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Sun Devils leave empty handed

Photo Courtesy of The Daily Barometer
YOU'RE OUT | ASU Baseball Coach Pat Murphy disputes a call with an umpire. UC Irvine knocked ASU out of the College World Series Tuesday.

After the opening game of the College World Series, nothing seemed to go right for the Sun Devil baseball team, losing two straight matchups and heading back to Tempe.

Following a 5-4 victory against UC Irvine in the opening game of the CWS, ASU fell to Oregon State 12-6 in their second game.






Alarm leaves students out in heat
A fire alarm left several ASU students out in the heat late Monday as the Tempe Fire Department scoured a campus high-rise searching for the cause of the alarm.

At about 6:45 pm, fire alarms rang out in the BAC Building of the W.P Carey School of Business at ASU.


ASU track compete with best

Lee Kauftheil / The State Press

Last weekend at the 2007 USA Track and Field Championships, ASU senior distance runner Aaron Aguayo and freshman thrower Sarah Stevens joined former Sun Devils Dwight Phillips and Trevell Quinley as members of the USA National Track and Field team.


ASU track compete with best
Last weekend at the 2007 USA Track and Field Championships, ASU senior distance runner Aaron Aguayo and freshman thrower Sarah Stevens joined former Sun Devils Dwight Phillips and Trevell Quinley as members of the USA National Track and Field team.


Devil Dish: Controversial Kobe
What a shocker, Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant is embroiled in an off-season controversy.


Opinion: Want to be happy? Do what the commercials say

Snow: Advertisements are the devil. They know exactly how to tempt us, and we aren't all Jesus so we often end up emptying our wallets for something we don't really need.

Okay, so advertisements aren't really the devil - sorry Mama Boucher - but they certainly tie the idea of happiness to tangibles that don't actually provide it.

Opinion: Environmentalists not necessarily radicals

Chong: Last week, Dr. Vaclav Klaus, President of the Czech Republic, published an editorial in The Financial Times regarding the politics of climate change.

His thesis was that "the biggest threat to freedom, democracy, the market economy and prosperity [is] now in ambitious environmentalism, not in communism".


Unsigned: DUI law puts government into perspective
Every now and again you'll read an article in the paper that restores your faith in the U.S. political system. But more often, you read something that does the opposite.


Scariest turn-down service ever

MCT

When you check into a hotel these days, you never know what you're going to get, whether it's a continental breakfast, soiled sheets, or an evil room that'll drive you to suicide.

In the new thriller "1408," based on the Stephen King novel, the latter is what Mike Enslin (John Cusack) finds as he seeks out a real haunted hotel.


This show gets lil' laughs
Say what you will about the current condition of the United States, but President Bush has provided countless hours of entertainment.


ASU grad takes his passion to the silver screen
When Seth Landau attended ASU in the mid '90s, he liked movies, but he never thought he'd make them.


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