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Race requirement for class dropped

Although offering segregated classes is against federal law, until recently ASU enrolled students in an English class based on race.

ASU has offered a first-year composition course designed specifically for Native American students for about eight years, said Robert Schibley, program manager for the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.

Four colleges meet Fulton challenge

With five months left to raise money, four colleges have surpassed a millionaire's fundraising challenge that could add new programs and scholarships to their schools.

The Fulton Challenge, issued by Ira A. Fulton, set an amount of money for each college to raise through donations. If the schools meet those amounts, the money would be matched by Fulton.

University looks into contractors

Workers protesting poor conditions at the McAllister Academic Village construction site gained support from ASU administration Thursday.

ASU President Michael Crow approved plans that aim to stop the alleged unethical treatment of workers at the job site, said Ray Jensen, co-chair of ASU's anti-sweatshop advisory committee.
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Game Time: Ducks' offense spreads its wings and the field

With the way reporters keep asking Oregon football coach Mike Bellotti about his team's second-half swoon against national champion USC two weeks ago, it might be easy to overlook the Ducks' 24-point victory over Stanford Saturday.

No. 25 Oregon also upended a Fresno State team, which was ranked 23rd on the road not so long ago.
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Game Time: Sun Devils ready for 'must-win' game with Ducks

With USC, ESPN "GameDay" and the rest of the surrounding hoopla from last week's game now absent, it remains to be seen how No. 17 ASU can rebound from "Post-Big Game Depression."

Although No. 25 Oregon is ranked in the national polls, this game isn't getting anywhere near the attention of the contest with the Trojans.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Beating the System

Lupe Tovar, now 23, moved out five years ago and set off to make a life for herself. Fresh out of high school, the psychology major found an apartment near ASU and started classes at Scottsdale Community College to get her prerequisites out of the way.

She eventually transferred to ASU, joining multicultural clubs and working at the dean's office in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
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Attraction: Scalpel Slaves

Although public relations junior Rachel Charlupski just recently turned 21, she has already had six bouts of cosmetic surgery, all involving her nose, and has another planned for December.
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Gross-out 'Waiting' still gets laughs

All the nightmare stories you hear about restaurants, as well as some that you don't, are all graphically displayed in "Waiting."

"Waiting" opens in theaters today and is the first film by director Rob McKittrick. McKittrick brings to the screen a lot of the style and energy that is evident in comedies such as "Wedding Crashers" and "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle."
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