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FACE AIDS battles an epidemic one pin at a time

Bettina Hansen / THE STATE PRESS
EPIDEMIC: Chelsea Thomsen, founder of the ASU chapter of FACE AIDS, holds one the pins the group sells to raise money for Africans infected with AIDS and HIV.

A group of ASU students are trying to get their peers to face AIDS.

ASU bids for '08 presidential debate

Secret service agents combed the campus. National journalists hosted their TV shows straight from Hayden Lawn. Student protesters supported their candidate of choice with large, homemade posters.

Public market offers fresh options
Settled next to howling machines ripping the streets as part of the light rail construction, the Downtown Phoenix Public Market stands - a stark contrast with its organic, locally made food and art to all the mechanical sights.

Mitchell: Pell Grant funding 'bait and switch'
President Bush sent his proposed 2008 budget to the U.S. Congress Monday, which included the biggest increase in Pell Grants in 30 years.

Via online courses, prof hopes to end repeat trips to jail
ASU and LifePilot, a self-guidance organization, have teamed up to offer an online, values- and goal-based program to inmates in hopes of reducing the chances they'll make a return trip to jail.

Police Beat

Cronkite Newswatch
Visit Cronkite Newswatch to see streaming video of newscasts, and air times.

AIDS Week Schedule
AIDS Week events

Photo slideshows
Tunedig Shindig
Pow wow
Candlelight vigil | Virginia Tech
Fire consumes house

Movie Premier: Norbit
Paramount Pictures and the ASU Web Devil invite you and a guest to a special advance screening of Norbit.

Alpha Epsilon Pi to host charity Battle of the Bands
Rock out at Alpha Epsilon Pi's Battle of the Bands, a charity event being hosted to donate supplies to military hospitals overseas.

Falls hurt Devils attempts on road


The ASU gymnastics team suffered its third consecutive loss of the season on Friday against No. 16 Oregon State.

ASU baseball should sever ties with Bonds

Now that another pro football season has unfortunately come to an end and spring break plans are coming together for many of us, that can only mean one thing - baseball is near.

Devils are no longer the underdogs
Competitive. Crazy. Outgoing. Epic.

Water polo starts 1-3
The 2007 ASU women's water polo season got off to a rocky start last weekend, as the team went 1-3 and placed seventh in the Stanford Invitational in Palo Alto, Calif.

Devil Dish
With the NBA All-Star Game being played in Las Vegas in two weeks, the scrutiny of sport athletes and gambling will surface.

Opinions: Solution to drug problem: just legalize them all

NEFF: There was a slew of alarming reports this week about the drug problem in Arizona.

The East Valley Tribune reports a rising prevalence of Mexican black-tar heroin in Valley high schools, along with rumblings that a popular, candy-like pill from Thailand called Yaba - a mixture of methamphetamine and caffeine - is gaining popularity, and a notice on the increasing difficulty of obtaining in-patient substance-abuse treatment in Phoenix.

Opinions: Giuliani has the traits of a perfect candidate

WADE: Two days ago, America's Mayor Rudy Giuliani filed his statement of candidacy with the Federal Election Commission. He is now the candidate other potential presidential nominees will watch, and will undoubtedly move to the position of Republican front-runner.

And rightfully so - Giuliani is a viable politician.

Opinions: Really, we're great hosts
Presidential hopefuls aren't the only ones campaigning almost two years in advance for election advantages.

On the Cover: Going green


Part of President Crow's New American University plan involves making ASU a sustainable campus. Now if he would only just clue the rest of us in to what on earth that means...

Local Limelight: Icy Core of Jupiter is hot

You're holding the edge of a patchwork parachute, waving it up and down while spinning in a circle.

Go West, young student

Watch out, Tempe.

Local Limelight: Icy Core of Jupiter is hot
You're holding the edge of a patchwork parachute, waving it up and down while spinning in a circle.

Hot Spot: Mac's Broiler and Tap
Tempe is lacking in "Cheers"-like neighborhood pubs that skip the glitz and focus on good drinks and exceptional food. Mac's on Guadalupe Road and McClintock Drive is the exception.

Brite's Bites: No weeping necessary for this willow
La vie boheme isn't just for the French (or the cast of "Rent"). At the Willow House in Phoenix, bohemia is alive and well.

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