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Mr. Mitchell goes to Washington

Kelley Karnes / THE STATE PRESS
AROUND THE BLOCK: Harry Mitchell, left, responds to a question at a public forum night at the Tempe City Council Chambers in 2004.

Forty-five years after graduating from ASU with a political science degree, Harry Mitchell was back at the University on Nov. 2 looking at a sea of students on Hayden Lawn.

One group mourns,
another rejoices

ASU students met the 34th anniversary of legalized abortion on campus with a protest Monday and a celebration planned for today.

New halls planned to make room for incoming students
More than $100 million will go into a high-rise, student housing project to make way for incoming students at the Downtown Phoenix Campus.

Windstorm keeps ski peak closed
Would-be skiers across the state will have to wait at least one more weekend to hit the slopes after conditions on Arizona's biggest peak unexpectedly changed over the weekend.

ASU West passes community park job into the city's hands
ASU West has completed the first part of its community park after 10 months of construction and is now handing the job over to the city of Phoenix.

Middle schoolers keep the dream alive
Decades after Martin Luther King, Jr. dreamed that people would be judged by their character and not their color, area middle-school children marched at ASU West to show that his dream lives on.

Police Beat
An 18-year-old male ASU student was arrested Thursday evening in Palo Verde Main residence hall on charges of being a minor in possession of alcohol.

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

Wave goodbye to the pigskin and say hello to the hoops season
As the semester turns from fall into spring, the sports seasons make the transition as well.

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

Boone fills big shoes as captain

Bettina Hansen / THE STATE PRESS

April Boone said she's not worried about living up to Ashley Kelly's legacy.

Statistics favor Wildcats entering Wednesday's rivalry game

For the ASU men's basketball squad, Wednesday's upcoming road game at intrastate rival and No. 11 UA will serve as the biggest test for coach Herb Sendek's young team so far this season.

Depleted Ice Devils winless in weekend series
Coming into last weekend, the ASU club ice hockey team hoped to surpass the .500 mark on the season with a sweep over Ferris State University.

Devil Dish
Marijuana seems to be lighting the NFL ablaze as of late.

Opinions: Solution in Iraq begins with end of oil addiction

SERVIS: I am dreaming of the day when gasoline costs $10 per gallon.

Not because global warming may cause Greenland and Antarctic to melt into our seas, eventually submerging lower Manhattan, portions of Florida and Asian coasts.

Not because global warming may cause an increase in the frequency and destructiveness of storms, bringing more and worse Katrinas to ravage our coasts.

Opinions: People still don't understand Roe v. Wade 34 years later

TRAYWICK: With yesterday marking the 34th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the groundbreaking judicial opinion that changed the landscape of women's reproductive rights in America, many popular areas of protest probably found their own landscape slightly changed: colored with pro-choicers loudly celebrating a landmark decision, and littered with equally idealistic pro-lifers hissing provocative words like "baby killer" in their confettied wake.

Opinions: Letters to the Editor
Price should reconsider his own deadly sins.

On the Cover: From conflict to classroom


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.

Phoenix 'resto-bar' offers Mexican fusion dishes
Whether looking for a date spot, happy hour or lunch with friends, diners will find the reasonable prices and savory cuisine of Ticoz to be a pleasant solution.

Here's hoping 'Trucks' just had a bad night
The greatest thing about music festivals is the element of surprise.

You Asked 4 It: Who is SPM's new advice columnist?
Since the lovely Ms. Lisa Przystup has retired from writing her advice column, I am the new advice columnist.

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