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Art is in the air in Tempe

Morgan Bellinger / THE STATE PRESS
CENTER FOR THE ARTS: The Tempe Center for the Arts hosted a grand opening party on Sunday that included live entertainment and a free barbecue.

Thousands of art enthusiasts crowded the edge of Tempe Town Lake Sunday for the opening day of the Tempe Center for the Arts.

Opening day events included excerpts from plays and musicals performed by the Childsplay and Tempe Little Theatre acting troupes, local orchestras and musicians and formal introductions to the center by representatives from Architekton, the building's architect.

Congress passes bill increasing federal aid

Students relying on financial aid received a boost Friday, when the U.S. House and Senate passed a bill aimed at lowering the cost of higher education.

Rock 'n' roll comes to Sun Devil stadium
Little Richard is set to "wop bop a loo bop a lop bam boom" with the ASU Marching Band at Sun Devil Stadium in November.

Police Beat
A 27-year old man was arrested early Friday morning at Vista Del Cerro Drive and Rural Road on charges of aggravated assault and driving under the influence.

Rose review: 3:10 to Yuma
John Wayne is crying with tears of joy because the Western is back!!! Screw the trite "wha-wha-wha's" and just let the six shooters do the singing. There hasn't been a Western this good since Tombstone and Unforgiven.

Photo slideshows
ASU Women's Basketball vs. Oregon
Barack Obama in Phoenix
Photos of the week: 1/27/08-2/02/08
ASU vs. Washington State
Protest against the Israeli blockade

Football team overcomes mistakes

Jeffrey Lowman / THE STATE PRESS

It wasn't pretty, but the job got done.

In a game marred with penalties, turnovers and an underperforming rushing attack, the ASU football team found a way to beat Colorado 33-14 Saturday night in front of 58,417 at Sun Devil Stadium.

Soccer falls to No. 3 Texas

The ASU women's soccer team split its first two home games of the season last weekend by losing to No. 3 Texas, 1-0, on Friday before beating UNC-Charlotte, 1-0, on Sunday.

ASU wide receivers deliver strong performance
Look at junior wide receiver Mike Jones and you might see Rudy Carpenter's new favorite target. Look a little closer on game days and you'll see one black patch under his left eye with the word "respect" on it.

Volleyball takes two of three over weekend
The ASU Volleyball team went 2-1 in non-conference play this weekend in Orem, Utah.

Buffaloes, Sun Devils do it all
With all the weird, unorthodox events that took place in Saturday night's debacle of a game, it may be easy for some to overlook the good in ASU's 33-14 win against Colorado.

Opinions: Sometimes democracy works

The president doesn't listen and the Senate doesn't work. In recent years Americans have pretty much come to terms with that statement, and more or less given up on government.

We all know there are problems: President Bush's support is at an all-time low and despite electing a new party to power in the House and Senate in 2006, no change is in sight on Iraq or a host of domestic issues troubling the country.

Opinions: Parking and Transit no longer the devil

MISAK: ASU Parking and Transit is the enemy. Period. Well, next to Michael Crow's $720,000 salary.

If there is one thing that pisses off all students at ASU, it's the parking. Long lines at the parking decal office, a stack full meter tickets, and the dreaded $600 plus parking fee haunts students and staff. Poor ASU commuters. Just the thought of paying $600 for parking alone empties our bank accounts.

Opinions: Letters to the Editor

How rude, Danny Tanner!


"Bob Saget is awesome."

Junior Randy Cote's words speak for a powerful segment of college students whose support has brought the former "Full House" star and comedian new levels of success.

Violence outplays plot in 'Shoot 'Em Up'

While not especially deep or remarkably subtle, "Shoot 'Em Up" puts a gun to your head and leaves you glued to your seat for an hour and a half waiting to see if it pulls the trigger.

Hurricane on the bayou and in the theaters
The devastation of Hurricane Katrina reached across the state of Louisiana, across the nation and across the world.

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.

Will Strip for Fitness
While "Hips Don't Lie" by Shakira appropriately plays in the background, women perform pelvic thrusts and sexy hip rolls in high platform heels.

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