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Security upped after apartment assaults

Jeffrey Lowman / THE STATE PRESS
GUARDED PREMISES: A security officer guards the Gateway Apartments’ entrance at McClintock and University drives Thursday.

Following a reported sexual assault Sunday and an attempted sexual assault on Feb. 7, the Gateway at Tempe apartment complex is working to improve its safety, security officials at the apartment said Wednesday.


Spill it

An unofficial ASU policy prevents underage student drinkers from getting in trouble if they call police to report an emergency, an ASU Police official said Tuesday.





Rowers cross the Atlantic in 51 days
After 51 days, 16 hours and 31 minutes, a rowing team — including two ASU members — crossed the finish line of a nearly 3,000-mile race across the Atlantic.

Do bars of soap dirty the environment?
A new, three-year partnership between the Dial Corporation and ASU aims to find out how that bar of soap you just bought affects the environment.

Police arrest murder suspect
Tempe police arrested 18-year-old Rickey Baby Wooley of Mesa on suspicion of first-degree murder Tuesday morning.

Annual health conference kicks off at Poly Campus this week
For the third year in a row, the Exercise and Wellness Department at the Polytechnic Campus will host the Building Healthy Lifestyles conference.



Soundslides: Five Years Later...


Soundslides: A Generation Abandoned


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


Similar score, different day

Deanna Dent / THE STATE PRESS

No. 4 UCLA men's basketball team made it rain Thursday night at Wells Fargo Arena.


Sun Devils reunite at home for matches

For the first time this spring, both the ASU men's and women's tennis teams are in action this weekend at the Whiteman Tennis Center.


ASU scrapes by UCLA
Much like their first meeting in December, UCLA gave the ASU women's basketball team fits.


Leake, Kipnis lead Sun Devils to easy win
Mike Leake has always said he would rather play every day as a shortstop than just one as a starting pitcher. But the sophomore admits his value at the top of the rotation may exceed that of being at the top of batting order.


ASU goes pink for meet
Forget maroon and gold. Pink is the new color of the Sun Devils.
At least for one night it will be.


Opinions: Six sweet classes for fall semester

SLAGLE: We have to register for fall semester soon? Like next week? Isn't it still February?
You didn't know that I could read your mind, did you? If I were you, I'd start worrying now ... about the mind reading, not registration — I've got you covered for that one.

If you spend some time surfing the schedule of classes, you'll see there are some gems. You ask yourself things like "ASU actually offers this?" and "People take this class?" and though you don't exactly get answers, you can at least get a laugh at some of the class names.

Opinions: Don't have a cow, man

WOOD: Living in Arizona it's our God-given right to listen to country music, wear cowboy hats all the time ("Oh, they're from Arizona" people will say) and drive huge pickup trucks for bailing hay. Out here, cow culture is alive and well.

Or so I thought until my crazy New Yorker friend came to visit and our lunchtime conversation turned to disputing the righteousness of eating red meat. Apparently, many students at her alma mater, Skidmore College in upstate New York, take burger eating very seriously. While eating with others, it is polite to excuse yourself if ordering beef and assert that you are having a serious craving. Their social conscience dissuades them from eating beef on the basis that cows are bad for the environment.


Opinions: Boos and Bravos
See what the editorial board boo'd and bravo'd this week.


'Semi-Pro' is semi-disappointing

New Line Cinema/MCT

The marketing team from "Semi-Pro" spared no expense to promote the latest Will Ferrell movie.


Comedian Owen Benjamin set to perform at Tempe Improv

Comedian and musician Owen Benjamin will be performing at Tempe Improv Comedy Club Friday and Saturday as part of his spring comedy tour.


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


Becoming a killionaire
Four. It's the amount of consecutive battle rifle head-shots necessary to drop, or kill, any given player in Halo 3. Within any social clique, there is at least one person who knows that. But it is only every so often you meet someone that not only knows this, but lives and dies by it. I am that guy.


Saddle up
Up-and-coming local artist Saddles' well-worn acoustic sound and powerful lyrics may pack the punch of years of experience, but listeners may be surprised that only one man and a few months of inspiration are behind its timeless sound.


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