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New home, new features for ASU police

Jeffrey Lowman / THE STATE PRESS
NEW DIGS: The site of the future ASU Police station on the southeast corner of College Avenue and Apache Boulevard.

It's moving week for ASU police, as the department begins to upgrade its systems and move down the road to its new home.

Eminent domain could be used on Alpha Drive

ASU could enact eminent domain to demolish fraternity housing on Alpha Drive and replace it with residence halls, according to an ASU official and sources close to the project.

E-mails shed light on Myworld
Months after the emergence of ASU's secretive Myworld project, details have surfaced about how the University is promoting the project that is being beta tested by a major Internet company.

Slow down or smile for the camera
Arizona will be the first state to implement photo radar statewide, according to the Arizona Department of Public Safety.

Groups: employer sanctions law will hurt agriculture, consumers
Farmers will have a tougher time hiring legal workers from Mexico and consumers will face higher prices for produce when Arizona's employer sanctions law, intended to punish businesses that knowingly hire illegal immigrants, takes effect Jan. 1, groups representing Arizona's agriculture industry say.

Sun Devils rout overmatched Yale

Jeffrey Lowman / THE STATE PRESS

Yale may have been the first team to strike Monday night at Wells Fargo Arena, but the Sun Devils surrendered little else.

Women finish fourth at NCAA's

All the hard work and training put in over the fall season was left out on the course Monday in Terre Haute, Ind., as both the ASU men's and women's cross country teams competed in the NCAA Cross Country Championships.

Ultimate Frisbee's versatility attracts ASU students
Three years after disappearing from the ASU sports scene, the Women's Ultimate Frisbee Club has been brought back to life through the efforts of president, coach, and veteran player Pauline Moleski and her team of 14 Sunny Discettes. The team has been revived this semester just in time to remind a few people of how fun the sport can be, and to introduce it to a whole new group of eager-to-learn students.

ASU finishes middle of the pack
The ASU wrestling team wrapped up its first tournament of the season, displaying its young team among the top-heavy East Coast schools at the Keystone Classic in Philadelphia on Sunday.

Opinions: Frats, GDIs not so different

SPIVAK: My name is Josh, and I am a god damn independent, a GDI, a non-frat. I don't go to frat meetings, I don't party with sorority girls (unless I'm lucky), and the only brother I've ever known didn't have me to pledge to the family.

It's not to say there's anything wrong with either the absence or the abundance of the fraternities. But as any student progresses through their experience at this institution they call higher education, they can no doubt notice the subculture within the culture that exists here. On one side are the Greeks, on the other, the Independents. And whatever side you're on will greatly alter your college experiences.

Opinions: Myworld keeps ASU students out in the cold

We've all seen the signs around campus. Those brightly-colored posters depicting strangely childlike characters dressed up in cool college kid attire seem to be posted everywhere especially around the more uh nerdy parts of campus. We're talking about the Computing Commons, Coor computer lab and the Brickyard, for those of you unversed in binary.

They all encourage us to check out, which in turn encourages ASU students to apply to be test subjects for some new product being developed by a secretive and nameless corporation.

Opinions: Letters to the Editor

Voice: Pulling it off in three and a half years...


When I first graduated from high school, I was sick of school. I had always been a straight-A student, but I was worn out from the monotony of academic work.

Local Limelight: Mixmaster and animal lover

Charlie "DJ Chaz" Rolsky is not a typical hip-hop producer.

He wears a Humane Society shirt to video shoots instead of sporting Rockawear.

Out: Vegan in disguise
The menu at Supreme Master Ching Hai Vegetarian House may confuse first-timers; the vegan restaurant's menu has an entire section devoted to meat dishes and another dedicated to seafood entrees.

Sex: Wanna snuggle?
Some are couples. Others are complete strangers. But they all share a common interest: they just want to cuddle with each other.

Feature: Redemption song
After snorting about 25 lines of methamphetamine in 76 hours, Rick Fey's years of drug addiction caught up to him in the form of his third drug overdose.

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