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ASU investigates baseball allegations

Bettina Hansen / THE STATE PRESS
STORMING START: The ASU baseball team, whose season began barely a week ago, is being accused of cheating by a former player.

ASU's No. 1-ranked baseball program is at the center of an internal investigation into allegations including academic fraud and recruiting violations made by a former team employee.


Amended gun bill passes committee

A bill that would allow holders of concealed-weapon permits to bring their guns to campus passed the Senate Judiciary committee by one vote Monday after being amended to only apply to college campuses.





Police Beat: Student throws ping-pong balls at cop, calls officer a "pig"
An 18-year-old male ASU freshman was arrested early Sunday morning on the 600 block of Alpha Drive on suspicion of disorderly conduct and having alcohol in his body while being under age, police reported.

Ex-presidential candidate weighs in on current race
In 1972, Democratic U.S. Sen. George McGovern lost the presidency in a landslide to Richard Nixon.


ASU Academic Bowl team takes regionals
The ASU Academic Bowl team reigned victorious at the College Bowl Regional Championship last week with a record of nine wins and one loss.


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


Harden says he'll be back

Jeffrey Lowman / THE STATE PRESS

In today's world of NCAA men's basketball, freshmen are considered to be kings.
You know the names.


Sun Devils take lumps, gain experience in exhibition games against Team Canada

The ASU softball team got swept by the Canadian National Team at Farrington Stadium on Tuesday.


Devil Dish
Surprise, surprise.

Yao Ming is hurt. But this time, it's a little bit more serious.


Sun Devils take lumps, gain experience in exhibition games against Team Canada
The ASU softball team got swept by the Canadian National Team at Farrington Stadium on Tuesday.


Opinions: Valley of the Suns

The Phoenix Suns will not win the NBA title.

And no, I am not one of you annoying Lakers fans. In fact, I'm a huge Suns fan, just as most of Arizona is.

However, after watching the Detroit Pistons mop the floor with Nash and the Suns on Sunday, I could not think of anything more important to write about this week. And yes, I realize I'm losing half my readers by writing about a mostly male interest.

Opinions: Someday my princess will come

BRANCH: One of my lifelong dreams is to be Jasmine at DisneyWorld. I've always wanted to be a Disney princess and ever since I can remember I've claimed Jasmine for myself. It wasn't until recently that I realized why.

You see when you're growing up and you pick which character you're going to pretend to be, you are usually limited to whoever is similar to you. That's why I was Scary Spice whenever we were the Spice Girls, even though I always wanted to be Sporty.


Opinions: Letters to the Editor


The Silent Majority

Sam Nalven / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

Sitting in class on a Monday, it's hard not to overhear dozens of stories about how "totally wasted" someone was over the weekend.


'Indian in the Cupboard' author explains story's history

Brimming with wit and dramatic flare, British author Lynne Reid Banks, writer of the classic children's book "The Indian in the Cupboard," toured Tempe with her new book "Tiger, Tiger."


'Last Comic Standing' brings comedians to Tempe for try-outs
About 200 aspiring comedians, armed with a recently snapped Polaroid photo, an application and prepared material, gathered outside the Tempe Improv Comedy Club and along University Drive on Tuesday to audition for "Last Comic Standing."


From the editor: If the shoe fits
I remember when I bought my first pair of Vans.


Review: Lipstick Jungle
Women across the country are still mourning the loss of "Sex and the City." The only way to cope is by watching it repeatedly on DVD or the much-edited re-runs on television.


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