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Rethinking Inking

Deanna Dent / THE STATE PRESS
TATTOO REDO: Christi Farris, 32, of Mesa pays attention as she has a fairy tattooed on her left leg to cover an old poorly done tattoo at Living Canvas Tattoos Saturday afternoon in Tempe.

Getting a tattoo may be less of a risk if a bill proposed by the owners of more than 40 Valley tattoo shops passes the Arizona legislature.
Tattoo Bill


Men assault, rape student, police say

A 20-year-old female ASU student was sexually assaulted early Sunday morning in her apartment on University Drive near McClintock Drive, police said.





A Black Hawk makes its first ASU landing
With a rush of noise and a cloud of dust, a Black Hawk helicopter landed on the Student Recreation Complex fields Friday for the first time in University history.

Hundreds march in Tempe unity walk
A few hundred East Valley residents, dressed in a shifting pattern of colors, came out Saturday morning for Tempe's fifth Annual Regional Unity Walk.

Police Beat: Man arrested after giving officer fake Mexican driver's license
A 37-year-old Mesa man was arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of possession of a forged driver's license on the 1800 block of East Apache Boulevard.


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 blows by competition in opening weekend

Kaitlin Ochenrider / THE STATE PRESS

After a "sluggish" offensive output Friday night in which the top-ranked ASU baseball team beat Miami (Ohio) University 6-0, coach Pat Murphy said change was in order. But when Murphy said he would place junior third baseman Brett Wallace in the leadoff position, a spot seldom used for power hitters, he was met with laughter.


Sun Devils keep streaks intact in tournament

The streak is still intact.

The ASU softball team has a number of streaks worth mentioning — most importantly, its winning streak.


Devil Dish
Folks, the NBA has a pulse again.


Senior sendout highlights ASU win versus Washington
Reagan Pariseau pumped one finger into the air, let out a huge scream and sprinted off the court after banking in a desperation 3-pointer as the first half buzzer sounded to give the ASU women's basketball team a 38-23 lead over Washington at Wells Fargo Arena Sunday afternoon.


Success shines on Sun Devils in Seattle
Home may be where the heart is, but it's on the road where wins are manufactured for the ASU gymnastics team.


Sun Devils wire to wire in win
Wasn't that easier?


ASU gets a final boost in Flagstaff
The travel was short, the meet was brief and the stakes were far from being high.


Opinions: Ah, the power of "f"

CALDWELL: I wish I could start this column with a big bold screaming of the word.

I could see the letters to the editor now, restating that I am immoral and arrogant. It's truly a columnist's dream.

Opinions: Show Cuba we care: Stop the embargo

KING: A week ago, Cuban dictator Fidel Castro ended his nearly 50 years as president. Many in the international community see this as an opportunity for Cuba to democratize, urging Fidel's brother Raul, the acting head of state, to schedule open and free multiparty elections.


Opinions: Letters to the editor


Keep on rocking me, baby

For any student who has heard the phrase, "You were born, like, 40 years too late," this is an exciting time.


Indie film series comes to Tempe

Extra/Ordinary Film Project will kick off a nationwide series of feature films Thursday at the Pollack Cinema in Tempe.


Seven days without the 7 Deadly Sins
I'll admit, I've committed every one of the "seven deadly sins." Of course, not to the extreme that is depicted in films like "Seven," but after hearing about Lent for weeks, I decided to try to avoid these sins for seven days and keep track of my progress.


Not your average john
For those who actually drink eight cups of water in one day, there must be frequent bathroom trips — unless they are blessed with steel-trap bladders.


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