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iPhones take the nation by storm

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS
WAITING NO MORE | Gabriel Arias purchases his iPhones after 20 hours of waiting in line. Apple’s iPhone premiered Friday night and is available for $499 or $599.

At 6 p.m. last Friday, Apple and AT&T stores throughout the nation braced for a surge of anxious customers with one common goal — to be the first one's on the block with the hippest, most sought-after cell phone of our time.


Clinton makes stop in Phoenix

Former President Bill Clinton was in town last Monday to rile up support for the Arizona Democratic Party.





Police Beat
A 29-year-old male ASU student reported a theft inside a restroom at the Life Science A Wing building in the afternoon of June 27.


Deal brings spring training to Glendale
In its last meeting before the summer recess, the Glendale City Council unanimously approved a deal that will bring spring training baseball to the city of Glendale.


Who's laughing now?

People who love making all the negative jokes and comments about ASU are running out of material to work with.


Devil Dish

Last time I wrote this column, I ranted about the ridiculous contract the New York Yankees gave to Roger Clemens. Now I'm going to do it some more.


Opinions: 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.

Opinions: A man with a plan: Part 1

DOUGHERTY: We all hate on President Crow. An outsider listening to the student body discussing his recent raise would probably assume that he is some evil wizard locked in a castle burning our parents hard earned cash as fast as he can.

In the basement of the MU people talk in whispers about his $700,000 paycheck and rising tuition as if they were one and the same.


Opinions: Boos & Bravos
Check out the editorial board's Boos & Bravos this week.


iPhone well worth the wait

The iPhone is one of the most anticipated technological gizmos ever. I waited five hours in line on June 29 to snatch one of these cool toys and ever since I bought it, everyone keeps asking me "does it live up to the hype?"


Super-cop becomes super-man

There's a few things I tend to expect out of a good action film. Obviously there's exciting action scenes, but there also needs to be that aura of plausibility — not probability, but plausibility.


Sake Tini's Asian-themed drinks delight diners
Sake Tini, a new sushi restaurant that opened Thursday in Mesa, has a lot of taste buds pleased.


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