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Come and get it

Morgan Bellinger / THE STATE PRESS
CHECK IT OUT: Aramark employee Kenty Sisior works at the transplanted Memorial Union market in the PE West building Tuesday evening.

ASU students wondering if their meal plans went up in smoke with Thursday's Memorial Union fire now have other dining options.

The new MU Express, located in the Physical Education West building, allows students to use their meal plan money at a full-service market and a food court, said Jessica Tomac, ARAMARK marketing director.


A tortured past

When the blindfold was removed, Carlos Mauricio knew he was underground because thousands of cockroaches lined the ceiling of the chamber.





Arson not a problem in Tempe, fire officials say
Despite "suspicious" conditions surrounding the Memorial Union's blaze, Tempe Fire Department officials said arson isn't a problem for the city.

Dave's Dog House prepares to shut its door
After a nearly yearlong legal battle, one of Tempe's most popular hot dog joints is closing its doors.

Nanotechnology means big changes for memory
Memory and storage devices have new competition from ASU with technology that could outdate the most common forms of existing memory devices, according to University researchers.



Home away from home

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS

When the No. 9 ASU football team heads to Los Angeles to face UCLA Saturday, it will be a homecoming of sorts.


UA match vital to ASU's at-large hopes

The Sun Devils are looking to complete their second straight series sweep of their archrivals tonight in Tucson.


Home away from home
When the No. 9 ASU football team heads to Los Angeles to face UCLA Saturday, it will be a homecoming of sorts.


Devil Dish
Another day, another story about steroids in baseball.

Today's names involved are former Arizona Diamondbacks Matt Williams and Jose Guillen.


UA match vital to ASU's at-large hopes
The Sun Devils are looking to complete their second straight series sweep of their archrivals tonight in Tucson.


Opinions: Fire holds valuable lessons

Like the fabled Phoenix springing reborn from the ashes of a fire, a new understanding about several facets of our campus has taken flight out of the burned husk of the Memorial Union.

Three aspects of the dark underbelly of ASU were illuminated by last Thursday's blaze. Structurally, sprinklers are not installed in many of the older buildings around campus. Ethically, students failed to help a fellow student, a paraplegic, who was stranded in the basement of the MU during the fire. Financially, ASU is not refunding students with meal plans who used the MU as their primary eating location.

Opinions: Fighting the freedom to conform

PRICE: Peer pressure is usually thought of as a tool used by middle school or high school students to pressure their classmates into drinking alcohol or doing drugs. After adolescence we no longer consider this social device to be a threat to us, considering most of us have already fallen victim to the aforementioned vices. Beware my fellow comrades, this menace likes to lurk in dark corners and disguise itself in sheep's clothing.


Opinions: Letters to the Editor


On the Cover: Playing with fire

Sam Nalven / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

Newly constructed buildings on campus have them. So do residence halls. But not the second floor of the Memorial Union.

ASU Tempe campus sprinkler coverage


Voice: The drugs that took my brother away

It's hard enough to move to a new city, start a college career and meet a new set of friends. It's even harder when two weeks before you start a new life, your brother's life ends.


Local Limelight: Having her day
Her long dark hair, bright red lipstick and tattooed skin may make Wensday look like a vocalist for a punk rock band. But beneath it all, her sultry, classically trained voice is making waves among jazz and blues musicians at the local and national levels.


Feature: 'I just don't want to be looked at as the kid whose mom is dying'
Evan Tanguy says he and his mother Laurie have always been a team.


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