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MU won't reopen until next semester

Morgan Bellinger / THE STATE PRESS
WHERE IT STARTED: Bruce Jensen, interim director for Capital Programs, shows reporters the damaged hallway outside Maricopa Cafe that contains the closet where the Nov. 1 Memorial Union fire started.

The Memorial Union will be closed for the rest of the semester, officials said Thursday, and only portions will reopen in the spring.


ASU officials ask for 5 percent tuition increase

ASU officials proposed a 5 percent increase in tuition for next fall Thursday, a rate that would be fixed for an indefinite period of time.





Croissants, quiches and Pétanque
A potpourri of French food, music and sports flourished on Hayden Lawn Thursday in celebration of National French Week.

ASU Tempe campus sprinkler coverage
About 50 to 60 percent of the square footage on ASU's Tempe campus is protected by sprinkler systems, University Fire Marshal Jim Gibbs said. Buildings that were constructed within the past decade all have sprinklers, as do all the Tempe-campus residence halls.



ASU eager to avoid letdown

Deanna Dent / THE STATE PRESS

The No. 9 ASU football team faces possibly its toughest test yet this weekend.


ASU's quick start fades fast against Team USA

The ASU women's basketball team lost to the USA Women's National Team, 82-48, Thursday night in its first exhibition game of the 2007-08 season.


Rebaza seeking second straight Thunderbird Invitational
The ASU men's tennis team is looking forward to finishing its fall season where it began: at home.


UCLA's season far from planned
Inconsistency and injuries.
One follows the other, but not usually in that order.


Postseason on the line against UA
The ASU women's soccer team will play its final regular season game tonight against rival Arizona in Tucson.


Opinions: Pakistani lawyers take the power back

PATE: This editorial won't so much be an argument as an encomium. Perhaps this violates my contract ... If so, here are some quick theses: GM foods are good. Don Imus is bad. America should preemptively invade the moon to prevent its imminent Chinese domination.

Opinions: Money 'aint everything

DOUGHERTY: I hate money. I don't have any, I don't want any, and I wish I didn't need any. Maybe I am outside of society on this one, but the promotion of conspicuous wealth as a prerequisite to happiness and success makes me ill.


Opinions: Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor


Feature: 'I just don't want to be looked at as the kid whose mom is dying'

Sam Nalven / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

Evan Tanguy says he and his mother Laurie have always been a team.


Out: Eating cheaply at cheap Lee's

If you're looking for a quick, cheap lunch, try Lee's Sandwiches, located in a shopping center on the southeastern corner of Warner and Dobson Roads.


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.


The T&A Q&A: Beau of the Fetish Ball
Costume balls are a thing of the past. For those that want to be a little more naughty than nice, there are the AZ Fetish Balls. Fetish enthusiasts must wait until Feb. 7 for the next ball, where sexual expression, but not sexual acts, are encouraged. In the meantime, SPM spoke to Mitch Palmer, spokesman for the AZ Fetish Balls, to learn about the alternative events' dress code, entertainment and flesh hooks.


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