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Stepping out of the closet

Chris Atwood / THE STATE PRESS
COMING OUT: Political science freshman Kyle Chavira offers free T-shirts to passersby on Hayden Lawn as part of National Coming Out Day, Thursday.

ASU students came out in numbers Thursday for National Coming Out Day.

Celebrating their heritage

Two ASU students will trade swimsuits for tribal garb when they compete in the 46th annual Miss Indian Arizona Scholarship Program Saturday.

ASU student demands respect for the LGBT community
Quiet solidarity and strength for the LGBT community were the messages Thursday night at a candlelight vigil hosted in Phoenix by a Mesa resident.

Sun Devil Television branching out
When ASU students channel surf Friday night, they may end up seeing some of the same faces they pass on campus.

Last line of defense

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS

Briana Silvestri is finally getting her chance.

After having to sit back and watch for most of her first two years as a Sun Devil, the ASU women's soccer sophomore goalkeeper is making the most of her first year as the starter.

Teams to run at site of NCAA Championships

The depth of the young ASU men's and women's cross country teams will be tested Saturday as both will be running split squads for its races.

Pricelss Sports Commentary: Pac-10 is wide open
A few weeks ago, I was convinced that the USC football team was more overrated than the iPhone, so I pitched a column to a few of our editors on the vulnerabilities of the so-called best college football team of all time.

UA rivalry hot in minds of Sun Devils
The Sun Devils are fighting for more than bragging rights tonight against their intrastate rival.

ASU set to begin play in waded Pac-10
The ASU women's soccer team kicks off Pac-10 play this weekend when it takes on Washington tonight and No. 25 Washington State on Sunday at Sun Devil Soccer Stadium.

Opinions: Memorials shouldn't be trashed

ROVNER: Between the mascara-applying, the text-messaging, the talking on the phone, the fiddling with the radio station or the scrolling on the iPod, can the Arizona Department of Transportation truly be concerned with a six-foot memorial erected on the side of the 202?

Opinions: For Japan, lying about the past won't change anything

PATE: Japan just can't seem to come to terms with its participation in World War II. Like putting on new caulk without removing the old, it is trying to smooth over the barbaric acts it perpetrated upon the rest of Asia and the rest of Asia is taking notice.

Opinions: Letters to the Editor

Sound: Let it ride

Photo courtesy of Try Me Bicycle

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.

Feature: Life as a house

Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, earth-toned countertops in the kitchen, wood flooring throughout the house and light-colored paint on the walls.

Sex: Au naturel for nature
When one thinks of a Web site called, horribly depraved acts involving innocent vegetables might come to mind.

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.

Feature: The poor man's organic
While most college students live off of Ramen Noodles and Easy Mac, the green movement is motivating some students to spend a little more in order to lead a more organic lifestyle.

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