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For these students, campus is an obstacle course

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS
RUNNING START: Psychology sophomore Rob Gifford hops a wall on the Tempe Campus Thursday. Gifford is an active parkour practitioner.

The next time you see psychology sophomore Rob Gifford on campus, he might be running up a wall.

Ten days left to live

What would you do if you had 10 days left to live?

Students create Web site for beginning artists
A new Web site allows bands to live their dream: being on the radio.

They give back to the community, all 400 of them
About 400 students will work with the Community Service Coalition's Devils in Disguise 2007 program and give up their Saturday to work at various events such as the Tempe YMCA Health Kids Day.

Police Beat
An 18-year-old Tempe woman was arrested around 2 a.m. Thursday and charged with domestic violence assault.

ASU Art Museum hosts 11th annual Short Film Festival
Sophisticated movie fans will be gathering Saturday night at the 11th Annual ASU Art Museum Short Film and Video Festival to enjoy 24 short film and video art selections submitted from all over the world.

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 |

Intrasquad game marks end of spring


When the ASU football team takes to Frank Kush Field Saturday night, it will signal the end of spring workouts and be the final time the team will officially gather until August's annual trip Camp Tontozona.

ASU starts home stand with Cal

There's no place like home.

NCAA berth on the line in Tucson
The ASU gymnastics team heads to Tucson Saturday to compete in the NCAA Regional Championships with the intentions of upsetting some higher ranked opponents.

Men's golf hosts Thunderbird Invitational
Known for having a picturesque setting, the par-3, 16th hole at the ASU Karsten Golf Course might become too graphic for spectators watching the action at the 2007 Thunderbird Invitational starting today.

Devils begin end of season push
The ASU women's water polo team will play its final two regular season home games this weekend when it takes on No. 14 Long Beach State Saturday and No. 7 UC Irvine Sunday.

Opinions: Forget the showers, April is sassy

HULL: When it comes to classifying months of the year by personality type, you can come up with some pretty accurate descriptions. For example, given its cold temperatures and slowed pace, January is solemn. Since nothing of any merit happens, August is bored. But with so much coming at us recently, it's easy to say that April is downright sassy.

Opinions: The agony that comes with being a senior

RICKETSON: Agitation. Apathy. Difficulty waking from sleep. Difficulty learning new things. Poor concentration. Sense of impending doom.

These are the symptoms I entered into's self-diagnosis program.

Opinions: Boos & Bravos
Check out the editorial board's Boos & Bravos this week.

On The Cover: Hoop dreams

Even though Phoenix is already home to the National Basketball Association's Suns, a new team has taken the court. The Phoenix Flame, one of several expansion teams of the 3-year-old International Basketball League, played its first game last Friday.

Local Limelight: There's a new Elvis in the building

Chance Tinder is everything an Elvis Presley impersonator should be. His dyed, jet-black hair, thick sideburns and voice make him a dead ringer for the King.

Tech Check: Sorry I can't go out. I'm 'listening' to my iPod
The list of ways to personalize your iPod has been growing ever since the little contraption first grabbed the hearts of college students. But with the OhMiBod, things just got way more personal.

Hot Spot: Zen Boutique and Tea Bar
Old Town Scottsdale isn't where most people would expect to find a quiet place to study. But right in the middle of the constant noise and bar-hopping on Scottsdale Road sits a surprising and quiet escape in the form of Zen Boutique and Tea Bar.

No Laughing Matter
As almost everybody knows, a good sense of humor is a major turn-on. Cracking a joke can make even the dullest of situations entertaining, regardless of the setting.

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