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Middle East youth will determine the region's future, lecturer says

Branden Eastwood / THE STATE PRESS
SPEAKING EAST, MIDDLE THAT IS: Robin Wright speaks about her experiences as a journalist in the Middle East at Gammage Auditorium Tuesday night.

Islamic extremists will continue to shape American foreign policy in the years to come and the terrorist bombings are not over, A Washington Post journalist told several hundred people at Gammage Auditorium Tuesday night.

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Towers residents can finally cool off
After nearly a month without working air conditioning, residents of the University Towers have a temporary solution, but will have to wait a month longer for the problem to be completely solved.

Tougher DUI law starts today
Arizona will put into effect one of the toughest DUI laws in the country today.

Study abroad officials receiving free trips as perks
Think you know where your study abroad tuition fees are going? Think again.



Two for the show

Chris Atwood / THE STATE PRESS

Raising their rackets up to their shoulders each time, they focus on the green balls emanating from the machine faced in their direction; and, as the Arizona sun beat down on their faces, the Abdala sisters smacked the balls right back.


Women's soccer can count on consistent defender

Consistent.

That's the best adjective that ASU women's soccer coach, Kevin Boyd, can use to describe sophomore defender Liz Harkin.


Devil Dish
I hate commercials, but not on Sundays.

Normally my ADD kicks in and I can't even watch a second of that damn TV-timeout filler.


Two for the show
Raising their rackets up to their shoulders each time, they focus on the green balls emanating from the machine faced in their direction; and, as the Arizona sun beat down on their faces, the Abdala sisters smacked the balls right back.


Women's soccer can count on consistent defender
Consistent.

That's the best adjective that ASU women's soccer coach, Kevin Boyd, can use to describe sophomore defender Liz Harkin.


Opinions: No subjectivity to morals

WALLACE: Sam Harris, the acclaimed author, plainly states in his widely-read book Letter to a Christian Nation that "questions of morality are questions of happiness and suffering." This admits that the human has some natural conception of morality (a conscience), but stops short of admitting that this tool helps us all read the same standard. Unfortunately, brutal news this week out of Sacramento, California has given an extreme example as to why such an assertion is simply wrong.

Opinions: Another reason to ride a bike

It's hard to be the sober guy or girl. Bars, clubs and box socials are all pretty boring when you aren't imbibing copious amounts of alcohol. They're dark, loud, the conversation sucks because everyone is too drunk to be coherent and good scrabble partners are generally nowhere to be found.


Opinions: Letters to the Editor


Professor shows Valley growth through research, photos

Looking at Litchfield Park today, it is difficult to remember it as a strictly agricultural community. But that is what a project led by ASU professor Gloria Cuadraz aims to do.


On the cover: Living a Second Life

Art Heartsdale is flying. Not in a plane or helicopter. He is parallel to the ground below him, soaring through the air with his arms trailing behind him. The sky is sunny and cloudless, the perfect day for spending time on the beach below him. Lying on the beach seems pointless when he can glide through the air.


Local Limelight: Rock the house
The hottest new music venue in the Valley is right in your backyard. Actually, it is your backyard, or your kitchen, or your living room.


Out: Take a dip
It may seem odd to pay to eat at a restaurant where you have to cook your own food, but the experience at Shabu Fondue is well worth it. Shabu Fondue gives the communal Swiss dipping meal an Asian twist at a reasonable price, creating deliciously interactive meals.


Voice: Summer in the city
"We would love to have you intern." Those seven simple words would change my summer plans, and consequently my life, forever.

For years I had wanted to live in New York City and work in fashion. This past summer, my dream came true, and I was able to have a taste of what life and work in the Big Apple was like.


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