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In green effort, bagging options to narrow at area Whole Foods stores

Jeffrey Lowman / THE STATE PRESS
EARTHWISE SHOPPING: Ashley Hilsher and Psychology and Anthropology senior Lindsey Kenyon walk out of the Whole Foods Market on the corner of Baseline and Rural with bags made from 85% recycled plastic bottles.

For organic grocery store Whole Foods, the difference between them and the competition is in the bag.


Decision day

As students were making up their minds about whom to vote for Monday, many still were unsure where to cast their ballots.





Super bowl, FBR Open lead to more weekend Valley arrests
More than 120 people were arrested last week in Tempe, Scottsdale and throughout the East Valley much more than average, the Department of Public Safety reported Monday.


Construction snarls frustrate some Poly students
Students at ASU's Polytechnic campus not only have to juggle their classes and homework but, because of ongoing construction, they also may stumble over torn-up walkways and ever-changing detours.



UA continues control in lopsided rivalry

Kaitlin Ochenrider / THE STATE PRESS

The deciding factor in the season-series between the ASU men's ice hockey club and its intrastate rival, the Arizona Icecats, hasn't been which team had the home-ice advantage, the intensity of the players or the physical play that usually emerges when bitter rivals take the ice.


The other winners and losers of Super Bowl XLII

For many, football is officially over. The trophies have been handed out, the confetti has been swept from the turf, and it seems that the Vince Lombardi trophy's being paraded through New York will signify the end of yet another NFL season.


Devil Dish
I was excited for the Super Bowl.


UA continues control in lopsided rivalry
The deciding factor in the season-series between the ASU men's ice hockey club and its intrastate rival, the Arizona Icecats, hasn't been which team had the home-ice advantage, the intensity of the players or the physical play that usually emerges when bitter rivals take the ice.


D-Backs all-in with pocket aces
The future is secure; but, we are not talking financial. We are talking shop on the new guy, and to a larger extent, the new guy's new team.


Opinions: Another column about body image

BILL: How original, right? Then again, you wouldn't have come here if you wanted originality. "Real women have curves," I hear. Well, some of us real women don't. I cannot be the only one who is dead-tired of hearing of the "society is making me hate my body" spiel. So pause the pity party and pour yourself a nice, tall, cool glass of nonfat shut the f--- up so someone who can see past their thighs can set the record straight.

Opinions: Tender is tonight

WALLACE: In his novel "Tender is the Night," F. Scott Fitzgerald writes "Often people display a curious respect for a man drunk [...] There is something awe-inspiring in one who has lost all inhibitions, who will do anything."

In the last few years, I have seen many Arizona State students go to great lengths to give and seek this "curious respect."


Opinions: Letter to the Editor


A conversation with the author of 'Octavian Nothing'

Kaitlin Ochenrider / THE STATE PRESS

Award-winning author M.T. Anderson's least favorite word is "slacks."


Unique dance form that keeps you in shape

Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian dance being offered at ASU and around the Valley that provides a vigorous workout by combining martial arts, acrobatics and rhythm.


Beyond Viral
Tony Morales stood nervously waiting next to the payphone, repeating the password he would have to give the voice on the other line.


Off the wall
Relying on the night for cover but still wearing hoods, four figures make their way across train tracks to a towering wall in downtown Phoenix.


Bargain hunting at its best
College life doesn't leave any money to spare. But that's OK. Take the $25 dollars stashed in a random jacket pocket and head to the Phoenix Park 'N Swap.


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