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Student groups push for fair worker treatment

Morgan Bellinger / THE STATE PRESS
JUSTICE FOR ALL: Social Justice Coalition president and secondary education senior Emmanuel Gallardo, center, with SJC members René Rosales, a chicano/a latino/a studies senior, and Luz Osuna, an industrial engineering sophomore. The organization fights for worker and immigrant rights and to be heard by the ASU administration.

Several student groups are stepping up their efforts to meet with ASU President Michael Crow about alleged worker mistreatment at the University.

Crazy for Kucinich

With a fresh fusion of musical styles, a traditional Indian dance from more than 500 years ago has become trendy again to some ASU students.

Babies aren't cheap; but neither is birth control
An unplanned pregnancy can be expensive, but the price of preventing one is starting to catch up.

Police Beat
A 26-year-old Tempe man was arrested Sunday morning on charges of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, police reported.

Web site chronicles Scottsdale nightlife
One avid club-goer is making money off of the fake breasts, tight pants and over-priced drinks that are fixtures of Scottsdale nightlife.

High hopes for low-ranked soccer

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS

The ASU women's soccer team is ready to kick off its 2007 season and begin a new era this weekend.

Erickson unsure how team will perform

After spending eight months at the helm of the ASU football team, coach Dennis Erickson still isn't sure exactly how good his team is.

Devil Dish
When Dennis Erickson became ASU's head football coach in December, excitement spread over the Valley – and for good reason.

Freshman wide receiver moving up fast
Most true freshmen are not as polished as wide receiver Kerry Taylor.

Men's soccer holds tryouts to fill depleted roster
The new season will bring several new faces to the ASU men's soccer club.

Opinions: Stoner commercials know audience

PRICE: The next time you and a few friends are sitting around a hazy room and a commercial comes on that seems to be destined for your viewing, don't be fooled. I'll help you see through the smoke that this is no coincidence. With marijuana being the most commonly used illicit drug in America, advertisers would be dopey not to use this fact to their advantage.

Opinions: Dirty Scottsdale wrapped up in its own joke

When does making fun of people turn into worshipping them? When does mocking a lifestyle turn into extolling it? These are the questions the Web site needs to answer.

Opinions: Letters to the Editor

When I was raped...

I never thought it could happen to me. I was the goody-goody — the one who never partied, never drank and never had less than a 4.0 GPA.


With the increasing number of students attending ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus, the need for cheap, delicious eateries in the area is also growing. Crave Sandwich Café has stepped up to meet this demand.

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

Pulling out...a new option
Women still carry the greater load when it comes to having babies, but new scientific advances are giving men greater responsibility in not having them. Male birth control — long limited to abstinence, condoms or surgical vasectomies — is becoming more of a possibility for the millions of men hoping to avoid becoming baby daddies.

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