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Weber does it all in ASU victory

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HIGH STEPPIN': Senior running back Ryan Torain attempts to avoid WSU’s Mike Graise during Saturday’s game in Pullman, Wash.

Thomas Weber was as good as it can get.

Protestors march for Burmese monks along Mill

About 100 Valley residents marched against a government that is halfway across the world Saturday.

'I'm scared for these kids'
ASU students involved with the Thomas J. Pappas schools are shocked and saddened by the news that they will close next year.

Professor: Policies around sexual assault must change
Men and women came together this weekend at ASU's West campus to learn how to put an end to sexual assault.

Police Beat
A 19-year-old female ASU student was arrested on the 500 block of East University Drive Thursday evening on charges of possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and being a minor in possession of alcohol.

Men's cross country wins team title, women finish fifth in ASU meet

Jeffrey Lowman / THE STATE PRESS

Facing stiff in-state competition, the ASU men's and women's cross country teams held their own at the 22nd running of the ASU Invitational held at Tempe's Kiwanis Park on Friday.

ASU fails to defeat a ranked opponent for third straight time

The ASU women's soccer team could not break through again against a ranked team as it lost 1-0 to No. 19 San Diego at Sun Devil Soccer Stadium on Sunday.

Sun Devils shoot to bounce back
After a disappointing finish in its most recent tournament in Chicago, the ASU men's golf team will try to rebound this week at the Sixth Annual Alister Mackenzie Invitational in Fairfax, Calif.

ASU seeking first tournament win of the season
The No. 3 ASU women's golf team will continue its fall season today as it begins the three-day Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational in Sammamish, Wash.

Sun Devils swept, then sweep to finish Washington road trip 1-1
The ASU volleyball team was on the good and bad end of a pair of sweeps last week on the road in the Northwest.

Opinions: Racism looks a lot like Benjamin Franklin

Maybe you remember it from high school. Classes split by skin color. Blacks, whites and Latinos sitting in different sections in every room. Honors classes filled with whites in schools where whites are a minority. Schools that are 90 percent minority or 90 percent white. However it shows up, segregation still undeniably exists in America's schools. And the more things change, the more they stay the same.

Opinions: What doesn't kill me makes me stronger

MISAK: Rejection sucks. We have all had a dose of being emotionally rejected thought out our lives. I have been through so much rejection in my young life that I'm like an old rusty car chugging along the road waiting to break at the next turn.

Whether it comes from a group of friends, a team, a social situation, an employer, failing a test or being rejected in a relationship, rejection can come subtly or blatantly.

Opinions: Letters to the Editor

Take a journey 'Into the Wild'

Photo courtesy of MCT

"Into the Wild" was as much of a journey for the film's cast and crew as it is for audiences to watch.

Out: Pretty awesome blossom

Cherry Blossom Noodle Café can't seem to figure out what it's all about. At first glance, it appears to be a Japanese noodle shop, with bamboo screens, chopsticks and wooden tables. But a closer look at the menu shows that the term "noodle" encompasses Italian pasta dishes, and the banana bread in the assorted breadbasket implies a touch of bakery.

On the cover: And then comes withdrawal
Matt* can't say exactly how his meth addiction started.

Voice: Life, libertarian and the pursuit of happiness
For me, the road to calling myself a libertarian was a gradual one. It started with reading the libertarian cliché Ayn Rand novels and led to the study of classical liberals like John Stuart Mill. Studying economics was certainly an important catalyst as well. I took from my courses the hard facts of the positive realm and began thinking about my own normative ideas. The major premise I ended with was that government intervention, although always with the best intention, could end up hurting more people than it helps.

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