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Former ASU student tries to cash in on Crow's name

BIRD-HATERS: One former ASU student is taking his dislike of University policies to another level by creating T-shirts.

ASU President Michael Crow will be made into a fashion symbol next week when one former ASU student reveals his new line of shirts that display a blatant disapproval for the University leader.


Coming home for Homecoming

Students alternated between singing and cheering for The Format Wednesday night at Gammage Auditorium as part of ASU's Homecoming Week.





Shiver me timbers! It's scurvy!
Pirates aren't the only ones worried about scurvy. One ASU professor has researched all areas of vitamin C, including the deficiency, which causes the disease.

Sun Devil for president in '08
The next president of the United States could be an ASU graduate.

Using a backpack for something other than books
Students with dead iPod batteries and no charger could have a solution soon � plugging it into their backpacks, thanks to an ASU professor.



Golden Bears' big plays grab ASU's attention

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS

After seven victories against opponents with a combined record of 20-31, the No. 7 ASU football team's true Pac-10 test will finally start on Saturday. Up first is No. 18 California (5-2, 2-2 Pac-10) who is coming off of consecutive losses to Oregon State and UCLA.


Road trip possible turning point for Sun Devils

The Sun Devils are going back to the Northwest this weekend looking to get a much-needed upset win in Oregon.


Devil Dish
I usually don't write with sympathy, but my heart goes out to all the people in Southern California who have lost their houses, families, pets or anything of significance.


Golden Bears' big plays grab ASU's attention
After seven victories against opponents with a combined record of 20-31, the No. 7 ASU football team's true Pac-10 test will finally start on Saturday. Up first is No. 18 California (5-2, 2-2 Pac-10) who is coming off of consecutive losses to Oregon State and UCLA.


Road trip possible turning point for Sun Devils
The Sun Devils are going back to the Northwest this weekend looking to get a much-needed upset win in Oregon.


Opinions: Private armies are bad armies

PATE: As many as 30,000 men fight for the American government in Iraq, motivated by money. They are not soldiers; they are, at best, mercenaries. Many of them aren't even American. These are the private security contractors, and our government ought to rid itself of them.

Opinion: Doing students a disfavor

DEVOE: Whenever I'm working to set up appointments for students at my various office jobs around campus, it seems that nearly half the calls come from parents.


Opinions: Letters to the Editor


Voice: My 117 heroes

Chelsea Kent / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

Imagine: you wake up in a hospital bed. You don't know where you are, what day it is or what happened to you, and you cannot move or talk. Sounds like a movie-of-the-week. Two years ago, that was me.


Local Limelight: Return to Format

Sam Means, The Format songwriter, guitarist and keyboardist, says his love for music began with a gift from his father. "My dad got me this easy Beatles guitar book," he says. "That's pretty much how I learned how to play, going through it every single night."


Sex: Watch your mouth!
While using protection during all forms of sex may seem obvious, many people don't think "safe sex" applies to oral.


Out: House of Fire
Something new is smoking near Tempe campus, bringing barbecue to college students in a laid-back environment. Urban Campfire's sign is neither eye-catching, nor inspiring. It's easy to drive by without noticing that recently, this small, unassuming building became home to an affordable smokehouse restaurant.


On the cover: Causes go commercial
In the '60s and '70s, millions of college students took to the streets to protest the Vietnam War, race discrimination and gender inequality. Today, to support a cause, many students just buy a T-shirt or join a group on Facebook.com.


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