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Still betting it all a year later

Ryan A. Ruiz / THE STATE PRESS
WHAT YA GOT?: Kinesiology major Eric Wallenberg enjoys playing poker and blackjack on-line, but prefers to play craps on his frequent visits to Las Vegas.

Online gambling for real money may have been outlawed in 2006, but a year after the law went into effect, some ASU students are still cashing in.


Working to change the world, one woman at a time

When English senior Catherine Traywick came to ASU from the Philippines, she was surprised by the lack of knowledge many students had about world issues.





Tempe to L.A. and back for $1
ASU students can now take a bus to Los Angeles and back for about the cost of a tank of gas, thanks to a new transportation system with a stop next to the Tempe campus.

Police Beat
A 48-year-old Chandler woman was arrested Saturday night on charges of displaying a fictitious license plate and possession of narcotic drugs on the 1900 block of East Baseline Road, according to the police report.



Sun Devils not fazed by early deficits

Jeffrey Lowman / THE STATE PRESS

The difference is obvious.

The players attribute it to the new coaching staff, led by a two-time national champion in head coach Dennis Erickson.


Water polo club finding identity in second season


Senior AJ Grucky has been a pioneer for the ASU Water Polo club.


Sun Devils not fazed by early deficits
The difference is obvious.

The players attribute it to the new coaching staff, led by a two-time national champion in head coach Dennis Erickson.


ASU women remain undefeated
The ASU women's swim and dive team remained undefeated on the season this weekend, beating the UNLV Rebels 205-95.


Water polo club finding identity in second season

Senior AJ Grucky has been a pioneer for the ASU Water Polo club.


Opinions: You're the dirty bomb

You don't know them and you can't see them, but right now thousands of elected officials, cops and local businesses are working to stop a terrorist attack just blocks away from campus. Right now, a dirty bomb is planted at the intersection of Loops 101 and 202, which could explode and cause a cloud of deadly radioactive particles to sweep across campus, killing hundreds.

Opinions: The new 'Evil Empire'

SPIVACK: You either love 'em or you hate 'em. Least that's the adage involving the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball.

No team in American sports history has more World Championships, spent more money, or had a richer past than the Yankees.


Opinions: Letters to 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.


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.


Tempe Tardeada
In time to the upbeat Latin music, the girls of the ASU Show Dance soared over the shoulders of their male partners. The audience gasped, then cheered.


'Darjeeling' is Anderson's best
Director Wes Anderson ("The Royal Tenenbaums," "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou") has a truly outstanding visual style, but his offbeat humor isn't for everybody.


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