Serving Arizona State University Online Since 1995  Current Issue: Thursday, March 31, 2005



STUDENT MEDIA LINKS








SEARCH
FEATURES
LINKS

 

 


TOP STORIES

Travel agency blamed for stranding students

About 130 students are still waiting to be reimbursed from a travel agency that left them stranded at the Mexican border during spring break.

Spanish and biology junior Daisy De La Torre was one of the mostly ASU and UA students who were marooned.

"It took us 28 hours total to get home," she said.

Falkner remembered: Peoria is 'Brandon's house'

When members of the Peoria High School football team take the field, they're asked, "Whose house?"

The typical reply: "This is Peoria's house!"

On Wednesday night, Peoria's Jantzen Field was "Brandon's house."

Crow named to foreign policy think tank

ASU President Michael Crow has joined the ranks of foreign policy thinkers around the country with his recent appointment to the Council on Foreign Relations, a foreign policy think tank.

The Council on Foreign Relations, founded in 1921, is a national membership organization that pulls together scholars, policy makers and foreign relations experts.
more CAMPUS NEWS
more WEB EXTRA
more OPINIONS
SPORTS

Collins named finalist for Middle Tenn. State AD post

The mint julep has long been the beverage of choice for discerning Southerners, but Middle Tennessee State might be switching to Tom Collins.

Middle Tennessee State has named Collins, ASU's senior associate athletic director for external affairs, one of four finalists for its vacant athletic director job.
SPORTS

Athletics faces changing of guard

With the shot clock winding down before Athletic Director Gene Smith must shoot to Ohio State, ASU still has more than a few questions surrounding the athletic department.

University officials said the death of former ASU defensive back Brandon Falkner has shifted some of their focus away from the search for answers about the AD opening.
more MORE SPORTS
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

An art of their own


ON THE COVER
A skateboarder rolls down University Drive and quickly slaps a light pole with a custom-designed sticker, leaving behind a symbol of himself, his crew and his passion.

Down the street, students walk past an electrical box showcasing the names of graffiti artists who left their mark, if only for a few days.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

This and That: Making a buck

Danielle Rainwater is standing above an inflatable slide more than 20 feet off the ground. Artificial wind from a giant fan blows in her face and hair. After one last deep breath, she takes the leap.

But this isn't Rainwater's extreme sport fantasy. Today, it's her job. Like many college students, Rainwater -- an incoming English linguistics freshman -- knows what it's like to be short on cash and would do almost anything for money.
more MORE A&E
more COMICS
Sponsors
RC Helicopters


Copyright 2001-06, ASU Web Devil. All rights reserved. No reprints without permission.

Online Editor In Chief: Jolie McCullough | Online Adviser: Jason Manning | Technical Contact: Jason Wulf

Contact Info | Privacy Policy