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Flexcar offers alternative

Morgan Bellinger / THE STATE PRESS
SAVE GREEN: ASU is implementing the Flexcar system with a fleet of ten cars for student, faculty, staff and community rental by the day or by the hour for Flexcar members. The cars will be parked around campus and the city, with two parked on the street near the University Towers.

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.

All Facebooked out? Try Playboy U

If being friends with Hugh Hefner on Facebook isn't enough, ASU students can now join Playboy's own online social network.

ASU professors' Web site scans political blog posts
A Web site recently launched by two ASU professors gives political blog addicts a new way to gauge the temperature of the presidential race.

Police Beat
A 22-year-old Tucson man was arrested Tuesday evening on charges of second-degree escape after he was stopped during a traffic stop in Tempe, police reported.

Sun Devils struggling to escape mediocrity

For the past decade, the ASU football program has been mired in mediocrity and has never been able to reach its perceived potential.

ASU Offensive Preview

ASU football Dennis Erickson is bringing a new offensive philosophy to the Sun Devil football team. More running.

ASU has the talent, but the spirit?
If you thought a coaching change would relieve the pressure on junior quarterback Rudy Carpenter, you're wrong.

Devil Dish
It's the most wonderful time of the year

Sluggish start has ASU reviewing basics
The Sun Devils are looking to tune up their attack strategy going into this weekend's tournament at Wells Fargo Arena.

Opinions: Dorms destroy dreams

After ten days at the New American University, my best and worst assumptions about the institution have been realized.

The educational experience has been as positive as I ever could have imagined. The social experience has been a frightening reminder of the direction in which American youth are heading.

Opinions: Are you ready for some football?

Football is America's game. As a society we aren't smart or patient enough for baseball any more, and we're just a little bit too smart for NASCAR. The Spurs keep winning, and nobody likes them, so basketball is out as well.

Opinions: Letters to the Editor

Get your art on at ASU

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS

ASU students can get a worldly view of art this semester as the ASU Art Museum features new exhibits from China to Latin America, and everywhere in between.

In a Trance

"So were you, or were you not, at the park?" comedic hypnotist Flip Orley asks me.

'Tricks' not much of a treat
Tucked in a side street north of the Tempe campus is something unexpected: a French-inspired gourmet caf masked by shrubbery. Step inside its low gate, and find a gorgeous garden patio leading up to an enchanting divided home.

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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