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Till death did them part

Jeffrey Lowman / THE STATE PRESS
SEEKING JUSTICE: Cody Faeth, a marketing senior, has created a Facebook group advocating further investigation into the death of Ryan Till and injuries sustained by Garret Bledsoe.

An inseparable trio would be forever divided after a New Year's celebration turned tragic and now acts as grounds for a stifled murder and aggravated assault investigation.


ASU student sexually assaulted on Alpha Drive

ASU police are investigating a sexual assault on a female ASU student that occurred on Alpha Drive early Sunday morning the third such investigation on fraternity row since September.





USG names candidates for student regent
ASU will have a student voice on the Arizona Board of Regents next year, and Undergraduate Student Government narrowed the choice down to three candidates Monday night.

Speed limits to be reduced around light rail
While the light rail construction slowed down some traffic for a while, it will be slowing down some areas for good on Saturday with reduced speed limits.

University looks to solar power for campus
A new ASU construction project aims to use the sun to power the home of the Sun Devils.


Photo slideshows
Homecoming 2007
ASU Football vs. Cal
Rilo Kiley
Semester Abroad: Ashley Paul


SMoCA presents Christmas alternatives
With the Christmas lights brightening up Mill Ave. and the continuous airplay of holiday songs on the radio, it is not hard to forget the holiday season has begun. For people who have not captured the holiday spirit or cannot stand the slight of another Santa Claus impersinator, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Arts [SMoCA] has a couple of exhibits taking place over winter break from various creative minds.


The 2007 All-State Press Team

In football, as the quarterback goes, the team goes, and Carpenter stayed poised and determined all season long. In doing so he won over any Sun Devil faithful who turned on him a season ago.

While junior quarterback Rudy Carpenter didn't have eye-popping numbers this season, he made enough plays to lead his team to 10 wins.


Devil Dish

The Major League Baseball hot stove may turn up in flames this week with the winter meetings already in progress.


The 2007 All-State Press Team
In football, as the quarterback goes, the team goes, and Carpenter stayed poised and determined all season long. In doing so he won over any Sun Devil faithful who turned on him a season ago.

While junior quarterback Rudy Carpenter didn't have eye-popping numbers this season, he made enough plays to lead his team to 10 wins.


Devil Dish
The Major League Baseball hot stove may turn up in flames this week with the winter meetings already in progress.


Opinions: We don't need no thought control

PRICE: Big Brother is watching you, and if he's not, he's certainly trying. On Oct. 23, while we were off in our own worlds, distracted by the wildfires in California or worried by upcoming mid-term exams, something happened that should've been the talk of the nation. The Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007 was passed by Congress with 404 votes in favor to six votes of nay. This act, also known as HR 1955, could be another notch in the Bush Administration's belt of attempts to strip citizens of their civil liberties.

Opinions: Holiday Bowl not so bad

SPIVACK: There's really only one relevant issue to discuss as my final article of the semester. While all of us are collectively sipping our Red Bulls as we begin to conquer finals, the single most important characteristic of the semester was just decided last Sunday: and it came in the form of a Holiday Bowl.

What absolutely desolate and distraught anguish did so many of us feel upon hearing this information? What disappointment to the fans chanting "BCS" after rushing the field against UA was no doubt experienced after countless Sun Devil fans searched for their receipts so that they could return their Tostitos lime flavored chips?


Opinions: Letters to the Editor


On the Cover: From student to stripper to prostitute

Sam Nalven / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

The strange but true story of the ASU student turned stripper turned prostitue (who just might become a stripper and an ASU student again).


'Hitman' just might kill you

If you're looking to pick up tips on how to assassinate someone, you could go see "Hitman" or force your target to see it.

The film, from director Xavier Gens, is based off of the largely successful Eidos video game of the same name, but like so many console-to-screen productions, this one falls flat.


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.


Feature: 17 years with AIDS
Liz Miller was 28 and visiting her mother in Los Angeles when the phone rang.
It was Miller's doctor, calling to tell her mother the results of Miller's HIV test. The doctors figured hearing the results from a family member would be easier than learning from them, they said.


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