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Forget the Fiesta

Morgan Bellinger / THE STATE PRESS
FIRST AND LAST: Senior wide receiver Tyrice Thompson scores his first career touchdown in his final home game on a flip pass from Rudy Carpenter Saturday night at Sun Devil Stadium.

The ASU football team finished the regular season with 10 wins and is ranked No. 12 in the country.

But it wasn't enough.

An alternative to mall shopping

The 39th annual Tempe Festival of the Arts drew approximately 75,000 people to the streets of downtown Tempe Sunday on the last of its three-day run, according an event spokeswoman.

Fighting AIDS one donation at a time
A sea of red balloons, tents and banners flooded Hayden Lawn Friday in an attempt to promote awareness for a disease that claimed more than 2.6 million lives globally in 2006 alone.

State department working to lower greenhouse gas emissions
The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality is looking to part the clouds of smog that crowd the Valley's skies with plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions statewide.

Parking and Transit changing focus
Parking and Transit Services' future may rely more on transit and less on parking

From fairways afar

History, tradition, and championships come to mind when mentioning ASU's golf programs.

But what many people do not know is the school's prestige has been built by and relies heavily upon the international golf scene.

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ASU can't overcome Auburn

Jill Noe reached the 1,000-career point mark and was one of four Sun Devils who scored in double-figures, but it was not enough for the ASU women's basketball team as it lost to No. 18 Auburn, 75-69, Sunday in the championship game of the ASU Verizon Wireless Classic.

Messy win nets ASU Territorial Cup
It wasn't pretty, but the ASU football team brought home the Territorial Cup and a share of the Pac-10 title Saturday night.

Sun Devils struggle in Vegas
With a young team come problems.

Nebraska's 16-0 run sinks ASU
The ASU men's basketball team looked overmatched in its first true road contest of the season Sunday, losing 62-47 against Nebraska in Lincoln as part of the Big XII/Pac-10 Hardwood Series.

Devil Dish
After debating all year about whether Hawaii should receive a spot in the BCS, I can now honestly say that the Warriors should be playing in a coveted bowl game.

Opinions: Spending the silver lining

KING: The rain this weekend certainly came as a surprise for most. Around Tempe, the effects were more than just slippery sidewalks and a few mild car accidents. Everything from the normally bustling arts festival on Mill Avenue to your own ability to pay for school next year was affected by the weather.

Opinions: Cinderella screwed us over

MISAK: Cinderella has single handedly ruined love in our society. Yes, the dainty blonde slave-turned-gold-digger princess is the classic rags to riches story that has made an imprint on society ever since we first popped her into the VCR.

Opinions: Letters to the Editor

Reilly 'walks hard' in musical spoof


America loves its rock stars.

And it's no different for John C. Reilly, who stars as Dewey Cox in a spoof of the 2005 film "Walk the Line."

Voice: A culture I've befriended for life

The first week we were in Sevilla, our study abroad group took a tour of La Catedral de Sevilla the third largest cathedral in the world and the place Christopher Columbus is buried. The first step inside just takes your breath from you. Es maravilloso.

T&A Q&A: No damsel in distress
"Dr. Fun," as Mary-Lou Galician is called, tells you how to stop imagining a fairy-tale love life and to enjoy the real-world one you can have

Sound: You, me and iji
Undeclared sophomore Zach Burba, his girlfriend and a changing mix of friends create accessible, happy-go-lucky tunes

Out: Beni's been better
Chandler recently saw the re-opening of one of its latest dining experiences, Benihana, with much hype about the trendy atmosphere and entertaining food exhibition.

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