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Facebook profiles leave indelible mark

Illustration by Spencer Holladay

Even after graduation, the millions of students using won't find it easy to leave the Web site.

Police protect, serve and now get rated

Students with strong opinions about individual local police officers have a new place to take their comments: the Internet.

Bill: Make ASU election info hub
A bill being considered in the Arizona House of Representatives would place ASU at the center of statewide election research, if passed.

National Sleep Foundation, area doctor encourage catching z's
Even though most students are spending this week studying for midterms or partying in preparation for Spring Break, one group is asking people to try to get some sleep.

Light rail won't provide relief to East Valley students
ASU students living in the East Valley may not find commuting to Tempe any easier come this fall, when the light rail is scheduled to only reach the Tempe/Mesa border.

Police Beat: Trespassing woman hides in sauna
A 49-year-old Peoria woman was arrested Sunday morning on the 400 block of West Hermosa Drive on suspicion of criminal trespassing and possession of dangerous drugs and drug paraphernalia, police reported.

Man gets seven years in alcohol death of 13-year-old girl
Armando Hernandez Jr., 19, was sentenced Friday to seven years in prison for manslaughter involving the death of 13-year-old Brenda Nguyen.

Soundslides: Five Years Later...

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

Transfers making immediate impact

Jeffrey Lowman / THE STATE PRESS

Allowed to drift from program to program, several top college baseball players soon became sought-after free agents.

Sun Devils split weekend games in Bay Area

The ASU water polo team executed its game plan this past weekend in the Bay Area.

Devil Dish
I was excited as anybody when the Suns traded for Shaq.

ASU has little trouble against lesser foes
The undefeated ASU men's tennis team continued its winning streak, going 2-0 this weekend at Whiteman Tennis Center.

Opinions: Greek Life isn't all that bad

CLEVERLY: "I hate fraternities."

Those were the first words that would come out of my mouth whenever someone would mention anything about a "frat" my freshman year. Now, three years later, I'm proud to say that I don't have this mentality. In fact, I myself am in a fraternity quite a departure from that guy who once was the biggest anti-frat guy campus and at one time hated every single thing about them.

I never understood why anyone would rush a house. I never thought I'd be "that guy." But after pledging a house and being initiated, I am no longer the one who bashes what he doesn't understand.

Opinions: Boys, give us a kiss

MASCHOFF: Like most women, and some men, I enjoy watching soap operas. From prime-time hits like "Grey's Anatomy" and "Desperate Housewives" to daytime drama on "Days of Our Lives" and "Passions," I love watching the sexy-yet-troubled lives of these unbelievably gorgeous men and women.

Unfortunately, with a busy class schedule during the day, and the absence of prime-time soaps because of a certain strike, my days and nights have been sadly lacking in the overly acted drama department, and I have been left with anticlimactic reruns and my Netflix subscription.

Opinions: Letter's to the Editor

Take me home tonight

Moving into a new house or apartment is one of the most exciting aspects of transitioning into adulthood, but finding a space to rent isn't always easy. There are leases to sign, roommates to assemble and amenities to seek.

Famed evolutionary biologist comes Thursday to speak at ASU

The Beyond Center for Fundamental Concepts in Science will present Richard Dawkins, a British ethologist, evolutionary biologist and popular science writer, as the guest lecturer for the 2008 Beyond Annual Lecture on March 6.

Design your kicks in a click
No matter how many color combinations and patterns Vans come in, or how many straps and buckles there are on various styles of Pumas, there will always be a consumer who wants something different.

Review: Tasty Tapas at T. Cook's
T. Cook's is an unlikely destination for hungry college students. Located at the lavish and luxurious Royal Palms Resort and Spa in Scottsdale, it's a popular spot for celebrities, but not collegiates. The upscale restaurant produces an array of dinner plates with exotic ingredients and extravagant price tags. While dinner might be out of the question even for some patrons well beyond their collegiate years, anyone with $20 to spare can afford to lunch at T. Cook's.

Welcome to my death star
It doesn't take a movie fanatic to appreciate the awesomeness that is the custom home theater system.

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