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Think twice before tailgating

Morgan Bellinger / THE STATE PRESS
YOU MAY PASS: Following behind a car with a parking permit or “gate running” has become a serious safety concern on campus.

The practice of tailgating has become more than just a pre-football game routine, according to ASU Parking and Transit services.

Report: ASU sexual health lacking

Students may be aware of sexual health issues, but according to the second-annual Trojan Sexual Health Report Card, the information isn't coming from ASU's Campus Health Service.

Police Beat
A 28-year-old Phoenix woman was arrested early Monday morning on the 200 block of West Southern Avenue on charges of failing to appear in court for burglary, being in possession of dangerous drugs and drug paraphernalia.

Telemarketers raise more than $1 million for University
Telemarketing is a job that often carries stigmas, but Sun Devil Tele-Connections is working to overcome them.

Sun Devils seek to avoid another early letdown

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS

It won't be as complicated.

Women's golf to tee it up in Tennessee

The ASU women's golf team will take a No. 2 ranking into its first tournament as it's set to battle with some of the top teams in the nation this weekend at the Mason Rudolph Women's Championship in Franklin, Tenn.

Sun Devil soccer two-steps to Texas
The ASU women's soccer team travels to the Lone Star State this weekend to take on a pair of Texas teams.

Inexperienced San Diego State starting from scratch
Like all women, the loyal fans of losing college football teams want to hear those three magic words.

Win comes ugly as ASU volleyball opens tournament
In spite of getting a win, the ASU volleyball team didn't begin the Crowne Plaza/Phoenix Airport Classic the way it wanted to.

Opinions: Democracy can't be created at gunpoint

PATE: Recently, we've had no less than four reports on the progress of the Baghdad surge. They've all referred to it as a tactical success.

So was Tet. A tactical success is certainly a success, but we ought to weigh how much progress is still needed in Iraq.

Opinions: Sustainability is flashy

DOUGHERTY: Nothing says, "I'm saving the world!" like printing off your work on a new, state of the art, multi-use copier/printer. Arizona State University knows this, and if you've printed, copied, faxed, or scanned anything on campus this year, you do too.

Opinions: Boos and Bravos
See what the editorial board boos & bravos this week.

The T&A Q&A: In the flesh


Not many college students strip down for cash. Count anthropoloyy sophomore Christine Htoon in the minority.

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.

Voice: Man on top
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.

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.

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