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Protestors disrupt fundraiser

Morgan Bellinger / THE STATE PRESS
TWILIGHT PROTEST: ASU students and Great Western employees march in Thursday night’s protest outside Gammage Auditorium.

Several hundred community members at a cocktail reception for a fundraiser on Gammage lawn Thursday were noisily disrupted by about 50 marching, chanting and drumming demonstrators carrying signs.

ASU leads state universities in percentage of alcohol referrals

ASU students at the Tempe campus registered the highest percentage of university alcohol referrals in the state last year, according to new statistics.

Where my boys at?
If you're a male in a classroom, you're probably a student and not a teacher.

The number of male teachers has reached an all-time low, according to the National Education Association, whose numbers indicate only 1/4 of the 3 million teachers in the United States are male.

Students teaching students
ASU political science freshmen may find their instructor in one class is their lab partner in another.

Sun Devils get shot at No. 1 Santa Clara

Morgan Bellinger / THE STATE PRESS

The ASU women's soccer team will play host to the top-ranked team in the nation tonight when it takes on No. 1 Santa Clara at 7 p.m. at Sun Devil Soccer Stadium.
The Sun Devils (4-2-0) are currently on a three-game winning streak and are eyeing an upset of the No. 1 Broncos (4-0-1).

Young Sun Devils start season on vital course

Young and talented.

That's how ASU men's golf coach Randy Lein described his team, which tees off its season this weekend at the PING/Golfweek Preview in West Lafayette, Ind.

'She could be one of the greatest'
Sophomore Ali Kielty did not know what to expect after sitting out most of 2005 season at ASU as a redshirt.

Devil Dish
Rudy Carpenter said, "It's for real next week" following last Saturday's football game against San Diego State.

Carpenter's experience gives Sun Devils the advantage
ASU junior quarterback Rudy Carpenter had a miserable game the last time these two teams met in November of 2006. He finished 9-of-24 for 124 yards, two interceptions and was sacked four times in a 44-10 loss in Corvallis, Ore. It's hard to think Carpenter will have anything close to a repeat performance, especially with the way the wide receivers have matured this year.

Opinions: Letters to the Editor

In response to your September 20 taser editorial, I'd like to point out that you completely left out many important facts about the recent University of Florida incident. In your editorial, the student who was tased during John Kerry's speech was completely victimized — and wrongly so.

Opinions: Draft is the only way to win in Iraq

PATE: Let me preface this all by saying: the draft isn't coming back.

It's political suicide for whichever party implements it. The difference between supporting a war and actually being drafted is a bit like a ham and egg breakfast; the chicken supports it, but the pig was conscripted.

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

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.

Sex: Absti-dance

Members of a Christian dance group are teaching other teens to save sex for marriage through an usual format: hip-hop routines and plays.

Feature: Trashed
In 1991, when ASU first began a recycling program, the annual budget was $95,900. Sixteen years and thousands of extra students later, that yearly budget is still $95,900, says Kerry Suson, ASU's recycling program coordinator.

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.

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