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New magazines look to students for niche market

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS
HOT OFF THE PRESS: Speech and hearing science junior Caitlin Leete reads A College Affair magazine while waiting coffee for on the Tempe campus Thursday.

Four new magazines have joined an already saturated market in an attempt to find remaining untargeted readers in the Valley.


Belts off, helmets on in Ariz.

Safety comes second for a growing number of Arizonans, a recent report stated.


Wow, no homework and the prof is hot

For Natalie Lezaja, a psychology sophomore, ratemyprofessors.com is almost as important for scheduling classes as the schedule itself.





Doctoral programs earn high rankings
ASU doctoral faculty have kept busy, earning three of ASU's doctoral programs a place among the nation's best, according to a recent study.

Police Beat
A 23-year-old Phoenix man was arrested Wednesday evening at a Goodwill store, 805 East Guadalupe Road, and charged with theft.


Calendar: Jan. 18-24, 2007
Calendar of events: Sports, Film, Theatre & Art.

PTS: News & Updates
Intersection of Mill Avenue and University Drive restricted Jan. 15 - March 15

Sophia Bush plays new role in 'The Hitcher'
"One Tree Hill" acctress Sophia Bush talks about her new role in "The Hitcher."


Showin' off in front of the kids

Eric Binns / THE STATE PRESS

The No. 10 ASU women's basketball team dominated the visiting UCLA Bruins 92-52 Thursday in front of thousands of fanatic kids at the inaugural "Sparky's Kids to College Field Trip" at Wells Fargo Arena.


Devils fall short to UCLA in upset bid

The ASU men's basketball team jumped out to a 17-6 lead over the UCLA Bruins at Pauley Pavilion last night, and almost outlasted the heavily favored No. 2 team in the nation.


Sun Devils return home briefly, travel to New York
The ASU wrestling team is back in Tempe to compete after taking on some of the East Coast's finest.


Hockey takes on Ferris State
The ASU Men's Ice Hockey team will take on the Ferris State University Bulldogs Friday and Saturday at the Alltel Ice Den in Scottsdale.


Devil Dish
The 7 deadly sports sins


Opinions: Reflections on a hanging

RICHARDSON: On a 1300-plus mile road trip from Tempe back home to Arkansas, without the benefit of a steady National Public Radio signal, I was dumbstruck to find my grandmother glued to Fox News coverage of Saddam Hussein's hanging when we arrived at her house.

I managed to pry her away from the TV screen just long enough to enjoy a sushi dinner. We caught up on each other's lives over hot tea and avoided discussing politics, an area we haven't agreed on since I was five.

Opinions: I've learned from Michael Jordan

HULL: Friends, let's take a journey into the past. Specifically, let's remember how Michael Jordan once ruled the basketball court.

If you're as old as I am, you can hearken back to your middle school days, noting how many national championships he helped win, how many most valuable player awards he garnered, and impressively, how many pairs of underpants he sold.


Opinions: Boos & Bravos
Boos & Bravos


On the Cover: From conflict to classroom

Joey Mannino / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

More than 3,015 American military members won't be coming home from Iraq. Here's the story of three ASU student-Marines who did.


Don't I know you?: Q&A with Drew Nelson

Drew Nelson, a supply chain management junior, has infinite patience when it comes to his side job - substitute school bus driver.


Hot Spot: The Sugar Bowl
Sugar Bowl guests find themselves in a 50s-style ice cream parlor, reminiscent of shops in movies like "Grease."


Tech check: Launch into computer relief
Although it's no replacement for therapy, the USB Missile Launcher by Brando Workshop may be the cure for all your computer-related tension.


A look at love
Jade Montoya and Joe Laureanti are what most would consider the average, young Tempe couple. Despite their occasional arguments, they have been together for 11 months.


'700 Sundays' hits Gammage
"700 Sundays" is a relatable, entertaining, comedic Broadway play written and performed by actor Billy Crystal.


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