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Convention or bust

Deanna / THE STATE PRESS
POLITICALLY ACTIVE: Political science junior Lisa Fernandez, 20, and political science and history senior Sean Bowie, 23, were selected to be delegates to the Democratic National Convention in Denver.

Two ASU students will have front-row seats to witness history this August as delegates to the Democratic National Convention in Denver.


Police looking for man who tried to rape ASU student

Tempe Police are looking for a man that they say attempted to rape a 19-year-old female ASU student early Saturday morning.





Phi Sigma Kappa joins IFC after being denied
The University's traditional fraternities welcomed Phi Sigma Kappa into their ranks March 17, reversing a controversial decision in which they denied the colony membership in their Interfraternity Council.

ASU, Scottsdale group agree on preserving Kerr Cultural Center
A committee in Scottsdale is doing all it can to ensure long-term preservation of the 50-year-old Kerr Cultural Center.

Breaks not delaying light-rail testing
Light-rail officials are no closer to discovering who is responsible for cracks found in sections of completed tracks, but said that the project is still on schedule.


Soundlides: Soundtrack to the Game
Soundtrack to the Game features members of the ASU Basketball Pep Band in a multimedia presentation by State Press Photographer Jeffrey Lowman.

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

Campus Ministry returns to ASU
Brother Jed Smock stood outside Hayden Library waving the Bible in his hand, shouting passages at the mass of students that surrounded him.


Sun Devils topple Temple to advance

Courtesy of ASU Media Relations

Most expected the first-round NCAA Tournament game between the No. 6-seed ASU women's basketball team and 11th-seeded Temple to be a defensive struggle.


Switch-up doesn't slow down Sun Devils

The ASU women's tennis team remained undefeated at home with a 7-0 shutout of rival UA on Saturday.


Devil Dish
And so concludes arguably the most exciting four days in sports.


ASU exploits errors, bounces back from loss
The ASU softball team received a taste of what Pac-10 play will feel like this past weekend at the Judi Garman Classic in Fullerton, Calif.


The great outdoors
The scenery may have changed, but the momentum generated by ASU's indoor track championships was not lost in the transition to the outdoor season. Rather, it was handed off gracefully to a mostly different contingent of athletes.


Opinions: Say what?

Every Sunday morning, NBC News wants us to "Meet the Press."

Well, we have an issue with that: What if we don't want to meet them? What if we think they're biased in the worst way and unable to keep the necessary amount of journalistic integrity about them that their significant job demands?

Yesterday's program did a lot to make us think twice about taking NBC up on its press-meeting suggestion — mainly because of its own political director, Chuck Todd.

Opinions: Bad day to be a Democrat

SHOPE: If recent polling data is any indication, Democrats may not have the smooth-sailing general election that many had previously anticipated. While this is in large part because of the fact that Republicans nominated our own maverick Arizona Sen. John McCain, it can also more accurately be attributed to what National Public Radio's Juan Williams called a bloodbath for the Democratic nomination — a bloodbath that Williams said would most likely continue through to the Democratic convention in Denver.


Opinions: Letters to the editor


Tempe Music Festival takes the stage this weekend

MCT

Students and Valley residents alike are expected to pack this year's Circle K Tempe Music Festival at Tempe Beach Park, especially with headliners Fergie and My Chemical Romance.


'Hollow' EP lives up to its name

Please don't misunderstand: I'm a firm supporter of local music.


From the editor: May I present to you
Apparently my apartment has a to-die-for gay bar.


SPM Best of: Shopping
Charge it! Find out the best places to score sweet housewares, earn indie fashion cred and pick up a good read — all while running up that credit card bill.


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.


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