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ASU reaches record enrollment

Chris Atwood / THE STATE PRESS
SHOULDER TO SHOULDER: Recent ASU figures indicate enrollment rates are up 1.8 percent from last year.

ASU has set another enrollment record this year, increasing by about 1.8 percent, according to official figures.

The University has reached 64,394 students, an increase of 1,116.

Devils dominate Stanford

The Sun Devils crushed the lowly Stanford Cardinal Saturday night in a 41-3 victory.

Heat increases challenge of Muslim holiday
The holiest month in the Islamic faith has also become one of the hardest for some ASU students celebrating Ramadan.

Police Beat
An 18-year-old male ASU student was arrested Wednesday morning at Manzanita Hall for possession of alcohol and being underage with alcohol in the body, police reported.

Sun Devils see opportunity at Stanford

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS

Playing their first road game of the season, ASU football coach Dennis Erickson is making sure his players are not viewing their trip to Palo Alto, Calif. as a vacation.

Men's golf to face top competition

The ASU men's golf team will hit the Midwest once again this weekend as it travel to Chicago, Ill., to take part in the second annual Fighting Illini Invitational.

Rival UCLA bumps ASU to fourth place tournament
For a second straight week, the No. 2 ASU women's golf team saw a lead to UCLA disappear as the Sun Devils fell back a spot on the final day of play in the Margaret Branch NCAA Preview in Albuquerque, N.M.

ASU runners back in action
After taking a week off from competition, the ASU men's and women's cross country teams will finally make a trip out of the state as they get set to compete in the 22nd Annual Roy Griak Invitational in Minneapolis, Minn. on Saturday.

ASU pushes Oregon, but drops match
After a memorable second game, the ASU volleyball team lost a match that was much closer than the final score showed.

Opinions: Pulling out is the worst idea

CEO: A lot of things can be said about the Democrats; however, smart they are not. Sure, they have been good about attempting to make sure every child in the nation receives decent healthcare. And, they may have been able to help cut the interest rate of my student loans in half. But they certainly are stupid when it comes to Iraq.

Opinions: Apology to our readers

These two letters, written by State Press Opinions Editor Jed Dougherty and State Press Editor-in-chief Kristi Eaton, are in response to Thursday's "Tell it like it is" question, "What's your favorite sex position."

Opinions: Letters to the Editor

The T&A Q&A: Latex Lady


If you're ever in need of some protection, you don't have to hit up the nearest Walgreens.

Out: Cheap sushi? You Crazy!

Most college students hear "sushi" and think "pricey," but that's not always the case. Crazy Fish Sushi 202 tucked away just north of the Scottsdale Road entrance to state Route 202 has created one of the most delicious and economical happy hours from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays.

Voice: Getting my fixie
Every morning before I head to school I roll up my right pant leg. This isn't my way of recognizing a gang but instead is an indicator of lifestyle: my mode of transportation to be exact. I ride a bicycle, a fixed-gear bicycle. In the past year, fixed-gear bicycles have become the newest fashion, and one that doesn't appear to be letting up anytime soon. So what is it about these bicycles that has caught the attention of everyone?

Go: Fall color in Arizona
Fall is here in Arizona, but don't expect to see cholla turn orange and gold or for cacti to begin dropping their needles. If you're dying to see some real autumn color, a day-trip up north might be just what you need. Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon offer scenic views of landscapes and plenty of trees with real autumn color.

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