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In wake of campus violence, ASU to review emergency response policies

ASU officials plan to review University emergency response policies following the massacre at Virginia Tech Monday where at least 33 people, including a gunman, were killed in the deadliest shooting in U.S. history.





For Holocaust victims, a day of remembrance
Students lit candles and donned bright yellow Star of David emblems during a solemn commemoration of Holocaust victims Monday.

Bike week offers alternative to the usual morning commute
Each day, more than 15,000 bicyclists descend on Tempe's main campus. On Wednesday, they can feast on a free breakfast.


There's a human iPod in front of the MU?
Students on ASU's campus may have noticed something unusual Thursday: The iPod that rests in the pockets of so many students was walking around outside the Memorial Union.

'Hot Fuzz' not just another cop parody
A small interview with actors from the movie, Hot Fuzz, in theaters April 20.


Water polo garners weekend sweep of ranked teams

Eric Binns / THE STATE PRESS

The ASU water polo team tallied a pair of conference wins against ranked opponents at home over the weekend.


Track continues to rewrite records

The ASU track and field team earned more wins and regional qualifiers last weekend and also continued to rewrite the record books at three separate meets.


Benedetti, Bradshaw sweep Pac-10 diving awards
Three awards, two people, one awesome season.

The ASU men's swimming and diving team captured all three of the Pac-10 diving awards for its outstanding year on the boards.


Devil Dish
Shawn Marion needs to stop it. Just stop it.

In the newest issue of ESPN the Magazine Marion tells a writer he'd rather be an MVP candidate on a non-playoff team, aka Joe Johnson, than play third fiddle on a title contender.


Opinions: Reaction to Imus' racism says something about us all

SERVIS: John McCain supports failing war to save failing presidential bid...

Stem cell bill sails through Senate whilst Bush vows veto...

Anna Nicole Smith blah blah blah Anna Nicole Smith blah blah...

Wait, what?! Don Imus is a racist and sexist bigot?!

Opinions: Free tax returns don't exist

VAN DER FELTZ: As our classes come to an end and that hill of homework off in the distance draws closer, we see what it truly is: a mountain. The incline we have been climbing thus far is merely the foothills.

Struggling to put one foot in front of the other, another difficulty comes our way. Just as the thin, high-altitude air saps the strength of mountaineers, so too does the changing of the seasons inspire students to slow down.


Opinions: When will we learn?
As our nation mourns the senseless loss of more innocent lives, it's of the utmost importance that we, as a society, respect and support the mourners.


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.


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.


Southern 'Kings' turn on, space out
Rumor has it that if Kings of Leon doesn't find success in the U.S. soon, the band will stop touring here and focus on the European market.


Brite's Bites: Valley's desserts don't disappoint
Since Brite's Bites was nixed last week in honor of SPM's "Best of" issue, I decided to do a little "best of" myself. But I'm not interested in the best bars in Tempe or the best places to have sex on campus...


Dance it out
Dance majors twirl, leap and sashay through college. But while the public may think these dancers are headed for a career on Broadway or as prima ballerinas, some dancers hope their skills will contribute to more than just the world of art.


A vacation from your clothes
In a quiet corner of New River, Ariz., residents and visitors hike, play volleyball and swim - naked.


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