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ASU offering assistance to CA students

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LEAVING HOME: Evacuees look at newspaper articles on the fire at an evacuation center in San Bernardino, California, Thursday.

With wildfires continuing to rage in California, ASU is offering financial aid and free counseling to students affected by the natural disaster.


Romney may not appeal to some Mormon students

Mitt Romney is Mormon, but don't assume the more than 2,000 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints students at ASU will automatically vote for the presidential candidate.





Religion as an issue
With a plethora of issues to choose from in the 2008 presidential election, religion could be a major factor, according to some ASU students and a professor.

Governor launches effort to educate adults about teen drinking
As Gov. Janet Napolitano launched a campaign to curb underage drinking, a community leader who lost a child in an alcohol-related traffic accident said parents must stop sending mixed messages on drinking.

Immigration is a global issue, AIESEC panelists say
History professor Brian Gratton said that when he lived in Barcelona, Spain in 1996, he missed the diversity of the United States.



Carpenter wears thumb brace

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS

The most important thumb on the No. 6 ASU football team was covered with a brace Monday afternoon.


ASU teams make strides in victories

It was a good weekend for both ASU swimming and diving teams.

The men got their first win of the season with a 177-170 victory, while the women remained undefeated on the season with a 236-111 triumph over the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos in the two-day meet.


Carpenter wears thumb brace
The most important thumb on the No. 6 ASU football team was covered with a brace Monday afternoon.


Devil Dish
A-Rod is probably the best baseball player of our generation.


ASU teams make strides in victories
It was a good weekend for both ASU swimming and diving teams.

The men got their first win of the season with a 177-170 victory, while the women remained undefeated on the season with a 236-111 triumph over the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos in the two-day meet.


Opinions: Sports: why do we care?

SPIVACK: I woke up early Sunday morning groggy and tired as all hell with a horse for a voice feeling as if I had just ran the Boston Marathon, and to make matters worse I was late for work.

And I couldn't have been happier. In fact, I knew that the whole week was going to go okay as flashes of the previous night's Sun Devil football game hit my mind like a Rudy Carpenter touchdown pass.

Opinions: Zuckerburg's evil empire

ROVNER: What is it in this modern world we all live in that allows us no downtime? I mean, between the BlackBerry beeping every ten minutes when a new e-mail arrives (thanks, New York Times for the 3:30 a.m. e-mail about Condoleezza Rice) or the iPod headphones that reluctantly rest on my ears on my way to class, or, even worse, my addiction to Facebook — they have all inevitably ruined my once-revered relaxation time.


Opinions: Christians aren't bozos
Who elected George Bush?

Seriously, who voted for that guy? Twice?


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.


Scary drive, boring house

What's truly frightening about The Nest — a haunted house located in Queen Creek — isn't the ghouls within, but the drive to find the place.


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.


Comedy of Carell, Cook wasted in 'Real Life'
"Dan in Real Life" is a comedy/drama that is light on comedy and substitutes melodrama and cheesy family moments for actual drama. It is also a depressing example of what happens when good actors are paired with bad scripts.


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