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Student dies on SRC field

Christopher Atwood / THE STATE PRESS
The Student Recreation Complex fields were closed Wednesday, following the death of ASU student Ian Morley Tuesday.

An 18-year-old ASU student died Tuesday night after collapsing at the Student Recreation Complex fields during a game of flag football.

Controversial complex a step closer

A student-housing complex on South Campus has passed another hurdle, gaining approval from the ASU-Tempe Joint Review Committee Wednesday night

'06 Election: Warren Severin
Entrepreneur Warren Severin, 55, is running is running against District 5 Republican incumbent J.D. Hayworth and Democrat Harry Mitchell for the U.S. House of Representatives.

'06 Election: Harry Mitchell
Former Tempe mayor and state Senator Harry Mithell, 66, is running against
District 5 Republican incumbent J.D. Hayworth and Libertarian Warren Severin for the U.S. House of Representatives.

Police Beat
A 19-year-old ASU student was given a citation for unlawful use of a license Tuesday morning in Sahuaro Hall.

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

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

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.

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.

Movie Review: Stranger Than Fiction
There is a quote by the famous modern essayist and fiction writer, Salman Rushdie that goes right to the core meaning and plot of what Will Ferrell's movie, "Stranger Than Fiction" is about.

Movie Review: It's all 'sweet' in this 'land'
As the car flipped in mid air, rolling from front end over the back end, actress Elizabeth Reaser screamed.

DVD Reviews: October releases
John L. Bishop reviews DVDs released in October 2006.

Pollak leads O-line through tough times


Mike Pollak has long understood what it's like to be the center of attention.

Oldenkamp proves dynamic for Devils

Alissa Oldenkamp had big shoes to fill when she stepped into a playmaker role for the ASU women's soccer team prior to this season.

Devil Dish
Thursday Three

Women's golf finishes second
Any golfer will tell you, the best way to win a tournament is avoid posting crooked numbers.

Opinions: 'Don't Vote' campaign pushes dangerously biased stance

Don't vote.

That is what the American Association of Retired Persons wants you to do.

According to the recent "Don't Vote" ad campaign paid for by the AARP, you should not vote, unless you know where the candidates stand on "the issues."

Opinions: Costume awards for 2006

Halloween is over and the crazy costumes have disappeared from the orange runway that is Mill Avenue, but here at The State Press, we just couldn't let the holiday die (get it?) without sharing our opinions on a best and worst dressed awards list.

Opinions: Who do we like best?
This year, The State Press editorial board has decided to take a stance in several key races. Wednesday we covered some of the more controversial ballot initiatives; today we'll talk about some of the candidates.

Cover Story: Keeping the culture


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

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.

Students first

A longtime tourist stop, downtown Scottsdale houses dozens of galleries selling traditional western art in $400 frames.

Local Limelight: Stiletto Formal is back in town
After months of touring, Stiletto Formal is back in Phoenix. And it feels good to be home.

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.

Brite's Bites: Breakfast and beer
Kiltlifter, 8th Street Ale and Oatmeal Stout may be why most people head to Four Peaks Brewing Company, but believe it or not, the bar's vast selection of home-brewed beers isn't the best thing it has to offer.

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

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

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