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Downtown campus: still a hit

Matt Culbertson / THE STATE PRESS
MOVE-IN: Nursing freshman Stephen Robbins (front) moves into the Residential Commons at the Downtown Phoenix campus last week. Robbins said heís excited to live downtown, especially since the University shuttle system makes it so easy to get to Tempe.

When kinesiology junior Drew Cameron transferred to ASU from the New Hampshire Career Institute, he thought he would be staying in the dorms on the Tempe campus.


ASU ranked among top party schools

Four days after being named one of the best colleges in the country on one list, ASU regained their party reputation on another.





Business students overcharged
The beginning of a new semester often brings technology fees, tuition bills and meal plans; but for 20 ASU graduate students, it brought an unintentional $1,500 charge.

ASU asks Virginia high school to change logo
ASU officials were blue in the face after seeing the logo of a Virginia high school's logo online last week.

Pre-class prank had ASU buildings all mixed up
ASU students attending class on the first day of school could have been turned around if a prank had succeeded ó about 20 building signs around ASU were switched up.




SPM moves out


We've got our own racks on campus.


Football team shows improvement after layoff

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS

After taking Monday off, the ASU football looked fresh in Tuesday's practice.


Soccer pushing hard to learn new coach's system

The ASU women's soccer team has been hard at work the past few weeks in preparation for their season opener against Idaho State in the UNLV Classic on August 31.


Devil Dish
I almost transferred schools yesterday.


Football team shows improvement after layoff
After taking Monday off, the ASU football looked fresh in Tuesday's practice.


Soccer pushing hard to learn new coach's system
The ASU women's soccer team has been hard at work the past few weeks in preparation for their season opener against Idaho State in the UNLV Classic on August 31.


Opinions: Beg, borrow, and steal your way to Mexico

MAPES: As an out of state student, it can cost over $25,000 a year to go to ASU and $11,000 if you are in state.

Granted, about half of that is the cost of minimalist living that any young person without a trust fund must endure in order to avoid life-consuming debt.

It can be frustrating to have to adhere to a budget of $400 a month or less for food and entertainment when the college years are supposed to be the most wild and carefree years of our adult life.

Opinions: Men with boobs, unite and be proud

Apparently I have man-boobs.

Luckily, there is a remedy: breast reduction surgery, for men. In a new book, Demystifying Gynecomastia: Men With Breasts, by Merle Yost, several men actually suffer from this sort-of disease. It causes them to have humps that even Fergie is jealous of. Because of this, numerous men and young
boys are opting to have their perky little breasts removed.


Opinions: Lord of the New Mexicans


School shopping at ASU Surplus

Katie Lehman / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

Students cannot get enough of ASU.


Local Limelight: Back in Black
Carl Winslow from "Family Matters"; Carl Carlson from "The Simpsons"; Carl Weathers, aka Chubbs from "Happy Gilmore."


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