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'A flash of that smile would fix everything'

Lee Kauftheil / THE STATE PRESS
MISSED: Carol Kestenbaumís friends, Honora Swanson Bober, Brooke Christensen, and Megan Racobaldo, address people gathered in the Memorial Union for Kestenbaumís memorial.

Though cheeks were wet and sobs were heavy, many smiles appeared on the faces of friends and family at Carol Kestenbaum's memorial Wednesday night.


Simonhoff takes run-offs

Liz Simonhoff beat out Shawn Casher by 22 votes in the Undergraduate Student Government presidential election Wednesday.





Cronkite school seeks fee approval
Future journalism students might have to dig deeper into their pockets if the ABOR passes a proposed fee at its meeting today at UA.

Point. Click. Hope it works
Several classes utilize CPS, but many are having several problems with the system.

Design students work on charity art
A new piece of public art promises to entertain shoppers, encourage recycling and give ASU design students a real-life project to work on ...


'300', complete movie package


Chandler joins Phoenix, Scottsdale in hosting ArtWalks
Chandler is now one of three cities in Arizona that host an ArtWalk once a month. The second ArtWalk since its creation takes place today in downtown Chandler.

'Diehard' fans cheer on Sun Devil sports teams
The Diehard Devils cheer for their beloved Sun Devils, and get creative, no matter what it takes.


Elliot shines
as ASU tops Creighton

Eric Binns / THE STATE PRESS

At the beginning of the season, ASU softball coach Clint Myers said he expected freshman pitcher Megan Elliott to have a big impact on the team.


Season ends in L.A.

For the first 11 minutes of Wednesday's opening round of the Pac-10 Tournament, the ASU men's basketball team looked capable of upsetting its lower-seeded opponent from the Pacific Northwest.


Devil Dish

In this week's edition of Hump Day Hoopla, I failed to mention the Sun Devil basketball team that the experts will be talking about this weekend.


Devils to face UA at Chase Field
ASU and UA love to mix it up against each other - especially when it's for the kids.


Season ends in L.A.
For the first 11 minutes of Wednesday's opening round of the Pac-10 Tournament, the ASU men's basketball team looked capable of upsetting its lower-seeded opponent from the Pacific Northwest.


Hedley plans to leave her mark at ASU
With only three months remaining as an ASU water polo player, senior attacker Katie Hedley is trying to end her already stellar Sun Devil career by leaving a lasting mark on the entire program.


NCAA championships next up for Devils
The No. 23 ASU women's swim team will try to make a big splash in the coming days as it competes in the NCAA Championships today through Saturday in Minneapolis.


Opinions: School vouchers don't violate separation of church and state

HANSON: One of the major problems associated with government intrusion into the economy is the issue of what sort of projects are not acceptable uses of public money.

After all, when the government redistributes funds to individuals or corporations - or when it decides to subsidize a certain venture - it makes an inherent value judgment. But the questions remains: when the government subsidizes the choice of individuals among many options, at what point is the government responsible for how this subsidy is used?

Opinions: The Girl Scouts are coming! The Girl Scouts are coming!

THOMPSON: Run, just run. The Girl Scouts have returned.

Look away from the cute green sash. It will blind you, take your money and leave you with way too many boxes of cookies.

Thin Mints, Do-Si-Dos, Tagalongs. Where does it end?

I know it's hard, but you have to stay away from them, for your own sake.


Opinions: Spring break and no beer?
We've all heard the stereotypes about alcohol, college students and fraternities - and if you've ever been down to a party at a fraternity house, you know there's a reason the stereotypes live on decades after "Animal House."


On the Cover: More than just service

Katie E. Lehman / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

Forget a suit and tie - the women at Tempe's Heart Attack Grill wear sexy nurse costumes to work. But even if they don't mind, what do their "sex sells" attitudes mean to their employer and customers?


Everyone's a little bit Irish

When most people think about Ireland, they imagine lush green fields and rainy weather - a sharp contrast to the mountainous deserts of Arizona.


Hot Spot: Casavino Winery

Tired of trekking to the local liquor store? Try designing your own wine at Casavino Winery.


Brite's Bites: Drive-by dining

I've lived in Tempe for more than three years now. That means I've spent three years driving up and down Rural Road, and every time I've seen the Seoul Garden's homey little building on the west side of the road, south of Apache Boulevard, I've never stopped - until now.


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Top Five: Over-the-top pet purchases
1. Pedicures for the paws

Does Fido really need his nails done?


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