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Entrepreneurial students look to Grand Canyon University

Christopher Atwood / THE STATE PRESS
Former ASU professor Peter Burns is starting up a new College of Entrepreneurship with Grand Canyon University in Phoenix this January.

Management junior Merlin Ward said a new entrepreneurship program at Grand Canyon University has him thinking about leaving ASU.

Grant gives more students an 'advantage'

A scholarship program that has brought over 600 low-income students to ASU could bring hundreds more next year due to broader eligibility.

Award-winning cartoonist, writer on campus throughout week
Laughter echoed throughout Gammage Auditorium Tuesday as Jules Feiffer charmed the audience during ASU's 2006 Flinn Foundation Centennial Lecture.

Tiny beads, big help
An object as small as a bead can mean the world to a Turkish girl trying to go to school, said ASU student Holly Naegle.

Police Beat
A 16-year-old boy was arrested in Lot 59 and charged with reckless driving and driving without a license.

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.

Crow, Love should have kept Koetter

Ashley Lowery / THE STATE PRESS

Already burdened with the knowledge of his imminent termination, football coach Dirk Koetter was as animated and as jovial as he's ever been during his 6-year tenure at ASU following the Sun Devils' 28-14 victory over UA Saturday night.

After he had just told UA coach Mike Stoops he would get fired the next day, Koetter talked a little smack while accepting the Territorial Cup Trophy...

Volleyball set for NCAA tournament
It was just earlier this month that the ASU volleyball team was two games under .500 and had its back against the wall in pursuit of the postseason.

Women's hoops refocus
On the brink of its third early-season tournament of the year, the ASU women's basketball team will have heavy hearts when it takes the court this weekend for the Verizon Wireless ASU Classic.

Devil Dish
After its opening loss to NAU, I admit the first thing that crossed my mind was a 10-win season and a winless Pac-10 record for the ASU men's basketball team this year.

Opinions: University tuition, fees will undoubtedly increase next year

HANSON: Also, the sky is blue.

As displeasing as tuition increases are, there is clearly a need for increased revenues for this University. If current projections released by ASU administration hold true, ASU will have 95,000 students by the year 2020.

Merely maintaining the quality of education and infrastructure at its current levels will necessitate massive investment in the University.

Opinions: Cures for finals stress

THOMPSON: I'm not afraid final exams are here, I'm just surprised to see that they're back so soon.

They crept up slowly, and even though I've known they've been looming all year, I didn't realize their impending doom until they started to nibble at me this week.

Late-night studying, hours of paper writing, stressing over final projects. For the first time this semester, I actually thought about doing these things.

It seems like there's something due in every class. It's a conspiracy.

Opinions: Let's talk about sexes
Writers are always looking for that easy headline: something quick and punchy that will hook their readers' attention.

Cheaters never prosper


Academic dishonesty has become easier than ever. With the push of a button on an iPod, cell phone or PDA, students can have the answers to test questions and custom-written essays at their fingertips. But how is ASU responding to this new cheating challenge?

Waltzing away from boring bars

Booty shaking and belly shirts may define a night out for most club hoppers.

On the runway: Fleur'ting with style
There's nothing like a new boutique to tease out fresh fashion trends, especially one as seductive as Fleur't, whose opening on Nov. 17 was dominated by two of the season's most popular trends: skull designs and customizable clothing.

Culture shock: ASU is No. 32
Apparently ASU isn't as concerned with sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll as we all thought. That is, according to

Brite's bites: A slice of Italian heaven
Well, faithful readers and fellow food lovers, it's time to say farewell, as this is the last SPM of the semester.

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