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US Airways' bid for Delta brings uncertainty

Ashley Lowery / THE STATE PRESS
ASU history sophomore Kevin DiFiore works as a US Airways fleet employee at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. He worked for America West Airlines when they merged with US Airways about a year ago. He says the proposed US Airways-Delta Air Lines merger would just be too much.

Kevin DiFiore said he worries mixing Delta Air Lines employees with US Airways workers is a recipe for disaster.

Benefits, not marriage, behind Prop. 107 defeat

Arizona's not going blue, even though it was the first state to shoot down a proposed constitutional amendment that would have strengthened the ban on same-sex marriage.

Two undergraduate VPs proposed
If students thought Undergraduate Student Government campaigns were excessive before, now they'll include a third running mate if a new Associated Students of ASU constitution is passed.

Essay-analysis software growing in popularity
SafeAssignment, the program aimed at helping students learn to properly cite information in papers, is still being tested, and minor kinks are still being worked out.

Downtown security in place
ASU and Phoenix police said while they are pleased with their Downtown campus security model this semester, the challenges of a new urban campus and connecting with students still exist.

Movie Review: Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny
BISHOP: I'm talking about Tenacious D, the heavyweight tag team of Jack Black and Kyle Gass.

Movie screening: Perfume: The Story of a Murderer
DreamWorks Pictures and ASU Web Devil invite you and a guest to a special advance screening of Perfume: The Story of a Murderer.

Photos: Déjà Vu, Nov. 23-Dec. 1
View photos from the weekend's events, Nov. 23-26. Continue to check back for pictures added throughout the week.

Concert calendar
A list of concerts, shows coming to the valley. Check back for updates.

Miller named to Pac-10 first team

Eric Binns

Junior tight end Zach Miller headed a group of 12 ASU players to receive all-conference recognition as he was named a first-team member of the All-Pac-10 Team.

Men's hoops goes for third straight win

With all the madness circulating around ASU athletics, there is actually something to cheer for - college hoops.

Devil Dish
In recent years, The State Press has been kind to Sun Devil starting quarterbacks, and with very good reason.

Opinions: Conservatives trigger-happy with political agenda in 'Happy Feet'

KEANE: A few weeks ago I saw the movie "Happy Feet" because, to be completely honest, I think penguins are adorable.

I was disappointed, however, to find that the liberal agenda was not propagandized nearly enough. Perhaps Michael Moore and Al Gore needed to have an integral role in the production of the film.

Either way, the children's movie was underpoliticized and, frankly, left much to be desired in the brainwashing of our nation's prepubescent population.

Opinions: Coach Koetter dismissal was the wrong call

THORSON: I've been a big supporter of Lisa Love and the personnel decisions she's made as our athletic director. But Monday, she pulled the plug too early on football coach Dirk Koetter.

I know many ASU football fans and members of the media will disagree with me, but by the same token, most ASU football players would probably agree with me.

Announcing her decision, Love commented that Koetter has taken the program to a wonderful place, but there is a higher platform ASU is looking for.

Opinions: Right choice, bad reasons
When the dust settled after the election on Nov. 7, many were quick to point to the rejection of Proposition 107 as a sign that Arizona's voters weren't against the idea of gay marriage.

Cover Story: The case of the ghost


Follow one student's search to discover the grandfather she
never knew through the campus architecture he left behind.

Starbucks takes over the world

For ASU senior Matt Linden, Starbucks is not just a coffee shop, it's an experience.

The real punk
While not to be confused with Danish rockabilly outfit HorrorPops, it seems that The Horrors' members draw similar influence to their brand of heavy, fast-paced punk rock.

Marathon woman
Political science sophomore Lianne Russo has hated running all her life. She's hated early mornings even more.

Autumn in Arizona?
Autumn announced its September arrival with brisk weather, trees painted in red, yellow and orange leaves and harvest festivals in many parts of the country.

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