Serving Arizona State University Online Since 1995  Current Issue: Friday, April 20, 2007





Community gathers for vigil
Bettina Hansen / THE STATE PRESS
More than 500 ASU community members gathered for a candlelight vigil on Hayden Lawn honoring the victims of the Virginia Tech tragedy Thursday. Candlelight brightened the night on Hayden Lawn Thursday as more than 500 ASU students, faculty, staff and visitors showed their support to the victims and families of the Virginia Tech tragedy.

'This is the high point of the year'
Jamie Scharer / THE STATE PRESS
General Georges Sada spoke to the ASU College Republicans about Iraq and the struggle for democracy, wrapping up Conservative Pride Week. The College Republicans capped off their Conservative Pride Week Thursday with a visit from a former Iraqi general to Saddam Hussein.

Where the bottom line meets the environment
Lee Kauftheil / THE STATE PRESS
Representatives from BulbMe give demonstrations of their energy efficient light bulbs. ASU hosted The Green Summit on the Student Services lawn Thursday, giving students and businesses an opportunity to look into more environmentally friendly options for the home and businesses. Students wearing tie-dyed T-shirts mingled with men in business suits at ASU's Green Summit Thursday.

Police Beat
A 24-year-old Kayenta, Ariz., woman was arrested Tuesday evening at the 2100 block of Apache Boulevard on the charge of prostitution.

Two students robbed at gunpoint, knifepoint
Two ASU students were victims of an armed robbery at the Sonora Center Wednesday night, police reported, and it has students who live in the hall shaken up.

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.

Massacre hits home for one
ASU student

Olivier Douliery / ABACAUSA.COM
REMEMBER | Tens of thousands of students attend a candlelight vigil to remember, as well as support, the Virginia Tech Community Tuesday at Virginia Tech University in Blackburg, Va. a day after a 23-year-old student shot 32 people to death Monday before committing suicide. Two days after the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history, the nation grieves, students turn to the Web to offer support and authorities work to figure out 'Why?'

RC Helicopters

Copyright 2001-06, ASU Web Devil. All rights reserved. No reprints without permission.

Online Editor In Chief: Jolie McCullough | Online Adviser: Jason Manning | Technical Contact: Jason Wulf

Contact Info | Privacy Policy