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Sections of Memorial Union re-open, but work remains

Bettina Hansen / THE STATE PRESS
Papa John’s Pizza is one of the more popular additions to the Memorial Union.

Just in time for the new semester, the University community has its central hub back as crucial parts of the Memorial Union officially re-open today.
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Tuition to jump 5 percent, for most

Most ASU students will be facing a 5 percent tuition hike this fall, but new students' bills will be much higher.

Redevelopment closes Mill Avenue Harkins
Harkins Centerpoint 11 recently closed its doors in the first step of one developer's plans to revamp downtown Tempe.

In fruits and vegetables, a terrorist threat lurks
Mom always said fruits and vegetables are good for you, but a team of ASU researchers is looking at whether produce could actually be a threat.

Men's basketball downs rival Arizona in overtime

Bettina Hansen / THE STATE PRESS

Believe yet?

This year's edition of the men's basketball team was tabbed by many to bring the program to a new level of success not seen in the Valley for years.

A finale we'd like to forget

After its first 10-win regular season in more than a decade, the ASU football team believed it had a shot to get win No. 11 at the Holiday Bowl on Dec. 26.

Sun Devils find offensive touch in Tucson
TUCSON — Briann January found herself in a role she hadn't been in all season during Saturday's game against rival Arizona — coming off the bench.

ASU tennis gets mixed results in first invitational
As most ASU students were preparing for the upcoming semester, the ASU men's tennis team got an early start hosting its inaugural spring tournament over the weekend.

Women slowed by early season injuries
The 2006-07 ASU women's basketball ended the season with only five losses.

Opinions: Right back at MU

We hear the buzz.

The excitement across the ASU community on this sunny January day rivals the excitement brought on by the return of "American Gladiators"…except ours isn't pointless.

"Savages" was a savage


Treading the line between humiliation and hilarity is a tough task, and can easily lead to disaster if handled improperly. A painful example of this is "The Savages," a film full of humiliating moments, and little else.

Real D comes to AZ

This is not your 1920s 3-D film.

Don't place "The Bucket List" on your list
Academy Award winner Morgan Freeman narrated two of the finest films of a generation – "The Shawshank Redemption" and "Million Dollar Baby." Each film – in their respective ways – exemplified the power of the human spirit.

ASU students can take inexpensive classes at Mesa center
It's possible to be an art student without being an art major or spending a fortune for art school. Finding an affordable outlet is as easy as taking a class at the Mesa Arts Center this spring.

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