tuesday.
Coming off a 2004 season that ended with an early exit from the NCAA tournament, the ASU women's tennis team seeks to reach new heights this season as it heads into its first tournament of the year.

The Cal Nike Invitational, held Sept. 30 through Oct. 2 in Berkeley, Calif., features players from 14 teams, including Arizona, North Carolina and Duke.
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ASU swimming and diving hopes to make bigger splash this year

With their season about to get underway, the ASU men's and women's swimming and diving programs both have high expectations for how they can improve this year.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

After the Storm


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On Sept. 5, 2005, seven days after Hurricane Katrina ravaged his family home in New Orleans, Michael Seidman, a student at the University of New Orleans, found himself boarding a bus outside Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix.

He was alone in a new city, a backpack holding the small catalogue of his worldly belongings -- a few pairs of socks, a pair of shorts, two T-shirts and the names of his fantasy football teams scrawled on a scrap of paper -- strapped to his back. His destination: ASU. His mission: to find some sense of normalcy in a world one act of nature had turned upside down.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Lyric Opera debuts first show of season

After one demanding month of rehearsing, the first production of the season for the Herberger College of Fine Arts' Lyric Opera Theatre opens today.

British composer Sandy Wilson wrote "The Boy Friend," a 1920s period musical. According to a School of Music press release, it's the musical that launched Julie Andrew's professional acting career.
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Techno art brings people together

Science and art combined - it's a controversy that's gained more and more attention in recent years.
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