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Cholla alcohol ban scrapped

Jamie Scharer / THE STATE PRESS
DRY DORM | Business management freshman Daniel Valencia plays video games in Cholla Apartments Friday night. Next year Cholla will no longer be a dry dorm, allowing residents 21 years or older to have alcohol.

Though ASU is often referred to as a dry campus, drinking alcohol will be allowed in two residence halls next year.

Rent tops $800 a month

Valley apartment rental prices jumped for the third year in a row, and are now at the highest rate ever.

*See an interactive map of housing near campus and the going rates for a two-bedroom apartment.

Hall's 'Assassin' game canceled after VT shootings
Squirt guns - the new school threat?

Residents of Best C were told Monday that a game they were playing would be canceled immediately in light of the tragedy at Virginia Tech.

Study: abstinence only education doesn't work
A recently released study concluded that teaching abstinence as the primary means of sex education does not work - something graphic design freshman Curt Chickerneo said he already knew.

Would you like biblical verses with that?
How many customers have noticed the Bible scriptures printed on the bottom of their In-N-Out cup or wrappers?

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 |

Miller is Devils' top professional prospect


Entering the 2007 NFL Draft, several ASU prospects will look to make the shift from playing on Saturdays to Sundays.

Devils host UNLV in doubleheader

The ASU softball team will look to keep the ball rolling tonight against UNLV.

New coach, young talent power Sun Devil lacrosse club
The ASU men's lacrosse club violated Sun Devil law in the worst possible way.

Devil Dish
As a general sports fan, I have had trouble getting into the start of the baseball season.

Devils win 11th straight, sweep Cajuns
The Sun Devils continued to dominate the South this weekend at Packard Stadium.

Devils earn 17 more qualifying marks
The ASU track and field team just keeps rolling.

Opinions: Awareness walks are good for much more than exercise

VAN DER FELTZ: Graduation draws closer and despite my desperate attempts to finish everything over the next two weeks, I am looking back daily over my college years to see if I really learned anything.

Some of the most interesting lessons came from figuring out how to look past my prejudices and false impressions

Opinions: Come on and get happy

It's like my dad always tells me.

The meaning of life. Why we're here.

He reminded me again last week. I'd been feeling pretty down at the time, a lost expression on my face as I stared at the textbook I was supposed to be reading.

I wasn't reading. I was thinking about the boy. That baby, just 23.

Opinions: Teaching like an ostrich
A new report has come out that will hopefully prove to lawmakers what anyone who has been to an abstinence-only high school already knew: abstinence-oriented sexual education classes don't work

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.

NIN's apocalyptic world more inviting than it seems

Most of the buzz on Nine Inch Nails' new album isn't on the music but on the marketing strategy surrounding it.

On the Runway: What would Jackie do?
Shopping at ICON, a new Tempe boutique, means picking out fashions under the watchful eyes of Gwen Stefani, Jackie Kennedy Onassis, Marilyn Monroe and Kate Moss.

"Dreams of Degrassi"
For the last nine months, our Friday nights have revolved around "Degrassi." When Kristi missed the season premiere, we called her at least 50 times. It only got worse from there.

Don't I Know You?: Q&A with Michael Jordan
Clad in a purple T-shirt, blue bandana and beaded bracelets, Michael Jorden zooms through Hayden Lawn on his skateboard and takes a seat on the "Nipple of Knowledge."

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