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One neighborhood wary of increased bus traffic

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS
The Flash stops along College Avenue and Apache Boulevard Monday. Valley Metro is considering adding bus stops along College Avenue.

The Flash may soon be circulating up and down College Avenue - and neighborhood residents are divided over the proposal.

Despite assaults, campus police say students are safe

Despite a relatively larger number of assaults this year, campus police say the West Campus will stay a safe place even as it grows bigger.

Grant funds alternative energy program
Improving our surrounding environment was recently declared a new field of study at Polytechnic Campus.

Group targets affirmative action
A California-based civil rights group aims to get a proposition that would end race preferences in university admissions and government hires on the 2008 Arizona ballot.

In the Valley this summer? A summer concert music guide.
Don't kid yourselves. You started making plans for the summer far before the semester came to an end, but with finals coming to a close, the anticipation begins to build.

Mixed feelings on smoking ban
It's going to be a drag for some Mill Avenue bar owners as a result of the new statewide smoking ban, according to Tempe officials.

The Spring 2007 All-State Press Team


The sports staff put together a list of their picks for the Spring 2007 All-State Press Team.

Miller gets drafted by Raiders

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

Devil Dish: From the editor
After 11 semesters at The State Press, including five years as an undergrad student and the last year in grad school, it's finally time to move on.

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.


Editor in chief Ryan Kost writes the last editorial of the semester in the final edition of The State Press.

A few days ago, I took down the newspapers that covered my office walls.

They were the papers I looked to for inspiration and my managing editor looked to as evidence that I was insane.

They're down. It hasn't really hit me yet.

Opinions: A personal "best of ASU"

RICKETSON: Yes, loyal readers, it's that time.

It's that time at the end of the year when even the most socially concerned columnist, who has heretofore been busy enlightening State Press readers on a variety of global issues, becomes a quivering mass of nostalgia, incapable of writing anything other than a final goodbye piece.

Opinions: Letters to the Editor
I wanted to say that I thought that Christina Caldwell's article on Kyle Bagwell was fair.

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.

'Stacy's Mom' rockers don't quite 'got it going on'

Let's get this out of the way - there's nothing as novel, memorable or genius as "Stacy's Mom" on "Traffic and Weather," the fourth and newest album from power-pop masters Fountains of Wayne.

Brite's Bites: A reason to stay up all night
Well, faithful SPMers, this is it: the last Brite's Bites. And so to end, I would like to start at the beginning: breakfast.

On the runway: Those briefs cost what?
Believe it or not, briefs are big business.

Instead of buying the same ol' skivvies in bulk packages, many people are investing money in high-end designer underwear.

Tech Check: Got air? Prove it.
The next time your skater friend says, "Dude, I can get so much more air than you," tell him to step on the skateboard, strap on the Hangtimer, and prove it.

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