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Worker dies at Cronkite School site

Courtney Sargent / THE STATE PRESS
FATAL FALL: A construction worker fell to his death at the construction site for the new Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at the Downtown campus Tuesday.

A 21-year-old male construction worker died Tuesday morning after falling from the roof of the new building for the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the Downtown campus.


It's Sun Devil vs. Sun Devil beginning today

The buzzers are ready. The almanacs have been studied, the war paint has been applied. It's time for ASU's second annual Academic Bowl, kicking off today.





'He was an amazingly brilliant person with an intelligent mind'
Family members of a Biodesign researcher who died Saturday said they would remember him for his strong work ethic and nonchalant attitude.

Police Beat
A 43-year-old Mesa woman was arrested Monday night on charges of prostitution at Hudson Drive and Oak Street, according to the police report.


Woman sexually assaulted near Scottsdale and Curry roads
A 25-year-old Tempe woman was assaulted on the 800 block of North College Avenue early Tuesday, according to Tempe police.



Donahue capping historic career

Courtesy of ASU Media Relation

She one of the best defensive players in collegiate volleyball history, breaking records throughout her career and she still sleeps with the blanket she's had since she was a baby.


Sun Devils perform poorly in California

For a second straight week, the ASU men's golf team struggled to put up low numbers against tough competition.


Donahue capping historic career
She one of the best defensive players in collegiate volleyball history, breaking records throughout her career and she still sleeps with the blanket she's had since she was a baby.


Sun Devils perform poorly in California
For a second straight week, the ASU men's golf team struggled to put up low numbers against tough competition.


Devil Dish
The shame of recently retired U.S. sprinter Marion Jones deals another wound to the sport of track and field.


Opinions: Transgenders deserve equal rights

CEO: This past weekend, I attended the Human Rights Campaign's National Dinner in Washington D.C.

During a lunch meeting, I met Susan Stanton, a transgender woman from Largo, Fla. Recently she was fired from her job as City Manager because she came out to her employers that she was transgender.

Opinions: Cell phone alert system a step in the right direction

SPIVACK: For the first time ever, Arizona State University implemented a text messaging service last week designed to alert faculty and students in the event of any sort of major emergency.


Opinions: Letters to the Editor


Sex: Au naturel for nature

Katie Lehman / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

When one thinks of a Web site called VegPorn.com, horribly depraved acts involving innocent vegetables might come to mind.


'King of Kong' so silly, but true

The characters and events that unfold in the documentary "King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters" are so off the wall that it is hard to believe it's a documentary. Luckily there's Google for that sort of thing.


Out: You bet I am
Looking to mix up the cold pizz and beer diet you've been subsisting on? The recently opened I Am the Center Bistro offers students culinary options that harmonize with a healthier, more natural lifestyle, all within walking distance of the Tempe campus.


Sound: Let it ride
While "organic" may not have its own section in music stores just yet, the members of Phoenix band Try Me Bicycle are committed to spreading environmental awareness through their music.


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