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Student lobbyists take on Capitol

Jamie Scharer / THE STATE PRESS
Students from all state universities took to the State Capitol Thursday to lobby. Executive Director of ASA Serena Unrein and Chris Brown register and acclimate students who met with state legislators.

Sun Devils, Lumberjacks and Wildcats joined forces Thursday to meet with legislators at the State Capitol - chief among their concerns was financial aid and censorship.


Release of sex offenders brings zip code total to 15

Two convicted sex offenders were released from prison last week and will reside within two miles of ASU.


Pelosi slated to make
ASU visit

U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi will be on campus Monday to address higher education concerns and college affordability.





If at first it doesn't succeed, the Mint tries and tries again
After repeatedly failing to produce a popular $1 coin, the U.S. Mint is at it again, with the Thursday release of a presidential coin series.

Pulitzer winner talks about changes on land's highest court
New York Times Supreme Court correspondent Linda Greenhouse spoke about the importance of Supreme Court Justices to approximately 300 people at a lecture Thursday.

Student government launches safety campaign
Denise Prichard walks from her class by Hayden Library to her apartment at Rural and Terrace roads each night wondering whether she'll arrive home unharmed.

Police Beat
An 18-year-old ASU student was arrested in Sonora Center Residence Hall Tuesday afternoon on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia.


Calendar: Feb. 15-21, 2007
Music, comedy & events to do, Feb. 15-21, 2007.

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

EARTH TALK: Animals used for dissection in classrooms
Dear EarthTalk: Are the animals used in classroom dissection taken from the wild? If so, wouldn't this be endangering their populations?

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

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


Devils' upset bid falls short

Eric Binns / THE STATE PRESS

What is the difference between a top-5 men's basketball team like the UCLA Bruins and a team that has lost 15 games in a row like ASU?


Missouri is Devils' latest victim

Being down halfway through a game is an unfamiliar scenario for the ASU baseball team.


Devils must learn from first meeting
When the ASU men's basketball team meets the No. 22 USC Trojans for the second time this season on Sunday night at Wells Fargo Arena, the Sun Devils must show up in the second half.


Olympic Sports Roundup
The ASU track and field team heads north again this weekend to participate in the Southwest Invitational in Flagstaff Saturday.


Softball to host second tourney
The No. 2 ASU softball team made some history this week.


Opinions: 'Every breathalyzer you take'

HULL: When it comes to this year's Grammy Awards, you can forget about the Dixie Chicks keeping it real. You can ignore Mary J. Blige's attempt to teach us all about the birds and the R&Bs. And you can most definitely suspend your delight in Ludacris' joint marriage proposal to Oprah Winfrey and Bill O'Reilly, where he made no bones about wanting to be with them for the rest of his life and move with them to Puerto Rico to become the Trans-American Triple Terror.

Opinions: Mental illness is not a choice

RICKETSON: Sulejman Talovic was a survivor of Bosnia's civil war in the early 1990s, specifically of the Srebrenica massacre in which 8,000 Muslims were killed. He escaped with his mother and father, although his grandfather was killed by shellfire.

On Monday evening, 18-year-old Talovic opened fire on a Salt Lake City shopping mall, killing five people before he was fatally shot by police responding to the scene.


Opinions: Boo's & Bravo's
See what the editorial board Boo's & Bravo's this week.


On the Cover: Shocking science

Katie E. Lehman / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

Electrotherapy has a long and sad portrayal in popular movie history: Randle McMurphy from "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" strapped to a cold, metal table; Sara Goldfarb in "Requiem for a Dream" shaking in pain; John Nash's wife in "A Beautiful Mind" sobbing as her husband's amazing brain gets fried.


Sun Devil turns celeb --at least for a summer

While softly giggling, ASU student Howard Henley said he picked up survival skills, met with a celebrity and made valuable business contacts at an MTVU internship this past summer in New York.


Underage and at the altar
Jessica Barney, 20, starts off her day by waking up next to the man she loves in an apartment they share. The accounting junior spends almost all of her time with this man, whom she met as a sophomore and fell in love with during a year of dating. They each are full-time students and work during the week; together, they go out on the weekends with their friends. "We do the same exact thing that other kids our age are doing," Barney says.


Do I know you?: Q&A with Safety Escort
During a late-night trip to the Memorial Union, "Guitar Hero" tunes ricochet off the empty walls. In the Safety Escort office, two students fix their eyes to a TV - plastic guitars in hand - and battle it out on the interactive video game. Three others lounge nearby. Where can we sign up for this job?


Immigration issues
Jose* lives in Phoenix. He works every day to support his wife and two children.


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