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Gore delivers 'inconvenient' presentation to thousands

Bettina Hansen / THE STATE PRESS
Former Vice President Al Gore delivers his award-winning presentation at Gammage Auditorium

The "master himself," former Vice President Al Gore, came to Gammage Auditorium Monday to present his global warming slideshow "An Inconvenient Truth."


With these profits, you can buy more than peanuts

Despite a strong push in the final week of Major League Baseball spring training, the Cactus League fell 50,000 people short of its all-time attendance mark set in 2005.





ASU remembers Cesar Chavez
Educators, nonprofit workers, artists and graduate students came together Friday to recognize the inspirational work of Latino leader Cesar Chavez.

Fulbright scholar: 'inter-group dialogue' solution to international conflicts
The key to resolving conflicts in international trouble spots such as Cyprus is "inter-group dialogue," said Benjamin Broome of the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication at an event on the Polytechnic campus Thursday night.

'Truth' only one piece of month-long sustainability campaign
Deep in the Costa Rican jungle, the natives are... using sustainable energy.


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

BLOG: ASU Coachella Blog
Today's the day. The Coachella music festival has started. Sam Gavin will be updating live from Indio, photos included. READ MORE AT | asucoachella.blogspot.com

BLOG: ASU Abroad
Lana Burke captures her experiences while studying overseas.

BLOG: Re/Mix
Here's a place to give me feedback, tell me what you want to see, what you like, or how your day was today.


Devils headed to Tucson regional

Eric Binns / THE STATE PRESS

The ASU gymnastics team was selected Monday to compete in the NCAA South Central regional.


Erickson adds depth to defensive-line

ASU redshirt freshman offensive lineman Saia Falahola has moved to the "d-side."


Women's tennis winless in Northern California trip
For the second time this season, the ASU women's tennis team dropped matches to both California and Stanford, pushing the Sun Devils to 9-7 on the season and 2-2 in Pac-10 play.


Devil Dish
7. Congratulations to the Florida Gators and Joakim Noah. I haven't seen ponytails be this successful since Steven Seagal's movie career in the '90s.


Opinions: Want Bush impeached? Get real.

SERVIS: I've got a column to write here, but first let's get something over with, OK?

Everybody who knew George W. Bush would be a terrible president from the get-go, go ahead. Let out a little snicker.

Quietly mutter to the world around you, "I told you so."

Now get a hold of yourself and keep reading.

Opinions: Despite material rewards, volunteering helps all

VAN DER FELTZ: Since beginning my higher education, I have been taught the necessity of chopping my life into various bits, packaging them and sliding them via bullet points onto the shelves of my resume for the world to see.

One part of my life never seemed to fit, though - community service.

Of the many concepts that underwent a transformation when I began college, "service" is one of the most profound.


Opinions: Happy Sustainability Month
These days, every month gets more than its fair share of names slapped onto it.


On the Cover: Model Behavior

Katie E. Lehman / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

In hopes of a huge career, some models may feel the pressure to slim down.

She's the average runway model. And while her stats may cause women to be envious and men to want her, some see them as a cause for concern.


Hot Spot: Mixing up fashion on Mill Avenue

Colorful braided belts spill out of an antique wooden box. On the same table, metal-studded purses accompany bracelets with dangling yarn cherries.


Brite's Bites: Expand your eating horizons
Whenever I take a newbie to an Ethiopian restaurant, I never fail to hear the same joke. "But Ethiopians are skinny, so will we really even be eating anything?"


Tech Check: Too busy to Google your celebrity gossip?
Googling Britney Spears and Anne Nicole Smith will bring up millions of Web sites about the infamous celebrities. But if that sounds like too much info to wade through, don't worry: new gossip site Dotspotter.com has everything you need to know about the stars you stalk in one easy stop.


Q & A: with Kolby Granville
College can be an exciting place full of interesting classes, parties and lifetime friends. But Kolby Granville, a third-year law student, has taken it to the next level; he's currently in his 11th year at ASU.


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