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Miller gets drafted by Raiders

WANTED MAN | Former ASU tight end Zach Miller is tackled to the ground after one of his 50 receptions last season. Miller was drafted by the Oakland Raiders Saturday.

Zach Miller has awakened 29 times on a Saturday in preparation to go to work on a collegiate football field.

At his campaign launch, a mixed crowd

Approximately 350 people showed up - about 100 of them protesters - to hear the R-Ariz., speak at the conclusion of his presidential announcement tour Saturday.

All of campus turns computing commons next semester
Senior Director of Network Communications at ASU Dave McKee said, "The goal is to have the entire Tempe campus completely covered by wireless by fall semester."

A field transformed, a hope of renewed awareness
A lone flag proclaiming "Peace" cast a silhouette against the sunset as hundreds of students milled about Mesquite High School's practice field Saturday.

'We've been here forever'
While many restaurants on University Drive have closed or moved due to construction on a new high-rise, one food service outlet on the street is actually looking forward to the new complex.

With local residents, Seattle artist designs light rail stops
Local residents with memories or personal stories about Apache Boulevard and the Tempe Canal now have the chance to become immortalized in one of Valley Metro's planned light rail stations in the downtown area.

Cal snaps ASU's 12-game win streak


The ASU baseball team's winning streak came to an end in Berkeley, Calif., last weekend.

Season ends with .500 record

The ASU water polo team finished its 2007 season when it placed 10th in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships last weekend.

Devils crush inter-state rivals at home
The ASU track and field team ended its regular season in a sprint Saturday when both the men's and women's teams defeated UA and NAU in the Double Dual at Sun Angel Stadium.

Devil Dish
Like the New York Yankees, the Oakland Raiders are an easy team to hate.

Opinions: Finding the link between the East and the West

PATE: As I've written about China this semester, it's been necessary to focus on everything that's different here; it makes for better copy, and it's enlightening to contrast this country with my own.

Yet when I take stock of everything I've learned here the past few months, I find that we are more similar to the Chinese than we are different.

Opinions: Help opportunity find you

VAIDYANATHAN: I had the dream of accomplishing a lot of things when I got to ASU. In order to reflect how much, I've decided to pull out an old list of goals I made after high school.

Let's see. "Graduate from ASU with a 4.0" that's a negative!

"Learn Japanese and become fluent." If only 18 credit hours of engineering classes mixed better with five-credit Japanese classes.

Opinions: The day music dies
Music and the Internet have had a long and troubled relationship.

On the Cover: Not business as usual


It's what small businesses, like art galleries and cafes, complain about in areas where artsy enclaves are replaced with corporate centers. Areas where contemporary galleries and alternative eateries lose business because light rail construction and condo conversions.

Enter 'Land of Women' with a bit of caution

Before you roll your eyes at this seemingly stereotypical chick flick, give "In the Land of Women" a second chance. Just don't set too high of expectations.

Tents, water and saltines
While most ASU students will spend this weekend partying, relaxing or studying for finals, some will trade the comforts of their college lives for a cardboard box to sleep in and a stack of saltine crackers to eat.

SPM Summer Travel: Historical Hotels
With summertime approaching, students will be looking for a break from their same, old Tempe surroundings. Luckily, Arizona is filled with Old West charm, and there's no better place to experience it than on a getaway to one of the state's many historic hotels.

Local Limelight: Rave against the machine
When Jay Navarrete known as Dr. Gonzo uses the word "party," he's not referring to a kegger. He's talking about people getting together to enjoy electronic music and the camaraderie of the rave scene.

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