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Despite win, Koetter ousted

Ashley Lowery / THE STATE PRESS
Dirk Koetter speaks at a press conference Sunday night.

The ASU football team will be under new leadership when the 2007 season begins as head coach Dirk Koetter was fired Sunday.

Tempe kicks off winter season while students make last dash

For many, Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the country's holiday season. But for students, it's a short breather before a doubly stressful time - finals plus Christmas.

Crow among highest-paid public university presidents
Michael Crow is one of America's highest-paid public university presidents, but not as high as ASU's size might suggest, according to a new report.

Gambling Web sites deal with federal ban
Despite the potentially negative impacts of a federal online gambling law, profits at Tyler Hancock's online poker Web site are almost back to where they were before the law passed in October.

Online learning on tap for Ariz. K-12 students
This time next year, the 1 million Arizona elementary, middle and high school students and 75,000 teachers in Arizona public schools will be able to access online resources with a new myASU-type program developed by the University.

Movie screening: Perfume: The Story of a Murderer
DreamWorks Pictures and ASU Web Devil invite you and a guest to a special advance screening of Perfume: The Story of a Murderer.

Photos: Déjà Vu, Nov. 23-Dec. 1
View photos from the weekend's events, Nov. 23-26. Continue to check back for pictures added throughout the week.

Concert calendar
A list of concerts, shows coming to the valley. Check back for updates.

Brother of ASU's Johnson dies in sleep


The ASU women's basketball team was victorious in its meeting with Western Kentucky on Friday, but the win was later overshadowed by the loss of much more than a game.

Breakdown: ASU at UA

The Sun Devils' offense was about as balanced as it has ever looked, and the team benefited greatly from it.

Junior tailback Ryan Torain again had the bulk of rushing responsibilities and was too strong and too fast for the UA defense.

Polk's clutch three gives ASU big win
The ASU men's basketball team took the Iowa Hawkeyes 67-64 Saturday evening, after freshman guard Christian Polk scored the winning 3-point shot from nearly half court with just 13 seconds left on the clock.

A quiet rivalry
TUCSON - The "A" Mountain here kept its red, white and blue colors. Two rival marching bands played side by side.

ASU thumps UA
The ASU football team had a lot on the line heading into Saturday's showdown with archrival Arizona despite having so little time left in the season.

Devil Dish
I hope everyone is happy now.

Opinions: 'Kramer' scandal showcases need for reflection on racism

JACKSON: Michael Richards, better known as Kramer from "Seinfeld," has brought to our attention the price you pay for allowing free speech in this country: Hateful, awful, stupid things will be said.

However, while the criticism of Richards is deserved, its focus is backwards. Instead of attacking Richards for his outburst, we should use the incident to reflect upon the latent racism that we share with him.

Opinions: Bring back the draft

GINSBURG: During this time of moral crisis, with a war on our hands and an utter lack of confidence in our leaders at home, what we need is a draft.

Yes, a draft. You and I both heard New York Democratic Rep. Charles Rangel's public statement in favor of conscription - and I, for one, am all in favor of it.

I guess that many of you (at least the men) hurriedly considered changing your address to throw the Selective Service System off your trail. Others might be making contingency plans to flee to Canada or Mexico.

Opinions: What competition?
Like every Thanksgiving weekend, Sun Devil fans had more football to watch than the traditional Turkey Day showdowns.

Cover Story: The case of the ghost


Follow one student's search to discover the grandfather she
never knew through the campus architecture he left behind.

Scrabble is not a game

At 39, Jim Geary is one of the best Scrabble players in the nation. I was one of the best in my high school.

Ringtone stings young ears
Along with the holiday season, comes the biggest shopping season of the year.

Starbucks takes over the world
For ASU senior Matt Linden, Starbucks is not just a coffee shop, it's an experience.

Keep the heart of art beating
Although The Paper Heart Gallery may be temporarily on life support, the local art and music venue got a shock of electricity Saturday night as an outpouring of artists and fans jolted through the gallery's veins.

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