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Zeta Beta Tau returns to ASU after 30-year hiatus

Morgan Bellinger / THE STATE PRESS
NEW FRATERNITY: The founding fathers of ASU’s new Jewish fraternity look out over Alpha Drive Tuesday evening. Back to front, they are architecture freshman Mark Bartschi, chemistry freshman R.J. Iovino, and film and media studies freshman Joel Swedlove.

The Interfraternity Council deemed a new addition to ASU Greek Life kosher earlier this semester.


Tempe campus falls to 3rd place

ASU's Tempe campus has once again been beaten by Ohio State University.





Jump Start
At the start of the fall semester, some ASU colleges began to shed freshman-required general education courses in favor of specialized courses for their major.

Police Beat
A 20-year-old Salinas, Calif. man was arrested Saturday night on charges of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia and being a minor in possession of alcohol, according to the police report.

House takes on illegal file sharing
ASU officials are opposed to a new House of Representatives proposal under review that would force colleges to further filter and monitor their online networks, one University official says.



Sun Devils' tip of the sword

Photo Courtesy of ASU Media Relations

Major transitions, such as going from the country to a metropolis or a school to a university, can typically be tough for the participating party.


Freshman may be missing piece for title run

Going into the final meet of the regular season last Saturday, one major question remained unanswered for the ASU women's cross country team.


Devil Dish
A phenomena swept Sun Devil Stadium Saturday night during the ASU football game.


Sun Devils' tip of the sword
Major transitions, such as going from the country to a metropolis or a school to a university, can typically be tough for the participating party.


Freshman may be missing piece for title run
Going into the final meet of the regular season last Saturday, one major question remained unanswered for the ASU women's cross country team.


Opinions: Less talky, more Rocky

WALLACE: Ring-ring.

Ladies and Gentlemen, this is a call for excellence.

In his book "Wall and Piece," the infamous graffiti artist known in the UK and internationally as "Banksy" observes:

Opinions: If you insult monks, you're the bad guy

What do Buddhist monks, Chinese tanks and Thomas Jefferson have in common?
A hint: the answer is not a slave/mistress.

The answer, which you now must be dying to hear, is that they have all come to represent the struggle for individual freedoms.


Opinions: Letters to the Editor


Dying in the digital age

Bettina Hansen / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

ASU nursing student Jillian Boda was not far from campus on the night of March 28, 2007, when a driver slammed into her and her boyfriend's car and killed her.


Feature: You say you want a revolution

Signs started popping up all over the city last Independence Day, declaring a new revolution: The Ron Paul Revolution.


Dance and genetics: Unlikley combo makes a great show
Genetics and dance may not seem like they go together, but for the Liz Lerman Dance Exchange, genetics are a part of the studio.


Sex: Benefits, but with doubts
Friends who hook up may seem to some to have the perfect setup: commitment-free sex, a known partner and the freedom to still mingle in the dating scene.


Sound: New Tricks
Bark Bark Bark's sound is a cocktail of electronic drumbeats, synthesizers, random samplings from old Nintendo games and maybe a little LSD.


Out: Step into Mexico
The drive to the border may be just a few hours, but it's quicker, cheaper and easier to get an authentic Mexican experience by merely heading to Tradiciones restaurant in Phoenix.


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