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3 presidential candidates, 3 different plans for Iraq

Barack Obama

A fierce battle is raging within the United States' borders, but the weapons are ideological rather than physical.

5 years: The timeline

As Iraq's national and international ramifications played out in the national media, the war's impact was felt here on campus. Inside, how we got to where we are today.

Should we give citizenship to those who serve?
Instead of risking deportations to their home countries, many illegal immigrants may instead opt for deployment to Iraq if a proposed federal legislation is passed.

Fear, hope for future mark lives of Iraqi ASU students
For industrial engineering senior Mohammed Alzubaidi, it's not about what his degree will do to better his life when he graduates in May — it's about what he can do with it to improve the lives of others in Iraq.

Fewer young activists take it to the streets
Tie-dyed T-shirts and picket signs, guitar-clad minstrels singing "Kumbaya" and cries of "Hell no, we won't go!" will not likely be found on Hayden Lawn today.

Choosing a uniform
At a college graduation, students wear a cap and gown. After that, they wear what they want. Some choose to put on a uniform.

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 opens NIT with easy win over Alabama State

Jeffrey Lowman / THE STATE PRESS

One down, four to go.

The ASU men's basketball team certainly looked like a No. 1 seed Tuesday night in its 64-53 win over Alabama State in the first round of the National Invitational Tournament at Wells Fargo Arena.

Sun Devils squeeze by rival Wildcats

Five days after his finest start of the season, senior pitcher Josh Satow had his worst.

Devil Dish
Forgive me for my past.

Sun Devils blast through Marquette with shutout
Only one word comes to mind when explaining what the ASU women's tennis team did against visiting Marquette Tuesday afternoon.

Neither disability nor doubters set back ASU wrestler
When Anthony Robles showed up to the first day of Mesa High School's wrestling practice in the winter of 2002, Mesa's coach Bobby Williams didn't have high expectations for the 14-year-old.

Opinions: No clue

If you haven't noticed, today marks the five-year anniversary of the Iraq War.

But we think you noticed — mainly because you didn't have much choice while looking at any of the 19 preceding pages or the giant "5" up front.

However, the real issue here isn't whether or not you did notice, it's whether or not you wanted to notice, because if you're anything like us, then you probably didn't. After all, it serves as an overwhelming reality check.

Opinions: Find a candidate, find a solution

MASCHOFF: When our fair country declared unofficial war in Iraq or on Iraq (who really knows anymore?), President Bush's approval rating was nearly 92 percent.

Now, five years later, his approval rating has consistently stayed in the lower 30 percentile, showing that most Americans have tired of the way our president is handling not only this current war — which has claimed nearly 3990 lives — but also our foreign and domestic policies in general.

Opinions: Letters to the editor

From the editor: May I present to you

Apparently my apartment has a to-die-for gay bar.

SPM Best of: Campus

Can't figure out which street preacher you want to be yelled at by today? Confused on where to get your study, grub or snooze on? Trying to figure out where not to have sex? We've laid out the best places on campus just for you.

One man's beef with the farming industry
If animal rights activists formed an army, Gene Baur's uniform would sparkle with medals. The president and co-founder of Farm Sanctuary, the first animal-rescue organization dedicated to farm animals, plans to discuss his new book and promote animal-abuse awareness Friday at Changing Hands Bookstore on McClintock Drive and Guadalupe Road.

ASU senior raises autism awareness through art
One ASU art senior is trying to spread awareness of autism by combining her artistic and social interests to promote support for the condition.

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