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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.

Cover Story: Keeping the culture
Jeremiah Armenta / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE
Kimi Serna, Ms. Indian ASU,  says students are still blinded by sterotypes against American Indian students. “[They think] that we’re drunks, that we’re freeloaders, that we think we deserve special treatment...” she says. American Indian students are less likely to continue attending ASU after their first year than any other racial group.

In The Know
I have no idea what it's like to be a minority.

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.

Culture Shock: Demonic, not dangerous
Buddhist gods are often artistically depicted as fierce and ferocious. But despite their scary appearances, the "Demonic Divine in Himalayan Art" exhibit at the Phoenix Art Museum shows that they are friends, not foes.

Tech Check: World of wacky
For anyone sick of all the World of Warcraft talk, the good people at Asymmetric Publications have created a means of taking out your frustrations.

You Asked For It: Bring on the buddies
Dear Lisa, I am a freshman...

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.

A guide to going abroad
Katie Lehman / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE
The souvenirs from studying abroad are well worth the trip. But it’s important to make sure you’re prepared before you embark on your journey to a foreign country, whether you’re traveling for school or just for fun. 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
Joseph Mannino / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE
No, this woman isn’t leaning against a painting. She is in the painting. Art One displays art you wouldn’t typically see in Scottsdale. A longtime tourist stop, downtown Scottsdale houses dozens of galleries selling traditional western art in $400 frames.

Students serving students
Jeremiah Armenta / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE
Mesa middle school student Elizabeth Gutierrez (right) does her homework as her tutor, ASU freshman Tawaya Board works on her papers in Mesa, Arizona Wednesday. Sociology and religious studies senior Ryan Sarver knows how to get a kid interested in sociology.

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