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Troop surge, new policy prove divisive

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS
STUDENTS RESPOND: Anthropology senior Eric Hirsch attended a protest in response to a new Iraq policy that calls for an increase of 21,500 troops.

A major announcement by the president about the Iraq war spurred some ASU students to cut their winter breaks short and break out their picket signs.

Rock art possibly damaged in prank

An ASU-UA rivalry prank may have damaged centuries-old American Indian rock art on "A" Mountain. The week of the November ASU-UA football game between the intrastate rivals, vandals painted a large, red "A" on the north side of Hayden Butte, commonly known as "A" Mountain.

Construction affects more than traffic
It is a word that gives ASU students and faculty commuters the chills: construction.

Students seek bookstore alternatives
Long lines, heavy books and empty pockets may be a thing of the past for textbook shoppers this semester.

South-campus construction shutters parts of nine lots
Construction of the South Campus Residential Community near Sahuaro Hall fenced in parts of nine surface parking lots over the break, forcing some students to park in a different location this semester.

Faces of Ben, Faces of Metal
Big Ben, a 27-year-old Tempe mechanic with a reddish goatee, was practicing with his metal band, Malo de Dentro, in a Phoenix warehouse.

A big ball of hope
This is the last year for Serge Angounou to realize his dream on the basketball court. This is his last chance to make it into the NBA.

Devils winless in Pac-10 play


The ASU men's basketball team is the only squad in the Pac-10 without a win in conference play.

Erickson takes over football program

After a two-week search, ASU Vice President of Athletics Lisa Love chose Dennis Erickson Dec. 11 to be the new head coach of ASU football.

Zach takes Miller Time to NFL

Next season, the ASU football team will have to look elsewhere when they need "The Truth."

New year, old problems for Devils
The new year has brought few bright spots for the ASU wrestling team.

Brooklyn excels for men's tennis at San Diego tourney
Men's tennis freshman Matt Brooklyn went 3-0 for the 57th-ranked Sun Devils at San Diego State University's Aztec Invitational last weekend.

Devil's Dish
It's hard to tell whether Dennis Erickson was the best choice to be the new ASU football coach.

Opinions: Health care system due for check up

SERVIS: All it takes to see how health-crazed our society has become is to flip on the television and watch commercial after commercial tell us how this pill can cure that pain.

But for a people so concerned about our health, we care remarkably little about the state of our health care system. However, it is precisely our health care system that we should be worried about.

Opinions: STDs not what they used to be

TRAYWICK: Sexually transmitted diseases aren't as black and white any more as they used to be.

We can still divide ourselves among those who have them and those who don't, but there's much more to the story than that.

Sexual history, orientation and morality can now have little or nothing to do with which category you are in. In fact, your chance of contracting an STD no longer relies on your promiscuity or your use of protection.

Opinions: What's in a name?
Words are powerful. This simple statement should have been taken to heart when the story of the Duke rape trial first broke.

Marathon rocks Tempe

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS

Step by step, breath by breath, runners sweated with dedication.

The crowds at the finish line roared as the first five runners battled it out to the end, steadily pushing themselves for the last mile of their 26.2-mile journey.

'Alpha Dog's' bark as bad as its bite
Jesse James Hollywood is one of the youngest people to have ever been on the FBI's "Ten Most Wanted Fugitives" list.

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