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Americana as a business asset

Jeffrey Lowman / THE STATE PRESS
CHINESE NEW YEAR: Supply chain management masters student Lucy Zhang displays items that represent the Chinese New Year during a meeting that showed domestic business students how to understand cultural differences in international business abroad.

For international business students at ASU's W. P. Carey School of Business, grasping the subtleties of American culture can sometimes be challenging.

Tempe Election: Mayoral and city council candidates

Early voting begins Thursday in Tempe's city elections. Over the next four days, The State Press gives you a closer look at the mayor and city council candidates.
Rhett Wilson
Corey Woods
Hugh Hallman
Derek Lull
Julie Jakubek
Joel Navarro
Darryl Jacobson-Barnes
Mark Mitchell

Facebook or MySpace, for the club-hopper
A new social networking Web site may aid students in their search for the ultimate night on the town.

Student fights off sexual assailant, police report
A 19-year-old female ASU student fought off an attempted sexual assault Thursday morning, Tempe Police reported.

ASU Center putting hip-hop under the microscope
In his summer smash, "Crank That (Soulja Boy)," 17-year-old DeAndre Ramone Way instructed his listeners to "super soak dat hoe."

UA's Stoops apologizes for signing day rant

Photo Courtesy of the Arizona Daily Wildcat

A day after ripping ASU for its academic entrance requirements during a press conference, UA football coach Mike Stoops issued an apology for his remarks.

Sun Devils open in Sin City

The current state of the ASU softball team can be analogized to a jigsaw puzzle. All the pieces needed for success are in the box, but the solution is uncertain.

ASU up against history, country's best in tournament
This weekend is an early season test for the ASU women's water polo team, which is currently riding a six-game winning streak.

Women return to action, quick turnaround for men
The NCAA Indoor Track Championships are just more than a month away, but some ASU track and field athletes have yet to make their debut this season.

ASU grapplers play host to storied programs
When the ASU wrestling team took on one of the nation's top teams a week ago, coach Thom Ortiz used the meet as a learning experience. He wanted to let his wrestlers make the decisions.

Opinions: It takes two to tango ... usually

WOOD: Sometimes technology just kills me. Like when I am on my boyfriend's computer and suddenly I get an iChat invitation from his mother.

What do you do? Do you accept, deny or send an instant message back to her saying that it's actually me using the computer and her son is in the garage, as usual, and to call his cell phone if she would really like to reach him? You see, sometimes by adding one technological convenience, you actually make the world more complex.

Opinions: The 43rd-greatest team ever

What will we make of this? The shock resides in the air for all of us to breathe in. A shock that won't go away in any one of the minds of the 97.45 million fans who witnessed this most watched Super Bowl, not now, not ever. The magnitude of this upset and the magnitude of what it means to the season causes me, as a sports fan and a writer, to ponder how I even go about examining this troubling paradox these two teams have created.

Opinions: Boos and Bravos
Check out what the Editorial Board boo'd and bravo'd this week.

'Strange Wilderness' star discusses filming

Amanda Parks / ABACA PRESS

Allen Covert, from "Grandma's Boy" fame, sat down (over the phone) with several student journalists including yours truly to talk about his new comedy, "Strange Wilderness."

Tofu is so punk, it's Post Punk

For many vegetarians and vegans just starting out on the path to no-meat-eatingness, salads, pasta and PB&J sandwiches are diet staples. However, they also get old quickly. So, the Post Punk Kitchen Web site,, steps in to save the newly vegan soul from a wonderfully guilty McDonalds bingefest.

Review: Don't be dumb
When it comes to investing in an atlas, the competition is stiff. Many books compete to offer up-to-date statistics and overwhelm readers with text, graphs, charts and maps.

Dear Jared
Get to know the name Jared Tate.

He is a model, actor, singer (J.T. and the Clubhouse Bandits), talented designer and owner of Midnight Ride boutique an impressive rsum for a 21-year-old hailing from Kansas.

CRAPpy club promotes local bike scene
In an age of lifted pickup trucks, Hummer H2s and global warming, there is at least one group of people in Tempe promoting lower fuel emissions.

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