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ASU-Tempe Campus News

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University researchers creating innovative flexible displays
by State Press
Aug 11, 2008
“Computer, cell phone and television displays may soon become as pliable as pieces of paper.
::Download a test video of the displays.::”

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Creating 'Henry'
by State Press
Jul 29, 2008
“About a year and a half ago, ASU alumnus Zachary Hollis Cook brought a poem he was working on to artist and fellow alumnus Neil Gillingham.”
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From Hayden Lawn to the National Mall
by State Press
Jul 22, 2008
“Last October political science and human communication junior Chris Gast started applying for summer internships.”
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County attorney candidates tout experience in Tempe forum
by State Press
Jul 14, 2008
“Two challengers to sitting county attorney Andrew Thomas took the stage Tuesday night to debate who is best suited to take on the incumbent in November's general election.”
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Charity bicycle tour makes pit stop at ASU
by State Press
Jul 08, 2008
“In 1987, Pi Kappa Phi alum Bruce Rogers rode his bike across the United States to raise awareness for the fraternity's philanthropy organization, Push America.”
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Saying goodbye
by State Press
Jun 30, 2008
“In a classroom on the second floor of Discovery Hall on Monday, rows of people sat silently while Byron Yellowhair's mother openly wept over the untimely death of her eldest son.”
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Internships pave the way for higher salaries, better jobs
by State Press
Jun 23, 2008
“A recent study by the ASU Institute for Social Science Research shows that of ASU's December graduates, those who participated in internships during college had an easier time finding jobs after graduation and received higher starting salaries.”
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Athletes vie for chance at gold
by State Press
Jun 18, 2008
“When Erik Hightower was 9 years old, his parents had to practically drag him to wheelchair racing practice.”
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'Year of the Sun Devil'
by State Press
Jun 11, 2008
“It started as a screwball.
About knee-high as it left the pitcher's hand, rising and fading toward the outside part of the plate.”

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ASU drops wrestling, men's tennis and men's swimming
by State Press
Jun 02, 2008
“Budget woes are hitting closer to home than gas more than $4 a gallon — now deficits are affecting ASU athletics.”
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New registration system's kinks being felt
by State Press
May 01, 2008
“After a bumpy first year, ASU hopes to make its new instant-enrollment registration system easier for students to use.”
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University unveils MU renovation plans
by State Press
Apr 29, 2008
“When ASU students return to the Tempe campus next fall, they will not find the same Memorial Union they remember.”
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Experts: Grads should keep hope in bleak economic times
by State Press
Apr 26, 2008
“When he graduates next month, aerospace engineering senior Blaine Stolpestad hopes to be flying high, even though the economy is in a downward spiral.”
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M&G dollars on deadline
by State Press
Apr 24, 2008
“ASU's food provider Aramark is offering M&G; users a 10-percent discount on Thursdays at many of its dining locations, but many students are struggling to spend all their remaining money, not save it.
• Extra M&G; dollars used to help the needy”

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Olympics Special Report: Trial run for China
by State Press
Apr 24, 2008
“Members of the ASU track and field team wear gold uniforms for their meets. A select few hope to be wearing gold around their necks come August.
View the PDF.”

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A tradition 3,000 years in the making
by State Press
Apr 18, 2008
“A tradition with more than 3,000 years of history is still very important to Jewish ASU students, who will celebrate the holiday Passover this weekend.”
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Study finds one in five US college students are un-covered
by State Press
Apr 18, 2008
“Efren Martinez considers himself lucky.”
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Breaking News: Radio personality broadcasts from campus amid KTAR controversy
by State Press
Apr 14, 2008
“5:00 p.m. -- An ASU parking lot became the battleground for a free speech debate Monday when a KTAR talk radio personality hosted his show on campus to protest the station's ban from University shuttle buses.”
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Fake weddings draw attention to real political issue
by State Press
Apr 11, 2008
“Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" rang through Hayden Lawn Wednesday as four couples were pronounced lawfully wedded partners — kind of.”
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Speaker: Remember, grow from racist past
by State Press
Apr 09, 2008
“Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Leonard Pitts Jr. told a crowd of 1,500 Monday to remember America's history of racial animosity while warning them not to repeat it.”
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Speakers challenge global warming
by State Press
Apr 04, 2008
“Some 120 students excused themselves from Tempe's 77-degree sunshine to hear a panel of global-warming challengers lecture in Discovery Hall Thursday evening.”
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Pittel triumphs
by State Press
Apr 03, 2008
“Joshua Pittel is set to become the next Undergraduate Student Government president, after capturing 55.3 percent of the vote in the March 31 and April 1 elections.”
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Tempe to review graffiti policy
by State Press
Apr 01, 2008
“With city officials looking to re-examine Tempe's policy on graffiti, some supporters of graffiti art are hoping that their voices will be heard as well.”
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Group, legislator target credit card providers
by State Press
Mar 29, 2008
“The too-good-to-be-true offers students get from credit card companies probably are just that, warned one state advocacy Thursday.”
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Best Hall anything but for some residents
by State Press
Mar 28, 2008
“When freshmen Stephen Charnicki and Brady Emerson turned on the light in their Best C Hall room one night after watching a movie, they thought the wet spot they saw on their floor was spilled Coke.”
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Convention or bust
by State Press
Mar 25, 2008
“Two ASU students will have front-row seats to witness history this August as delegates to the Democratic National Convention in Denver.”
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New trials, new hope in program
by State Press
Mar 22, 2008
“Dubbed the "Snaggletooth Killer" and convicted of the 1991 murder of a Phoenix bartender, Ray Krone spent 10 years in prison — three of them on death row.”
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On Iraq anniversary, 300 rally in Phoenix against conflict
by State Press
Mar 21, 2008
“A woman on the corner of 16th Street and Missouri Avenue yelled to Phoenix motorists, "Honk your horn, no more war" — and most obeyed — as protestors wielded signs reading, "Drop Bush, Not Bombs," "McCain's policies are Insane" and "Bush the Lying Turd."”
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Feeling foul
by State Press
Mar 18, 2008
“It happens every year.
A team with a good resume and all the makings of an NCAA Tournament team somehow remains on the outside and is left to only look on and wonder.
This year it happened to the ASU men's basketball team.”

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ASU Wellness and Health advises, sends off revelers
by State Press
Mar 08, 2008
“Condoms, pizza and a sandcastle-building contest lured students to Hayden Lawn to learn about safe spring break travel Thursday afternoon.”
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Temperatures March upward
by State Press
Mar 05, 2008
“With temperatures hovering in the 70s and shorts and T-shirts replacing jeans and hoodies for students, many are taking advantage of the warmth to study and lounge outside Tuesday.”
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Security upped after apartment assaults
by State Press
Feb 29, 2008
“Following a reported sexual assault Sunday and an attempted sexual assault on Feb. 7, the Gateway at Tempe apartment complex is working to improve its safety, security officials at the apartment said Wednesday.”
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ASU investigates baseball allegations
by State Press
Feb 27, 2008
“ASU's No. 1-ranked baseball program is at the center of an internal investigation into allegations including academic fraud and recruiting violations made by a former team employee.”
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Spanning the globe on Hayden Lawn
by State Press
Feb 22, 2008
“Bright cultural artifacts, the murmur of foreign tongues and the savory smell of foods from nine different countries melded together on Hayden Lawn Wednesday for the 20th annual World Festival, hosted by the Coalition of International Students.”
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Speaking without words
by State Press
Feb 21, 2008
“Move over Spanish, German and Italian language classes — American Sign Language is moving in.”
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Should hidden mental health issues be exposed?
by State Press
Feb 20, 2008
“Students' mental health history may no longer be private if campus safety recommendations are put into play.”
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150 fifth-graders; 150 uncertain futures
by State Press
Feb 19, 2008
“ASU played host to around 150 Meridian Elementary School fifth-graders Friday in an effort to stimulate early interest in college.”
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Bomb threats shut down Schwada
by State Press
Feb 15, 2008
“ASU Police evacuated between 700 and 900 people from the Schwada Classroom Office building at about 1:45 p.m. on Thursday after a caller, in two separate calls, threatened that a bomb was about to be detonated.”
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Artists paint new picture of graffiti
by State Press
Feb 14, 2008
“Plywood boards transformed into works of art outside the Memorial Union Tuesday, as four graffiti artists, armed with cans of spray paint, gave a fresh perspective on what many see as vandalism.”
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Take that, Tucson
by State Press
Feb 11, 2008
“ASU junior forward Jeff Pendergraph called it his best game ever.”
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Americana as a business asset
by State Press
Feb 09, 2008
“For international business students at ASU's W. P. Carey School of Business, grasping the subtleties of American culture can sometimes be challenging.”
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McCain, Clinton triumph
by State Press
Feb 06, 2008
“Sens. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., came out on top in Arizona in the Republican and Democratic presidential preference elections on Tuesday.”
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Who's it going to be?
by State Press
Feb 05, 2008
“After votes have been cast in Arizona and 23 other states Feb. 5, America will be one step closer to knowing who will be the main candidates vying for our nation's presidency.”
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Bill Clinton to ASU crowd: 'Vote Hillary'
by State Press
Feb 02, 2008
“When then-President Bill Clinton spoke to a sea of 20,000 people on the bridge outside Gammage Auditorium in 1996, attendee Lisa Zatcoff said he appeared to be standing on the bridge to the 21st Century.”
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Low exchange rates affect students studying abroad
by State Press
Feb 01, 2008
“As the value of the U.S. dollar continues to shrink in comparison to foreign currencies, ASU students studying abroad are seeing similar shrinks in their own budgets.
• See the bill”

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Breaking News: Bill Clinton coming to ASU Gammage
by State Press
Jan 29, 2008
“Former President Bill Clinton will be at the ASU campus Thursday to campaign for his wife, Presidential candidate Sen. Hillary Clinton.”
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House-hunting Super Bowl style
by State Press
Jan 29, 2008
“Not all Super Bowl XLII visitors will be staying in hotels next week — some will be calling other peoples' homes their own.”
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Sentence: Death
by State Press
Jan 26, 2008
“For a crime that took nearly 25 years to solve and a criminal case that spanned five years, the jury of convicted murderer Clarence Wayne Dixon needed fewer than 15 minutes to reach its sentence: death.
More coverage
• Grief takes the stand
• 'A fairly bleak and empty life'
• Justice served 30 years later
• Residents seek extra protection after strangling (Jan. 20, 1978)
• Her friends 'don't understand' (Jan. 19, 1978)
• Leads dry up in coed's death (Jan. 17, 1978)
• Slideshow”

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TV star, governor tell crowd of students: Vote for Obama
by State Press
Jan 25, 2008
“Students packed the basement of the Memorial Union Wednesday afternoon as former "Grey's Anatomy" and current "Private Practice" star Kate Walsh and Gov. Janet Napolitano urged students to vote early and support Sen. Barack Obama.”
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'A fairly bleak and empty life'
by State Press
Jan 24, 2008
“Twelve Maricopa Superior Court jurors are deciding Wednesday whether Clarence Wayne Dixon will be executed or spend the rest of his life in prison for the 1978 rape and murder of ASU senior Deana Bowdoin.”
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Light rail testing rolls into Tempe in March
by State Press
Jan 23, 2008
“Get ready, Tempe: The light rail traffic jams are about to get worse.
With as much as 91 percent and 39 miles of the light rail completed to date, Valley Metro representatives said they plan to expand their testing area from Washington Street in Phoenix to Apache Boulevard in Tempe starting in March.”

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No rings needed?
by State Press
Jan 19, 2008
“President Michael Crow has thrown in his support for a proposal that would grant unmarried partners of state employees, including those at ASU, health and tuition benefits.”
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Boys in blue seeing more green
by State Press
Jan 15, 2008
“There's a wide open job market and a growing demand for ASU students who want to pursue jobs in law enforcement, Valley police spokesmen said.”
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Sections of Memorial Union re-open, but work remains
by State Press
Jan 15, 2008
“Just in time for the new semester, the University community has its central hub back as crucial parts of the Memorial Union officially re-open today.
• Hoodlums out”

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Till death did them part
by State Press
Dec 05, 2007
“An inseparable trio would be forever divided after a New Year's celebration turned tragic and now acts as grounds for a stifled murder and aggravated assault investigation.”
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Forget the Fiesta
by State Press
Dec 03, 2007
“The ASU football team finished the regular season with 10 wins and is ranked No. 12 in the country.
But it wasn't enough.”

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Students speak out about tuition
by State Press
Nov 30, 2007
“More than one hundred students packed into the Old Main Carson Ballroom to listen to their peers and counterparts from other state universities live via Web cast, who spoke largely in favor of their respective student government tuition proposals.”
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No more warnings
by State Press
Nov 30, 2007
“Tempe police have issued 12,000 warnings for speeding in the last three weeks thanks to recently installed photo radar cameras.”
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University helps displaced workers find new jobs
by State Press
Nov 23, 2007
“ASU has undergone efforts to relocate all of its employees who were displaced following the Memorial Union fire in the past few weeks, according to University officials.”
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New home, new features for ASU police
by State Press
Nov 21, 2007
“It's moving week for ASU police, as the department begins to upgrade its systems and move down the road to its new home.”
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'We know it was caused by a human'
by State Press
Nov 17, 2007
“A person played a part in the Memorial Union fire, a University official said.”
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Crow among highest paid presidents
by State Press
Nov 16, 2007
“ASU President Michael Crow was ranked among the 20 highest paid public university presidents in a recent survey, but with his latest raise he should be in the top 10, one member of the Arizona Board of Regents said.”
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Honoring those who fought for freedom
by State Press
Nov 13, 2007
“Thousands of Tempe community members marched almost a mile Monday along Mill Avenue from Gammage Auditorium to show respect for those who have served their country in the military.”
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MU won't reopen until next semester
by State Press
Nov 10, 2007
“The Memorial Union will be closed for the rest of the semester, officials said Thursday, and only portions will reopen in the spring.”
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Tempe firefighters come home after battling Calif. blazes
by State Press
Nov 08, 2007
“California firefighters weren't the only ones to battle the wildfires that occurred in recent weeks. Valley firefighters also helped control the blazes and protect homes in the southern part of the state.”
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Student governments call for freeze in tuition rates
by State Press
Nov 07, 2007
“Student body governments from the three in-state universities called for a halt to any further tuition increases Monday.”
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Sun Devils' season far from over
by State Press
Nov 06, 2007
“For the ASU football team, the question now becomes: what's next?”
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'Smoke engulfed the area'
by State Press
Nov 03, 2007
“Officials are unsure what started a fire that caused 5,000 students and employees to evacuate from the Memorial Union Thursday afternoon.”
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Students compete for the best recyclable costume
by State Press
Nov 02, 2007
“Some ASU students came to campus "trashed" for Halloween in hopes of winning a $500 prize for supporting a green cause at the Anti-Trash Costume Bash.”
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ASU offering assistance to CA students
by State Press
Oct 31, 2007
“With wildfires continuing to rage in California, ASU is offering financial aid and free counseling to students affected by the natural disaster.”
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Championing truthiness
by State Press
Oct 26, 2007
“ASU students and faculty may be ready to "taste the truthiness" of political satirist Stephen Colbert's bid for presidency.”
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Former ASU student tries to cash in on Crow's name
by State Press
Oct 25, 2007
“ASU President Michael Crow will be made into a fashion symbol next week when one former ASU student reveals his new line of shirts that display a blatant disapproval for the University leader.”
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ASU students from Calif. fear for homes
by State Press
Oct 25, 2007
“With 16 separate fires raging over seven Southern California counties and thousands evacuated from their homes, some ASU students have been left worried about the safety of their friends and families.”
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Obama: Trust me, trust yourself
by State Press
Oct 22, 2007
“ASU had Obama fever Friday morning as more than 7,000 students and community members flooded Hayden Lawn to hear the presidential candidate speak.”
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Obama to visit ASU campus today
by State Press
Oct 20, 2007
“Students can rally for change with Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., this morning on Hayden Lawn.
The presidential candidate will address supporters at the event, which kicks off at 10 a.m.”

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Torain out for season
by State Press
Oct 19, 2007
“The long and distant look ASU football coach Dennis Erickson wore as he walked toward reporters after Wednesday's practice said it all.”
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Zeta Beta Tau returns to ASU after 30-year hiatus
by State Press
Oct 18, 2007
“The Interfraternity Council deemed a new addition to ASU Greek Life kosher earlier this semester.”
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Still betting it all a year later
by State Press
Oct 17, 2007
“Online gambling for real money may have been outlawed in 2006, but a year after the law went into effect, some ASU students are still cashing in.”
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Stepping out of the closet
by State Press
Oct 14, 2007
“ASU students came out in numbers Thursday for National Coming Out Day.”
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ASU workers will see more money in their pockets
by State Press
Oct 12, 2007
“In less than two months, all workers at ASU and in the state making minimum hourly wage will see a raise of 15 cents.”
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Weber does it all in ASU victory
by State Press
Oct 10, 2007
“Thomas Weber was as good as it can get.”
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Don't throw away that pizza box
by State Press
Oct 06, 2007
“ASU's Undergraduate Student Government is taking the campus recycling problems into their own hands, two residence halls at a time.”
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'I think we need change.'
by State Press
Oct 04, 2007
“Nearly 100 people gathered at the State Capital Tuesday night to declare it time to "turn the page" in Iraq with Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill.
Slideshow”

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Taking a stand against racial injustice
by State Press
Oct 03, 2007
“ASU students joined thousands of people from more than 25 college campuses Monday to participate in a national walkout in response to the Jena 6 case.”
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A golden state of mind
by State Press
Oct 02, 2007
“It had been a long time since the ASU football team left California with a conference win.”
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ASU reaches record enrollment
by State Press
Sep 29, 2007
“ASU has set another enrollment record this year, increasing by about 1.8 percent, according to official figures.”
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Reviews of ASU 101 are in
by State Press
Sep 26, 2007
“As the first five-week session of ASU 101 comes to a close, students and faculty are giving mixed reviews.”
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Sun Devils can't be stopped
by State Press
Sep 25, 2007
“Less than nine minutes into Saturday's game against Oregon State, the ASU football team found itself trailing Oregon State 19-0.”
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Protestors disrupt fundraiser
by State Press
Sep 22, 2007
“Several hundred community members at a cocktail reception for a fundraiser on Gammage lawn Thursday were noisily disrupted by about 50 marching, chanting and drumming demonstrators carrying signs.”
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Fashionably safe
by State Press
Sep 22, 2007
“Fashion-savvy students looking for a pink defense weapon to match their outfit are in luck thanks to Taser International.”
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A new beginning to an old tradition
by State Press
Sep 18, 2007
“Sunday afternoon was a once-in-a-lifetime experience for some ASU members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.”
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Think twice before tailgating
by State Press
Sep 15, 2007
“The practice of tailgating has become more than just a pre-football game routine, according to ASU Parking and Transit services.”
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Undocumented students may lose private funding
by State Press
Sep 14, 2007
“Undocumented ASU students may be forced to forfeit all private funds awarded from the University if public officials deem them unlawful.”
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Flags wave in honor of 9/11 victims
by State Press
Sep 12, 2007
“Thousands of flags cover the midfield of Tempe Beach Park for a patriotic tribute to the victims of the attacks of Sept. 11 and will remain at full-mast today.”
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Get in the spirit
by State Press
Sep 08, 2007
“Did you happen to miss the ASU football team's trouncing of the San Jose State Spartans? Check out our Soundslides presentation to experience Sun Devil football.”
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Global gripes
by State Press
Sep 05, 2007
“The ASU School of Global Studies is hoping the third year is the charm.
Since forming in 2004, disorganization and growing pains have caused frustration among Global Studies students, some of whom have switched majors as a result.”

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Sun Devils slaughter Spartans
by State Press
Sep 05, 2007
“The ASU football team made no secret of how it planned to attack San Jose State Saturday night from the first snap of the opening drive.
View Slideshow”

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Sun Devils drop Spartans 45-3
by State Press
Sep 03, 2007
“Dennis Erickson's debut as the head coach of the Sun Devil football team couldn't have gone any better.”
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Want free parking on campus?
by State Press
Sep 01, 2007
“In a semester when students are having to come up with creative solutions to the problem of where to park, Mormon students have had a solution built for them.”
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Katrina destruction still felt
by State Press
Aug 30, 2007
“Today marks the second anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, but for one ASU professor it's just another day in his efforts to rebuild what was destroyed.”
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