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Breaking News: Bill Clinton coming to ASU Gammage

Deanna Dent / THE STATE PRESS
In fall of 2006 Bill Clinton spoke to students in support of Jim Pederson. The former president will be speaking at Gammage Thursday afternoon in support of his wife and Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton.

7:07 p.m. -- Former President Bill Clinton will be at the ASU campus Thursday to campaign for his wife, Presidential candidate Sen. Hillary Clinton.


Soundslides: Darnell: #1 Fan

Darnell Calhoun, a third-year broadcast student, has attended every home Sun Devils' basketball game this season, men's and women's. He also attends most baseball and softball games in the spring. Here is a behind-the-scenes look at one of ASU's most enthusiastic fans.





Through dance and poetry, a pioneer remembered
An array of speakers, dancers and poets took the stage at the annual Martin Luther King Jr. student rally on Hayden Lawn Monday to celebrate the slain civil rights advocate's message of peace and diversity.

Here comes the sun-light energy
With the help of the sun, ASU could soon save some green through green energy.

A new language school; a new cultural focus
ASU's new School of International Letters and Cultures aims to offer students more than just words.


Cloverfield Q&A
"Cloverfield", an effective disaster movie told from a first person documentary-style perspective, took in about $40 million in its opening weekend.

Photo slideshows
ASU vs. Washington State
Protest against the Israeli blockade
Photos of the Week: 1/21/08-1/25/08
Sports: Hockey and Tennis
Men's Basketball: ASU vs. UofA


Sun Devils' best still not good enough

Jeffrey Lowman / THE STATE PRESS

Losing is not always synonymous with a poor performance.

The No. 20 ASU gymnastics team knew it would have a tough time against No. 2 Utah, so the team aimed for a strong team score.


ASU track competes with ease at NAU

The ASU track and field team started its indoor season the way it expects to perform the entire year


Sun Devils' best still not good enough
Losing is not always synonymous with a poor performance.

The No. 20 ASU gymnastics team knew it would have a tough time against No. 2 Utah, so the team aimed for a strong team score.


Devil Dish
I think in another life, or maybe somewhere down the road in this one, I want to coach football.


ASU track competes with ease at NAU
The ASU track and field team started its indoor season the way it expects to perform the entire year


Opinions: Don't blame Canada

Oh Canada.

Please don't tell us that you're doing it now too. No, you're way too nice for this.

You so kindly gave us Steve Nash, Pamela Anderson, Molson, "Degrassi," Steve Nash and Avril Lavigne. That's not even mentioning Wayne Gretzky, Barenaked Ladies, Dudley Do-Right, Jim Carrey and, of course, the single greatest musician of all time, Celine Dion.

Opinions: Sports fans find paradise in Arizona

CLEVERLY: For the past few weeks and continuing on until April, the metro Phoenix area is a sports fan's Mecca. And better, the pinnacle of the events will be occurring this week.

Starting Thursday is the beginning of the annual PGA golf tournament, the FBR Open. Formerly the Phoenix Open, the tournament is, I would say, basically like the movie "Happy Gilmore," except that would still be a gross understatement.


Opinions: Letters to the Editor


Disappointing Dragonfly

STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

The building on the corner of Mill Avenue and Sixth Street in downtown Tempe has seen a variety of restaurants come and go in the last few years. Dragonfly Vietnamese Kitchen, currently taking up residency there, seems to be an unlikely candidate for permanency.


Clutter

Now that tuition is paid, books are bought and the year is in full swing, the stress of the new semester is in the past. But before students get to kick back and Facebook the day away, they have papers to write and exams to study for, leaving limited time for much else.


Where dreams come true
"The Year of a Million Dreams" sounds enticing, doesn't it? I, along with 5,000 other college students, believed so. Then I went to the world's happiest place, Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.


Working up a sweat with Bikram yoga
Working up a sweat while practicing Bikram yoga isn't difficult the room temperature is set at a toasty 105 degrees with 40 percent humidity.


A painful prick
Painful side effects from one of the newest vaccinations may have patients writhing long after they have left the doctor's office.


A hostel away from home
Phoenix is a resort town. Each resort has finely-trimmed, cascading lawns and immaculate, white pool decks. Each is a little oasis that removes guests from the city, from the desert and from all of their surroundings. Everything is just so.


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