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Katrina destruction still felt

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS
REBUILDING A CITY: ASU faculty associate and architect Mark Ryan will take 65 architect and landscape design students to New Orleans this fall to help in the design and possible rebuilding of damaged areas.

Today marks the second anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, but for one ASU professor it's just another day in his efforts to rebuild what was destroyed.

Flexcar offers alternative

Starting today, students needing a ride around campus can rent one for as little as $8.

Flexcar enables students and staff to rent vehicles by the hour without having to worry about paying for gas or finding a parking spot.

Police Beat
A 25-year old San Diego man was arrested Sunday night on charges of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia at the intersection of Fourth Street and Mill Avenue, police reported.

Police task force nabs underage drinkers
While 26 people were arrested for alcohol-related crimes Thursday on Alpha Drive, an ASU police official said alcohol is less of a problem than it was a year ago.

Junior defensive end Vasquez, others returning to health

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS

Last week head coach Dennis Erickson said his team would be getting a lot of guys back as the team inched closer to game day.

Devil Dish

It's a shame many of us weren't alive during the days Howard Cosell did Monday Night Football.

Cosell was the epitome of sports journalism throughout his career, commentating some of sports greatest moments and giving history classic quotes like "Down goes Frasier."

Junior defensive end Vasquez, others returning to health
Last week head coach Dennis Erickson said his team would be getting a lot of guys back as the team inched closer to game day.

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.

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: Hypocrisy wears Republican red once again

You've got to laugh.

Today Senator Larry Craig, R-Idaho, insisted once again that he is not gay. He's been insisting since 1982.

This is the man who, at the height of the Clinton impeachment trial said, "Bad boy, Bill Clinton, you're a naughty boy. The American people already know that Bill Clinton is a bad boy, a naughty boy. I'm going to speak out for the citizens of my state, who in the majority think that Bill Clinton is probably even a nasty, bad, naughty boy."

Opinions: We are happy, damn it

CEO: You get what you pay for at ASU. Because of this, you never know what the hell you will see here. Sometimes you get damned to hell as you are walking along Hayden Lawn to your class; other days you unintentionally join some club to help small children halfway across the world when you could care less about the small children here, and then there are those days.

Opinions: Letters to the Editor
You are a sexist PIG. The WNBA may not be your cup of tea, but for us fans it is.

Orgasm under hypnosis: perversion or public service?


We've all seen that people can do ridiculous things when hypnotized: squawk like chickens, talk to their shoes or even think they're Disney characters, as our very own Celeste Sepessy found out.

Perfectly straightened, midnight-black hair frames the face of political science junior Steven Tran. Chocolate colored eyes are lined in black liner, and sky blue jeans hug the slender hips of his body. The words Sigma Phi Beta run along the front of his T-shirt.

Down with the (Sic)-ness
For writers, "sic" means "thus" that the errors and foul language of a quoted source are purely his or her own doing.

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