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Undocumented students may lose private funding

Lee Kauftheil
UNDOCUMENTED UNDERGRADS: Illegal immigrant students talk about how they work and pay taxes just like other students at ASU, and how Prop. 300 affects their future. Students who work and live in Arizona their whole lives say the law is unfair in the way it targets students who have been in Arizona paying taxes their entire lives.

Undocumented ASU students may be forced to forfeit all private funds awarded from the University if public officials deem them unlawful.


Police continue to search for sexual assault suspect

Tempe police and ASU officials distributed fliers throughout campus and nearby apartment complexes Wednesday following the off-campus sexual assault of a 19-year-old freshman.





Freshmen scholarship requirements unclear
The Financial Aid office is going to clarify the number of hours freshman must enroll in to keep merit-based scholarships, University officials said.

Center yourself with organic food and yoga
Tempe residents in search of a healthy lifestyle will have a new outlet starting this weekend.



Donahue closing in on milestone

Eric Binns / THE STATE PRESS

ASU senior libero Sydney Donahue and the Sun Devil volleyball team are back in Tempe to host their second tournament of the season.


Sun Devils sharper in practice

ASU football coach Dennis Erickson wasn't pleased with his team's practice effort last week and it showed Saturday when Colorado put ASU in an early 14-0 hole.


Devil Dish
Anybody, anytime…

That's the motto of the Arizona Diamondbacks and how appropriate it is.


Donahue closing in on milestone
ASU senior libero Sydney Donahue and the Sun Devil volleyball team are back in Tempe to host their second tournament of the season.


Sun Devils sharper in practice
ASU football coach Dennis Erickson wasn't pleased with his team's practice effort last week and it showed Saturday when Colorado put ASU in an early 14-0 hole.


Opinions: iBeg, iPlead, iWhine

DEVOE: Last week the iPhone was made more affordable for consumers by lowering the price from $599 to $399. Some were excited to be able to own the product or buy it as a gift while others who paid full price whined and complained about how unfair the price cut was.

Opinions: My God, I mean Britney Spears...

CEO: Britney Spears' VMA performance sucked and not in the good way best demonstrated by Monica Lewinski.

Instead, it was like watching someone taking candy from a baby. It was almost as horrifying as watching Bush be re-elected President in 2004. I cried a little. A part of me died.


Opinions: Letters to the Editor


Voice: Man on top

Sam Nalven / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

I am a 21-year-old student with an attractive and intelligent girlfriend, and every night I fall asleep on top of another man. Sort of.


Greek to me

I am not a sorority girl.

I weigh 140 pounds and am 5 feet 8 inches tall.

I have half-manageable, brown, curly hair.


Jammin' with Quakers
Onstage at the Fiddler's Dream, Bob Ryan, 54, addresses his attentive audience.


Out: "Palatte" pleaser
Palatte serves up fresh, French-influenced brunch in a small converted house in Phoenix's historic district. A recently opened partial-service café, Palatte has already attracted a large clientele forced to spill over to the eclectic mismatched chairs and tables in Palatte's huge misted yard.


The T&A Q&A: In the flesh
Not many college students strip down for cash. Count anthropoloyy sophomore Christine Htoon in the minority.


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