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Clinton draws thousands to rally

Students raise their hands to cheer former President Bill Clinton. He along with Senate hopeful Jim Pederson spoke at the rally on Hayden Lawn Thursday.

Thousands of students and community members blanketed Hayden Lawn Thursday as former President Bill Clinton energized Democrats in the final five days before the midterm elections.

Discovery marks latest gene 'buzz'

Assistant professor Gro Amdam and Robert Page, director of ASU's School of Life Sciences - along with about 150 other scientists -- mapped and analyzed the genome of Apis mellifera, or the honeybee.

'06 Election: J.D. Hayworth
U.S. Rep. J.D. Hayworth, 48, is running for re-election against District 5 Democrat Harry Mitchell and Libertarian Warren Severin for the U.S. House of Representatives.

Campus flu shot delivery delayed for two weeks
Two shipments of flu shot vaccines that were expected to arrive at the ASU Campus Health Service this week have been delayed, postponing scheduled shots this month, according to campus health officials.

Six-car burglary hits Structure 5
Six vehicles in parking Structure 5 were broken into Halloween afternoon totaling about $4,500 worth of property loss.

Police Beat
A 19-year-old male ASU student was arrested Tuesday evening at Best Hall on charges of criminal damage.

Photos: Clinton draws thousands to rally
Additional photos of Clinton and the rally on Hayden Lawn Thursday.

Photos: Dressed up on Mill Avenue
Mill Avenue draws crowds of costume-wearing, Halloween fun Tuesday.

Robert Randolph and The Family Band
Guitarist, singer and songwriter Robert Randolph & The Family Band are heading to the Venue of Scottsdale on Nov. 3.

The Stones 'roll' into town
The Rolling Stones are set to play at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale on Nov. 8 with special guest Alice Cooper.

Election 2006: Coverage and opinions
Election 2006 coverage and opinions.

Movie Review: Borat
Putting my gripe about the title aside, "Borat" is snot-dripping-out-of-your nose funny.

Devils hope to win third straight

Christopher Atwood / THE STATE PRESS

For the second straight week, the ASU football team will be on the trail to the Pacific Northwest.

Volleyball continues quest for playoffs

The schedule just gets more difficult for the ASU volleyball team this weekend, as it goes on the road to face No. 5 UCLA today and No. 6 USC Saturday.

Soccer heads to Washington schools
The ASU women's soccer team will look to close its season on a high note when it travels to Washington for its final two games of the season

Beavers riding high after USC upset
The Oregon State football team became just the second school in the last three seasons to beat the Trojans. The team will try to carry the momentum over to its next Pac-10 matchup against ASU Saturday.

The Edge: ASU at OSU
If they don't capitalize by beating ASU at home, the win over the Trojans is nothing more than a souvenir.

Devil Dish
Raise your hand if you've been inside Amare Stoudemire's knees lately.

Opinions: Clinton isn't the only famous Arkansan

RICKETSON: In honor of former President Bill Clinton's visit to campus Thursday, I want to recognize some other outstanding citizens who hail (or hailed) from my home state of Arkansas, many of whom happen to be acquainted with Clinton.

Contrary to popular stereotype, not every Arkansan spends the day hee-hawing on the farm, smoking a corncob pipe and lamenting a lack of shoes. Some of my fellow statesmen and stateswomen have gone on to excel in fields distinctly nonagricultural.

Opinions: Minutemen have a good idea, but need outside observation

PATE: No more statuesque farmers clad in breeches and armed with muskets. This century, the Minutemen are a bunch of farmers and college students with binoculars sitting on the border.

The Minuteman Project is an admirable, if uncommon, idea. If you somehow managed to avoid hearing about it; volunteers head down to places like Cochise County and observe illegal immigrants crossing the border, then call the situation in to the authorities.

Opinions: Boos and Bravos
BRAVO to all those big-name politicians who have been making pit stops on campus and in Tempe.

Opinions Letters to the Editor
Exam scheduling shouldn't conflict with voting

Cover Story: Keeping the culture


American Indian students are less likely to continue attending ASU after their first year than any other racial group.

Students serving students

Sociology and religious studies senior Ryan Sarver knows how to get a kid interested in sociology.

A guide to going abroad

While many students are packing their backpacks to head to the ASU Downtown, Polytechnic and West campuses next semester, some students are going even farther for class.

'Fate' makes political thriller nightmare
Some time ago I read "The First Counsel," one of Brad Meltzer's first books, and was thoroughly impressed.

On The Runway: Wear becasue you care
After failing a test or handling a nasty break-up, some students take out their wallets for a little dose of "retail therapy." But sometimes shopping can make life better for others, too.

Deliberate dialing
There's a new YouTube sensation in the Valley, and he has the blogosphere in a frenzy.

Tech Check: World of wacky
For anyone sick of all the World of Warcraft talk, the good people at Asymmetric Publications have created a means of taking out your frustrations.

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