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Championing truthiness

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ASU students and faculty may be ready to "taste the truthiness" of political satirist Stephen Colbert's bid for presidency.

Sex assault case will likely be closed

A Sept. 18 sexual assault case involving the Sigma Nu fraternity will likely be closed, but the fraternity will face disciplinary action for at least one Sept. 1 aggravated assault, according to ASU police spokespersons.

ASU wrestlers arrested in connection with Sept. 1 assault
Three former ASU wrestlers and one current wrestler were arrested and charged with aggravated assault during the Sept. 1 ASU football game against San Jose State, ASU Police spokesman Jim Hardina said Thursday.

Police Beat
A 21-year-old ASU student was arrested late Tuesday night on the 500 block of South Forest Avenue on charges of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to the police report.

Getting into the Halloween spirit while learning about ASU
Pumpkin bowling and painting coupled with introductions to student organizations offered a mix of academia and amusement at the second annual Fall Festival at the Hassayampa Academic Village courtyard Thursday.

Sun Devil coach to face former squad for the first time

Morgan Bellinger / THE STATE PRESS

The ASU women's soccer team returns home this weekend to play a pair of ranked Pac-10 teams when it takes on No. 21 California tonight and No. 5 Stanford on Sunday at Sun Devil Soccer Stadium.

ASU's chance to shine

If the No. 7 ASU football team wants to prove it belongs among the nation's elite programs, it has as good an opportunity as ever Saturday at Sun Devil Stadium.

Devil Dish
Two and half years ago I thought I had all I could take. The Boston Red Sox were amidst a yearlong love fest following their first World Series win in 86 years and the New England Patriots had just captured their third Super Bowl in four years.

Championship season starts for cross country with conference meet
The ASU men's and women's cross country teams will take on the best in the conference at the Pac-10 Championships in Corvallis, Ore., on Saturday.

Cal denies underdog title despite consecutive losses
When the ASU football team looks itself in the mirror Saturday night, it may see what most expected out of the California football team.

Opinions: Don't be downbeat, read the offbeats

BERKLEY: Sunrise, sunset. Breathe in, breathe out. Obla-di, obla-da. Yep, la-la-la-la-life goes on and the ever-so-constant constants stay predictably constant. Whoop-dee-doo, does nature want a medal or something?

Opinions: Show up or miss out

SPIVACK: It's now or never if you are in any shape, fashion or form part of ASU. You are either in or out, because it's now or never to show your pride, now or never to get excited about Sun Devil football.

Opinions: Boos & Bravos
See what the editorial board selected for this week's Boos & Bravos.

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.

Voice: My 117 heroes
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.

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

Feature: Requiem for Pappas
When the Thomas J. Pappas School was founded nearly two decades ago, it served just eight homeless children in Phoenix. Since then, Pappas has grown to three schools in Tempe and Phoenix and has taught thousands of elementary and middle school students.

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