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Low exchange rates affect students studying abroad

THE STATE PRESS
Photo illustration by Scott Seligman and Spencer Holladay

As the value of the U.S. dollar continues to shrink in comparison to foreign currencies, ASU students studying abroad are seeing similar shrinks in their own budgets.

Read the bill


Sun Devils could be packing heat under bill

Campuses like ASU may no longer be gun-free zones if a bill proposed in the state legislature is passed into law this session.





Super Bowl provokes super effort from Valley law enforcement
While the Patriots may set a historic NFL record on Sunday, ASU and Tempe Police are taking part in what could be a historic feat for Arizona law enforcement.

Facing zoning problems, nursing college entrance gets facelift
ASU's Downtown Phoenix nursing college is getting a makeover — but the tools, so far, are just pen and paper.

ASU scientists study Arizona water
Though water coming from the tap or flowing in the Salt River may look clean, researchers said it could be hiding something.


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.

Photo slideshows
ASU Women's Basketball vs. Oregon
Barack Obama in Phoenix
Photos of the week: 1/27/08-2/02/08
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


No relief in sight for ASU

Jeff Lowman / THE STATE PRESS

Thursday nights are officially getting brutal for the ASU men's basketball team.


ASU improves but can't top Oregon State

Starting a meet off on the right foot is crucial to setting the tone for the entire competition. Literally.


Devil Dish
Pretend for a second that you're a general manager in the NBA.


ASU improves but can't top Oregon State
Starting a meet off on the right foot is crucial to setting the tone for the entire competition. Literally.


Second half to determine Sun Devils' season
The ASU women's basketball team begins the second half of Pac-10 play this week when it faces Oregon State tonight at 6:30 p.m. and Oregon on Saturday at 11 a.m. at Wells Fargo Arena.


Opinions: Drinking sewage water is gross

We recycle many things, from ordinary paper and plastic to batteries and ink cartridges, so why not recycle a scarce and necessary resource such as water?

This has been proposed to the citizens of San Diego and other major cities, but the source of the recycled water has the people feeling a bit queasy: sewage.

Opinions: Oops, she did it again and again

I can name as many Britney Spears songs as I can successfully complete MAT 271 problems. I will let you contemplate how many that is.

I can, however, name when she was last in jail, the status of her custody battle and whether or not she has hair. Am I the only one seeing the problem here?

No, "leave Britney alone" YouTubers, I am not writing this article to bash her … so back off. Seriously.


Opinions: Letters to the Editor


It's hip to be hairy

Eric Binns / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

Only the most learned and revered men have sported beards: Abraham Lincoln, Aristotle, Leonardo Da Vinci and, of course, Johnny Depp. Though these icons have given beards a boost, facial hair has not always been seen in a positive light.


Hot Spot: Sake Bomber

There are a few things that Tempe can't seem to get enough of — hookah bars, Indian restaurants and sushi. The last one, especially, can be tricky.


Deaf Jam
Like a smoker's dependence on cigarettes, students' addictions to iPods can be seen throughout campus. Whether it's between classes, eating at the Memorial Union or just wandering around, many students are lost without those infamous white earbuds in place.


Matt's Big Breakfast
Students whose classes have recently been moved to the downtown campus will be happy to hear their breakfast needs will still be thoroughly met. Just moments from campus sits a small house that is home to Matt's Big Breakfast. Like a mom-and-pop café with a trendy update, Matt's Big Breakfast serves basic breakfast and lunch at reasonable prices.


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