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Global gripes

Brenden Eastwood / THE STATE PRESS
MAP IT OUT: History junior Zoe Howe, (left), and global studies junior Lindsey Mayer pose for a photo on Tuesday. Howe left the global studies program because of frustration stemming from changing class requirements. Mayer expressed similar frustrations but stuck with the major.

The ASU School of Global Studies is hoping the third year is the charm.

Since forming in 2004, disorganization and growing pains have caused frustration among Global Studies students, some of whom have switched majors as a result.





Hands-on helping
With the help of ASU education professors, the University has joined the forefront in the study of autism.

Police Beat
A 40-year-old Tempe man reported that he observed a man urinating in the hallway lobby in front of section K while inside Wells Fargo Arena Saturday night, according to the police report.



Hard-hitting lineman Krula has emotional return

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS

Standing in Pat Tillman Tunnel Saturday night, Zach Krula was nervous.


Erickson: more from offense

Just three days after trouncing the San Jose State defense for 45 points, ASU's offense came out flat in Tuesday night's practice.

"I've got to be honest with you, [the offense's effort] wasn't very good," ASU coach Dennis Erickson said.


Devil Dish
I'm here to confess my love. For a man.


Erickson: more from offense
Just three days after trouncing the San Jose State defense for 45 points, ASU's offense came out flat in Tuesday night's practice.

"I've got to be honest with you, [the offense's effort] wasn't very good," ASU coach Dennis Erickson said.


Sun Devils slaughter Spartans
The ASU football team made no secret of how it planned to attack San Jose State Saturday night from the first snap of the opening drive.

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Opinions: There's a reason people retire

There are now less than 14 months before the next presidential election. Here in Arizona we have just one question. Will John McCain, R-Ariz., still be alive next November?

He is our senator; our straight talking, wise cracking, Vietcong killing candidate. He survived crashing an airplane, five years in a North Vietnamese POW camp — prisoner of war camp — (think Pulp Fiction), a suicide attempt, campaigning against George W. Bush and skin cancer.

Opinions: Fear is so gay

CEO: I rarely like to write about serious topics. I figure with the world being so ridiculous, the last thing we need to do is rehash over a weeks worth of news in the opinions pages, especially in a serious manner. But there are times in everyone's life where you have to make a change, if for nothing else, to really make a point. I hope to do as much right now. So hang on to your hats ladies and gentlemen, it's going to be quite a ride. Here it goes:


Opinions: Letters to the Editor


Gore and boobs abound in Zombie's 'Halloween'

Courtesy of MCT

Breasts, bloodshed and body count: three things that Rob Zombie's take on "Halloween" has in spades.


From School Bells to Wedding Bells

My name is Erika Shepard. Some of you may know me as Erika Steigerwald. But that is no longer my name. I am 20 years old, a nursing junior, and, as of a month ago, I am married. Yes, married.


Local Limelight: Panda Impress
Most college students don't own their own businesses, let alone multiple businesses. Then again, 20-year-old Frances Lopez is not the average college student. Lopez is the brainchild behind up-and-coming independent record label Tiny Panda Records and the promotions company Fizzle Promotions.


Out: Stax stacks up
There's something new in Old Town Scottsdale: a gourmet burger bistro worth an extra buck. Open just shy of two months, Stax Burger Bistro serves up deliciously unique three-ounce slider burgers in a small, sleek and relaxed café and bar setting.


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