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Should hidden mental health issues be exposed?

Photo Illustration by Bettina Hansen and Spencer Holladay

Students' mental health history may no longer be private if campus safety recommendations are put into play.


Battle over guns bill rages at Capitol

Emotions ran high as a two-and-a-half hour battle waged at the Arizona state legislature Monday afternoon over a bill that would allow concealed weapons to be carried on school grounds.





Police Beat: Man arrested for outstanding warrants
A 19-year-old Tempe man was arrested Sunday afternoon at Lemon Street and Rural Road on suspicion of outstanding warrants, police reported.

Undocumented students grapple with lost scholarship
After working to get legal status for eight years, Juan, a finance and marketing junior, received his permanent resident card in January. He found out it had come just in time.

Career fair to include business-wear fashion show Tuesday
Flip-flops and tanks may be ideal for keeping cool while walking around on campus, but when it comes to impressing potential employers, this garb should stay in the closet. Dillard's is making sure students are in the know about what to wear to impress interviewees by hosting a fashion show Tuesday where models will strut appropriate interview attire.


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 soccer loses to UCLA, Mexican National

Bettina Hansen / THE STATE PRESS

The ASU women's soccer team went 0-2 this past weekend in its first exhibition games of the spring at Sun Devil Soccer Stadium.


ASU prevails against Southern Utah

The ASU softball team extended its winning streak to eight games on Monday at Farrington Stadium.
Burkhart pro softball's top pick


Devil Dish
With all the recent blockbuster trades in the NBA, notably in the Western Conference, perhaps the most concerning thing for Suns fans should be the trade that sent a superstar, or maybe just a semi-superstar, to the East.


ASU pockets weekend victories
The ASU women's tennis team, ranked No. 19 by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association, kept its undefeated season in tact Saturday after knocking off visiting Long Beach State 6-1.


Sun Devils secure more bids
Each weekend of action for the ASU track and field program during the indoor season has produced the same results.


Opinions: Women: Put down People and pick up Business Week

MASCHOFF: As a student worker on campus, a good portion of my day is spent making copies, running errands and playing on the Internet. This is a guaranteed side effect to hours of sitting at my small desk with nothing to do.

Therefore, this free time allows me to browse everything that the Internet has to offer, including entertainment news. Now, I am pretty sure that the majority of the planet is unbelievably sick of hearing about the loves, losses and all-around good times of Hollywood's young starlets or star wannabes, which, for the sake of our gag reflex, will remain unnamed, but you know who they are. So don't worry, this article is not about them.

Opinions: On our minds

Bullying, family troubles, violent media, aggression. These are the usual suspects, always tabbed as potential causes for a school shooting. But if those are truly to blame, why don't even more people snap? After all, we all deal with those things.

That's why those reasons behind most shootings are far surpassed by the true heart of the issue, mental illness.

Look at the recent Northern Illinois and Virginia Tech tragedies, plus half a dozen school attacks from the '90s — all shooters had histories of mental illnesses.


Opinions: Letters to the editor


Review: So fresh and so easy

STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

Not everything that boasts of being easy is fresh, like those sandwiches from a drive-thru window. And not everything that is fresh can be easy, like picking veggies out of a backyard garden.


'Diary of the Dead' will leave you dying for more

Everyone knows that the best way to kill a zombie is to shoot it in the brain. Luckily, George Romero's new zombie flick "Diary of the Dead" is around to remind any would-be victims that scythes or stray vials of acid will do the trick as well.


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.


The funnies is back
The comics section of the newspaper was always the most enjoyable to read while growing up. At the time, the jokes offered by a lasagna-eating cat, overworked office employees and a small boy named Ziggy were fresh. Today, many of these comics are still in the paper but are repeating the same jokes from 15 years ago.


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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