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Best Hall anything but for some residents

Photos courtesy of Brady Emerson and Stephen Charn
UNCLEAN CARPET: A puddle of thick liquid forced freshmen Brady Emerson and Stephen Charnicki out of their Best C dorm room.

When freshmen Stephen Charnicki and Brady Emerson turned on the light in their Best C Hall room one night after watching a movie, they thought the wet spot they saw on their floor was spilled Coke.


Tempe council candidates address voter questions

All four remaining Tempe City Council candidates emphasized the need to build on Tempe's progress during a forum at ASU's Student Services Lawn Wednesday.





Police finding evidence on social networking sites
Facebook.com users might be getting an arrest warrant instead of a poke, comment or friend request from law enforcement if their online profiles incriminate them in a police investigation.

Student government elections near
As election fever spreads like wildfire all over the country, the Polytechnic campus is no exception.

Gmail not spreading to other state schools
ASU's partnership with Google has received a positive reaction from students and administration in its first six months, but other state schools have no plans for switching their e-mail systems to Gmail.


Obama bridging gap between politics and pop culture
Popular culture and politics have merged to brand Barack Obama as the "it" presidential candidate.

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


The Sun Devils' perennial prizewinner

Kaitlin Ochenrider / THE STATE PRESS

The physical accomplishments of ASU senior Jacquelyn Johnson's track and field career aren't put on display for everyone to see.


ASU returns to normalcy with upcoming Pac-10 schedule

The No. 1 ASU baseball team came out of its hustle and bustle of a nonconference schedule with an end to its 19-game win-streak and finally a spare moment to regroup.


Devil Dish
Yesterday, I had the pleasure of traveling to Maricopa to watch my little sister play in a high school softball game. The following are things I learned during the seven-inning game:


Benedetti, Nuess set out for championships
The ASU swim and dive season has just one more stop before the season ends.


ASU returns to normalcy with upcoming Pac-10 schedule
The No. 1 ASU baseball team came out of its hustle and bustle of a nonconference schedule with an end to its 19-game win-streak and finally a spare moment to regroup.


Opinions: Breaking the mold

If you pull a slice of bread out of a bag and it happens to have green and brown spots of disgustingness all over it, you typically have three options.

First, you can make a sandwich. This is not advisable. Second, you can feed the ducks. This is slightly more advisable. And third, you can throw that nasty junk in the nearest trash receptacle. This is obviously the best choice.

Opinions: Ignoring the side effects

SPIVACK: Turn on your television, and among the dizzying array of noise you're guaranteed to see, you're also likely to see an assortment of advertisements relating to prescription drugs, all appealing to those who may or may not be sick. Most of us observe this nonchalantly. I, for one, had trouble conceptualizing these advertisements they just seem to fall into the gaps and become normal.


Opinions: Letters to the editor


It's getting haute in Phoenix

Sam Nalven / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

As always in fashion, there is a constant turnover of "new" trends and hot places to be.


Don't I know you?: Joe Faina

In terms of college competitions, ASU sports are in the spotlight. But beyond the field, there is another team that competes almost every weekend to be the best.


Latin Jazz band kicks of Jazz Week at ASU
ASU's Latin Jazz Band kicked off its 2008 Jazz Week on Monday evening at the Evelyn Smith Music Theatre.


'To Kill A Mockingbird' comes to ASU
In an effort to celebrate "great American stories," The Arizona Theatre Company has initiated a five-year series titled "American Plays!" that will begin Thursday with "To Kill a Mockingbird."


My lucky number is ... 72?
The common financial situation for college students usually calls for eating macaroni and cheese every night, but there is a way students can look forward to a more financially secure future.


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