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A new beginning to an old tradition

Branden Eastwood / THE STATE PRESS
DEDICATION: Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano points at ASU President Michael Crow during his introduction of the governor at the dedication of the new Tempe LDS Institute of Religion building Sunday afternoon.

Sunday afternoon was a once-in-a-lifetime experience for some ASU members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.


Students in financial aid limbo

Although one ASU official said everything is running smoothly in the financial aid department, a number of students have yet to see a dime from their aid requests.





For ASU professor, translation is magic
Crossing barriers of language and era are difficult for anyone. But for ASU Japanese professor Anthony Chambers, it's all in a day's work.

Police Beat
An 18-year-old male student was arrested early Thursday morning on the 700 block of East Lemon Street on charges of criminal damage and of being underage with alcohol in his body.



Sun Devils slip by San Diego State

Jeffrey Lowman / THE STATE PRESS

Running back Keegan Herring flashed back in ASU's 34-13 home win over San Diego State Saturday night.


Soccer extends streak to 3

The ASU women's soccer team came away with two wins on the road last weekend as it beat Southern Methodist University, 4-1, on Friday and Texas Christian University, 2-0, on Sunday.


Volleyball wins final preseason tourney
The ASU volleyball team closed out non-conference play the best way possible this weekend at Wells Fargo Arena.


Herring unstoppable in place of injured Torain
No Train, no problem.

Junior running back Keegan Herring stepped up and carried the load on the ground for the ASU football team against San Diego State Saturday in the absence of an injured senior running back Ryan Torain.


Opinions: Goodbye to a soldier

There is nothing harder than saying goodbye, especially when someone leaves unexpectedly. When they leave without warning or even the chance to say goodbye to the people they loved and the people who loved them back.

I dedicate this article to the life and love of Myke Miller, who was so unfairly forced to leave this life last Thursday, September 6th, as a casualty of war in Afghanistan.

Opinions: Illegals are taking your money

Hey you. Yes, you. As you glance at this article, and immediately turn the page, don't assume this is another hefty immigration debate that seems over your head or irrelevant to your daily life. Yes, this article is about immigration, but it affects you.


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.


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.


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


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.


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