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Regents compromise with 5 percent tuition increase

Jake Lacey / ARIZONA DAILY WILDCAT
ASU President Michael Crow speaks at the ABOR meeting in Tucson Thursday.

The Arizona Board of Regents voted 7-3 to approve a statewide 5 percent increase for 2007-08 resident tuition Thursday, following a forceful appeal by some regents for a lower number.


Living with HIV

Red, for more than 150 student activists, is not just the color of blood and AIDS — it's the color of hope.





Living with HIV
Red, for more than 150 student activists, is not just the color of blood and AIDS — it's the color of hope.

With many students oblivious, ASASU constitution changes
The new Associated Students of ASU constitution passed Thursday - but less than 1 percent of Tempe campus students voted.

Police Beat
A male ASU employee reported a theft Wednesday afternoon at Wells Fargo Arena.


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.


Freshman Polk carries Devils early

Eric Binns / THE STATE PRESS

Attention anyone who guards Christian Polk - when he shoots a 3-pointer in your face and holds his follow-through he is not trying to insult you.


Women's hoops to play first game after tragedy

It won't be an easy road to victory for the ASU women's basketball team this weekend as it hosts the Verizon Wireless ASU classic.


Volleyball wins NCAA first round
The ASU volleyball team kept its season alive Thursday, defeating College of Charleston 3-1 in the first round of the NCAA tournament.


Men's hoops faces first road test
The ASU men's basketball team knew it had a lot of work ahead in preparation for its first road game of the season.


Wrestling heads to Las Vegas tourney
Sin City will be the perfect place to prove who will be the best bet this season.


Devil Dish
Dirk Koetter's time as the ASU football team's head coach is done.


Opinions: Ecuador's new leftist leadership shouldn't worry the United States

PATE: It's easy to get ourselves worked up over the election of leftist political leaders in South America, but we ought to keep the newest election in perspective.

It's not yet official, but the next Ecuadorian president - at least until the next coup - will almost certainly be Rafael Correa.

Though only 97 percent of ballot boxes have been counted, he has probably beaten out his biggest opposition...

Opinions: Money is the best gift this holiday season

RICKETSON: I've always loved Christmas. I love the lights, I love finding the perfect present for someone I love and wrapping it with shiny paper and ribbon, and I love the faint smell of cinnamon that always seems to be in the air.

On the other hand, I don't like the way the holiday becomes increasingly commercialized every year. By 2020, we'll probably be shopping for cards and ornaments in July and throwing down over a limited edition Family Values Barbie in October.


Opinions: Boos & Bravos
See what the editorial board Boos and Bravos this week.


Opinions: Letters to the Editor
Christopher Drexel's article Thursday that claimed Dirk Koetter shouldn't have been fired was completely absurd.


Cheaters never prosper

Jeremiah Armenta / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

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?


Local limelight: Making music isn't just for majors

In middle school, some students sign up for band so they don't have to take P.E.


Read provides a touch of holiday cheer
Over the Thanksgiving holiday I was consumed with the holiday spirit.


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 CollegeHumor.com.


You asked for it: Holiday hell
This past weekend was probably the first taste this year many of us had with the hell that is holiday travel.


Tech check: Not a blast into the past
A globe spins on the screen in front of you.


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