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'Coffee' ups campus discourse


Ashley Lowery / THE STATE PRESS
Students gather outside of the Starbucks at the W.P. Carey School of Business Tuesday afternoon for "Coffee with the Times" hosted by ASU political science professor Richard Herrera.
With coffee in hand, students debated national politics Tuesday during what student leaders hope will become a biweekly chance to talk about global affairs.

Undergraduate Student Government hosted the first "Coffee with the Times," a meeting at the Starbucks location in the W.P. Carey School of Business.

Free coffee, cookies and copies of The New York Times were on hand as political science professor Richard Herrera, this week's speaker, answered questions from about 15 students.

Decorations get mixed messages

Despite a near lawsuit over freedom of speech last semester, it is still unclear whether door or window decorations are allowed in residence halls.

Some students are being told they aren't allowed to put items of personal expression where someone else might see it.

But Residential Life officials may not be behind the enforcement.

IMs gain ground in workplace

Businesses have taken a hint from teens on how to communicate more efficiently.

Instant messaging, once trendy just among young people, has now become a mainstream form of communication for businesses.

By the end of the year, 867 million instant messaging accounts will be active, according to the Radicati Group, a market research firm.
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SPORTS

Makoski scores on field, in class

Heading into this weekend's New Mexico Classic, senior midfielder Manya Makoski is near the top of the ASU stat sheet in every major category.

Equally impressive is Makoski's performance in the classroom. Makoski is a Barrett Honors College student and has been the prototypical definition of "student-athlete" during her time in Tempe.
SPORTS

Golf starts season across Pacific

The ASU women's golf team started season play Tuesday in Fukushima, Japan, ending day one of the three-day Topy Cup in second place.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Lord of the Discs


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SWEET VENGEANCE

Revenge feels good, especially when directed at a group who has wronged you.

Just ask ASU business senior Jared Mercier and his alter-ego "Scott Ron."
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Meet the LOTD Production Team

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Health Fraud: Your favorite smoothy might taste healthy but...

As you rush around campus every day, it's easy to grab a quick snack in the form of trendy drinks from Jamba Juice or Starbucks.
MOVIES

'Transporter 2' delivers more of the same, but still entertaining

After seeing "The Transporter 2," I realized how unbelievable action films are starting to get.
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