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ASU Hawaii-bound with bowl bid

Sun Devil players celebrate after beating UA 28-14 in Tucson last week. The victory means they’re headed to Hawaii.

Like Bruce Snyder before him, coach Dirk Koetter will coach his final game at the helm of the Sun Devil football program in the Aloha State.

ASU team journeys to the center of the Earth

An ASU seismologist and his team may have discovered a new layer of rock between the Earth's core and mantle.

Famed cartoonist visits campus
"I have a zoo in my room."

CIA sets the record straight
If a student wants to drive a BMW with a rocket launcher, stop criminal masterminds or roll around in a bed of diamonds with Halle Berry - the CIA might not be the way to go.

Crow: tuition proposal could stay same, even if legislature ups funding
Despite a 17 percent state-funding increase last year, ASU still needs a large pile of state money to fully fund growth, University President Michael Crow said Tuesday on Tempe's monthly television talk show.

Expert discusses problems in Middle East at ASU
Israel is ready to negotiate peace in the Middle East as long as terrorism comes to an end, Yossi Olmert, brother of Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, said Tuesday evening.

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.

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.

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

ASU defense steps up in blowout


The ASU men's basketball team picked up their defensive intensity Tuesday night, crushing the visiting Northern Colorado Bears 66-51 at Wells Fargo Arena.

The Sun Devils built up a 20-point lead by halftime, which allowed them to pick up their third consecutive win on Ned Wulk Court.

"I thought our guys came out anxious to play," ASU coach Herb Sendek said.

Hump Day Hoopla: Week began well, keeps going bad
The past five days have been so loaded with sports action and news that I think I'm having an overdose.

Devil Dish
With the college football season coming to a close, many teams - including our own - are feeling, and satisfying the need, to start anew with fresh coaches.

Opinions: Call grandparents, they have a history lesson

WADDING: Western culture, in general, just doesn't respect old people.

Most of us dread reaching old age, are obsessed with keeping up a youthful appearance and are dismissive of older people. Why is that?

In most Eastern cultures, old people are revered and old age isn't something dreaded. Old people are looked at as wise and experienced beings, from which we can learn innumerable lessons.

Opinions: Online game an unhealthy escape from reality

NEFF: It's rare that I feel fascination and excitement so strongly mingled with an urge to throw up.

What I'm talking about, exactly, is the online world of Second Life. If you haven't heard all the hot buzz, Second Life is a massively multiplayer online game world run out of San Francisco by a company known as Linden Labs.

Like the Matrix, to truly understand it you must see it for yourself, but my paltry words may shed some weak light on its grisly fullness.

Opinions: Letters to The Editor
Love made the right call

Judging from her column Tuesday, Laura Thorson clearly doesn't understand football.

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.

Tech check: Video game showdown
Gamers around the world will rejoice this week as Sony releases the PlayStation 3 tomorrow and Nintendo releases the Wii on Sunday, Nov. 19. Each of these new video game systems caters to a different type of player.

You asked for it: Bedroom brawling
Maybe it's the upcoming holidays the chilly 70-degree temperatures, but it seems like everyone is pairing off pretty fast these days (Britney and K-Fed excluded).

Local Limelight: A bunch of damn hippies
Sporting long hair and beards and drinking organic chai, Bo and Kristopher have set out to turn their twist on folk rock into a new genre.

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