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Artists paint new picture of graffiti

John Battaglia / THE STATE PRESS
TAG, YOU’RE IT: Justin Smith works on his grafitti art piece in front of the Memorial Union Tuesday morning.

Plywood boards transformed into works of art outside the Memorial Union Tuesday, as four graffiti artists, armed with cans of spray paint, gave a fresh perspective on what many see as vandalism.


ASU sophomore crashes motorcycle on bridge

A trip home between classes turned into a trip to the hospital for one ASU student Tuesday.





Constitution sometimes conflicting, justice says
The Constitution wasn't designed to provide clear-cut answers to controversial issues such as campaign-finance legislation and affirmative action, a U.S. Supreme Court justice told a crowd of about 600 at ASU's College of Law on Tuesday.

Police beat: Student arrested after telling another student to "shut the f--- up"
A 23-year-old male ASU student was arrested at the Adelphi Commons Sunday afternoon on suspicion of disorderly conduct with use of abusive language to provoke physical retaliation, police reported.


SPM "Best Of" Survey
Welcome to the State Press Magazine's "Best Of" survey! Please write in your favorite choices in the categories of lifestyle, food, music, campus and shopping. The results will be published in SPM on March 19.
SPM "Best Of" Survey

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


ASU lacrosse building for big things with new coach

Deanna Dent / THE STATE PRESS

There's one sport on campus you may not have paid much attention to. Maybe it's time you do.


Pendergraph named player of the week

As if the season sweep over archrival UA wasn't enough, ASU junior forward Jeff Pendergraph received the Pac-10 Player of the Week Award Monday for his passionate play on Sunday in Tucson.


Devil Dish
With a 23-0 record, Memphis remains the only undefeated team in college basketball this year.


ASU has revenge on the mind against Cal, Stanford
After a win against rival Arizona last Friday, the ASU women's basketball team could very well have its place in the Pac-10 Conference decided this weekend.


Pendergraph named player of the week
As if the season sweep over archrival UA wasn't enough, ASU junior forward Jeff Pendergraph received the Pac-10 Player of the Week Award Monday for his passionate play on Sunday in Tucson.


Opinions: A corporate sort of holy union

BRANCH: Tomorrow is Single's Awareness Day and rather than give my rant about how I hate the commercialization of holidays, especially this sentimental one that Hallmark invented to drive up prices on cards and flowers in February, I will talk about unions.

No, not labor unions, or trade unions, or even civil unions. I'm talking about a good old-fashioned merger between companies.

Opinions: Goodbye and good riddance

PELTON: Six-and-a-half years later, six men who were allegedly part of the Sept. 11 attacks are going to trial.

Actually, they are going before the Military Commissions, to be exact. According to CNN.com, the detainees could face the death penalty if they are found of having been involved in the crime.


Opinions: Letters to the Editor


Local Valentine's Day events to swoon over

Linda Duval / COLORADO SPRINGS GAZETTE TELEGRAPH

With one day left until Valentine's Day, it's time for last-minute planning. Whether your significant other is an art buff or music fanatic, there's an event in the Valley for him or her.


Laptops in class: Life-saver or distraction maker?

Laptop computers have found their way into the daily lives of many people.


From the editor: A Breeze
I turned 21 last week. So did Amanda, one of the assistant editors.


Spreading the literary love
Think of all the textbooks you purchased this semester — you probably spent anywhere from $300 to $500 for a stack of books that will hardly be opened. This tradition has haunted college students in this country for eons.


Music to my...what?
Since the advent of iPods and the daily deluge of music pouring from music blogs, the general population has become a little more than accustomed to getting their music fix.


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