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Torain out for season

Morgan Bellinger / THE STATE PRESS
LAST TRAIN HOME: Running back Ryan Torain breaks left as Washington safety Darin Harris moves in for a tackle in the first quarter Saturday. Torain’s ASU career would come to an end shortly after.

The long and distant look ASU football coach Dennis Erickson wore as he walked toward reporters after Wednesday's practice said it all.


Women's movement is far from complete

It was standing room only at the Memorial Union's Arizona Ballroom on Wednesday evening as about 600 women and men of all ages listened intently to a women's movement pioneer.





One chill 'dude'
While calling people "dude" is common language for some students, there is only one "The Dude," who met with students Wednesday night at Murdoch hall.

AZ voters want new immigration laws
Consistent with years past, registered Arizonan voters who participated in the recently released Cronkite-Eight Poll were close to 70 percent in favor of new immigration laws and proposals.

Tempe police may change DUI test
One more reason not to drink and drive: needles.



Freshman may be missing piece for title run

Photo Courtesy of ASU Media Relations

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


Sun Devils seeking third straight conference win

The home stand continues for the ASU volleyball team as it welcomes one of the country's best to Wells Fargo Arena tonight.


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
Tom Brady kills me.

He's just too good. It's not fair.


Sun Devils seeking third straight conference win
The home stand continues for the ASU volleyball team as it welcomes one of the country's best to Wells Fargo Arena tonight.


Opinions: News flash: Alcohol and driving still don't mix

Don't like getting your blood drawn? Don't drink and drive. One third of Phoenix precincts now draw blood to check for DUIs and Tempe police are looking into taking up the practice. Blood tests are more accurate than breathalyzers and provide lasting proof of intoxication as the blood can be tested repeatedly.

Opinions: What is the Real Cost of Free Boobs?

MAPES: I hate that people feel pressured enough to look a certain way that they would go through surgery to change their appearance, but I respect a person's right to do what they want with their body. That said, I discovered the most desperate and disturbing Web site this weekend that is both hilarious and terrifying to me.


Opinions: Letters to the Editor


Food and fun highlight the Arizona State Fair

The Arizona State Fair kicked off in Phoenix last weekend, and with it came the three Fs: fried zucchini, fried Twinkies and fried Oreos.


Dessert bake-off pits husband against wife

Tensions mounted in the Home Ec Building on the Arizona State Fairgrounds on Saturday afternoon as contestants anxiously awaited the judges' final decision on this year's first culinary competition, the Ghirardelli Chocolate Championship.


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.


Voice: For the men who'll roll their eyes
I'm waiting for the day when my husband can wake up in the night when our baby's crying and hold her till she sleeps, and my family and male friends won't say, "He's the woman in the relationship."


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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