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USG takes tech fee to student voters

Christopher Atwood / THE STATE PRESS
STUDENT DEMOCRACY IN ACTION: Chairperson of the Technology Fee Action Committee Carmen Ronan spoke at a USG meeting about a proposed mandatory student technology fee Tuesday.

Students will have the opportunity to give their input on a proposed $100 technology fee, the Undergraduate Student Government decided Tuesday.

She's in it to win, but can she?

All the United States needs right now might be a woman's touch, according to a recent poll.

Grant aids language center
A recent $1 million donation will benefit ASU students by bringing students and faculty from across the globe to campus and increasing study abroad opportunities.

Merit scholar enrollment jumps again
ASU enrolled more freshman National Merit Scholars in fall 2006 than ever before, ranking eighth in the nation among all public and private universities.

Downtown students look to develop constitution
A student group's biweekly meeting will be a catalyst for a constitution on the Downtown campus, said Matthew Besenfelder, public programs representative.

Nightlife leaves some students lonely
It's Monday night and The Willow House is alive. It sits pulsing on the corner of McDowell Road and Third Avenue in Phoenix; its many small rooms casting light at crazy angles into the cold night.

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

Mr. Sendek, meet Mr. Olson


The ASU men's basketball team will travel to Tucson to take on the No. 11 UA Wildcats tonight in the first of two match-ups between the schools this season.

Black Super Bowl coaches long time coming

I am normally one of the first people to admit that making an issue about race when it doesn't need to be is annoying.

Devils return solid nucleus from year ago
The ASU women's water polo team is about to make a splash.

Devil Dish
After years of being a loyal Madden Football franchise aficionado, I've recently switched to another EA sports franchise, FIFA.

Opinions: ASU must commit to well-rounded education

NEFF: Gather round, my sparkly-eyed little children, 'tis high time for a personal narrative from your near-sighted achy-boned ole pappy.

Lucia Bill's column Monday denouncing those nasty ole sci-tech snobs for downgrading her perfectly valuable poli-sci degree got me to a-ruminating, and soon the thoughts began a-festering, and now my wise ole words feel the need to tumble from my cracked and aged lips.

What I'm talking about is the ancient, never ending war between the humanities and the sciences.

Opinions: Supreme Court oversteps its bounds on hot button issues

WADE: With the March for Life having taken place on Monday in various cities, the topic of abortion is once again in the news and on people's minds.

Mention the word abortion anywhere and you're sure to trigger an intense reaction amid the critics and supporters who are equally passionate about their perspective. It's an issue with people on both sides so deeply entrenched that many will never change their viewpoint or even be able to find common ground.

Opinions: Letters to the Editor
"JanetCare" would provide a step in the right direction

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.

On the Runway: The New Black

A pair of leggings can divide opinions as much as any political debate. For every girl that absolutely loves sporting the calf-hugging cutoffs under her miniskirt, there's another girl that is scowling at the pair in confusion.

Local Limelight: Following the leader
In a world blurred by drugs, gangs and violence, Samuel Young, now 28, had little hope of pursuing any dream he had.

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

Top 5: Worst ASU moments of 2006
See what made the worst ASU moments of 2006.

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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