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Extra meals become corporate revenue

Bettina Hansen / THE STATE PRESS
EAT UP | Students serve themselves salad at Pitchforks, a Sodexho-operated, all-you-can-eat dining facility in the Memorial Union.

Nick Calenti is frustrated because the excess meals from his mandatory ASU meal plan will become corporate revenue if he doesn't eat them by the end of the semester.

They protest without words

Students ripped duct tape off their mouths and screamed at the top of their lungs on Hayden Lawn Wednesday night, ending a silent protest against discrimination.

'F Minus' cartoonist gets national attention
ASU students who think the comic strip "F Minus" is quality cartooning are not alone: The National Cartoonists Society seems to agree.

Napolitano: State helping colleges review security plans

Short staffed, and still expanding
While Tempe property crime rates continue to rise year-to-year, the city court is struggling to keep up with the workload.

ASU students take trash, make transportation
A group of ASU engineering students will test boats they built out of cardboard in the 8th Annual Rotary River Rally on Tempe Town Lake this Saturday.

Softball finally able to top UA


As the old adage goes, "Revenge is a dish best served cold."

Devils defense among Pac-10 best

On-field chemistry is fueling the success of the ASU baseball team.

Laguna keeps younger Devils focused
ASU baseball coach Pat Murphy always knew there was something special about ASU junior outfielder Rocky Laguna.

Alvarado Holley seeks first 'W'
After his fourth top-10 finish of the season at last weekend's ASU Thunderbird Invitational, sophomore All-American Benjamin Alvarado Holley is on the brink of finishing alone atop a collegiate golf leader board.

Opinions: University, students should invest in investment classes

HANSON: They don't know what they don't know.

That is how the presenter at a recent financial planning seminar that I attended responded to the question of why more Americans do not follow the particular wealth-creating strategies that he advocates. If this can be said about the average investor, it certainly can be said about the overwhelming majority of students at ASU.

Opinions: Compassion, not questions, is what the victims need

BOWMAN: With our pervasive news coverage and the tragedies of our generation, America is becoming familiar with hard times and being brought together as a national community to shoulder them.

When tragedy hits across our country, the media is the first to take a seat at the community vigil and stand alongside neighbors at the homes of those involved so they can tell the story to the American public.

Opinions: Eat your just desserts
We all know about the stereotypical admonishments from mothers when their children don't finish their meals.

On the Cover: Just playing around


A vigilante who carries a book with the magical power to kill anyone whose name is written within. A six-inch, adorable female robot with purple hair. A portly ninja who defends his city.

Brite's Bites: Posh pizza and pastries

Tucked within a residential area in central Phoenix sits La Grande Orange Pizzeria (40th Street and Campbell Avenue). La Grande Orange - or LGO as the restaurateurs abbreviate it - is a chic, urban pizzeria.

Hot Spot: Unlike your texts, books you'll want to read
This small, mysterious store is anything but your typical used-book shop. Old Town Books carries out-of-print tomes on interesting subjects, such as crime books and old magazines you couldn't find at Borders.

Local Limelight: Outside the Music Box
Juggling band practice, booking shows, recording, promoting, studying at ASU and being a working stiff isn't easy. Just ask the guys in Inward from Outside, a Tempe-based, pop-punk outfit featuring three ASU undergrads.

My friends are Sanjaya, Meredith and Tony
Love affairs. Jealousy. Backstabbing. Bad singing?

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