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150 fifth-graders; 150 uncertain futures

Bettina Hansen / THE STATE PRESS
FUTURE DEVIL?: Fifth-grader Jordan Berns, 11, of Meridian Elementary School in Mesa tosses a football on his way back to his school bus on a field trip to ASUs Tempe campus Friday.

ASU played host to around 150 Meridian Elementary School fifth-graders Friday in an effort to stimulate early interest in college.

Business strong, despite re-opened Memorial Union

Though the Memorial Union reopened at the beginning of the semester, some nearby ASU food vendors said their customer bases which increased because of the fire remain high.

Facebook friends can instead be Facebook amigos users now have the option of checking their perfiles for new mensajes on their muros.

Students building an international outlook
When Jeremy Meek and AJ Rowen met in high school, they didn't have much in common.

Election year brings slew of political speakers to ASU
Michael Zak told a room of ASU College Republicans that he decided to write a history book of the GOP because he couldn't find a publication that didn't make fun of it.

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.
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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

USC avenges loss to ASU


The ASU water polo team wishes it could have had an extra quarter or two tacked on to its game against USC on Sunday.

California edges ASU

The ASU men's basketball team was full of energy during its Thursday night victory against No. 7 Stanford.

Saturday? Not so much.

Sun Devils sweep through tourney
The ASU softball team added another piece of hardware to its trophy case on Sunday. The Sun Devils (10-1), ranked No. 4 in the Softball poll swept their slate of six games in the Kajikawa Classic to take first place honors for a third consecutive season.

ASU handled by rival Cardinal
Stanford senior guard Candice Wiggins showed exactly why she's a three-time All-American Saturday.

Injury bug bites Sun Devils
Sunday afternoon was all about the seniors. And fittingly enough, they were the ones who stepped up in their final dual meet as Sun Devils.

Opinions: Status Update

"Welcome to Facebook.

To see your profile in English, press one.

Para ver tu perfil en espaol, oprimes el nmero dos."

OK, so maybe is not quite like that. At least, not yet it isn't.

But the site has taken step one toward that level, as the much-beloved social networking site has started a Spanish version of its Web site for its likely more than 2.8 million Spanish-speaking users.

Opinions: The United States fear market

KING: Last week, the United States government announced that if European countries plan to have visa-free travel to the U.S. for their citizens, then they must submit to having armed air marshals on all planes from the EU that go over U.S. territory even those which fly over but do not land in the US, such as flights to Central America.

Opinions: Letters to the Editor

Double serving of wat?

John Battaglia / THE STATE PRESS

Campus towns seem split between two distinct mindsets: students who choose cheap pizza and Pop Tarts as their staple foods, and those who constantly experiment with new flavors and cultures.

'Maybe' you should skip this film

I've gone without a watch for years, solely depending upon getting to the next class, lunch, meeting or movie on time via the clock on my cell phone.

Hot Chip deserves a genre all its own
Consider this my disclaimer as well as my sincerest apology: Sorry, but I have no idea what genre Hot Chip falls under.

Laptops in class: Life-saver or distraction maker?
Laptop computers have found their way into the daily lives of many people.

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.

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