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Dorm leaders will soon attend training on gay sensitivity

Deanna Dent / THE STATE PRESS
PLAY IT SAFE: Journalism senior Jane Christie displays a safe zone sign which promotes an area of respect and tolerance of sexual preference, ethnicity and gender.

Starting this fall, leaders of the governing body for students living on-campus will be required to attend training on making dorms welcoming to gay and lesbian students.


Domestic-partner benefits approved for state workers

A panel voted Tuesday to extend health benefits to the unmarried partners of state and university employees, marking a significant step for gay rights advocates in Arizona.





Tempe may modify call system to cut costs
As cities look to tighten their purse strings in an uncertain economy, Tempe Police may soon redirect non-emergency calls to help save money.

Public art on West campus for more than 15 years
A walk through the West campus can be like taking a walk through an art museum if one looks closely.



Early lead lifts Sun Devils to win

Kaitlin Ochenrider / THE STATE PRESS

ASU baseball coach Pat Murphy didn't deal one of his aces, but the result was all the same.


Sun Devil junior an athlete with an arm

Usually the best way to talk to someone about his or her adoption is with sensitivity.


Devil Dish
What exactly is going on in the little mind of former baseball player Jose Canseco?


Redshirt freshman eager for starting role
Gone is Robert James, ASU's leading tackler from the 2007 season. With James' departure, redshirt freshman Oliver Aaron knows there are "big shoes to fill" as the weak-side linebacker and he wants to be the one to fill them.


Opinions: Saying 'no' to Sheriff Joe

PELTON: Dear Sheriff Arpaio,

I know who you are. I know that very few people can speak out against you without some sort of backlash from your office. I know you like to spend countless hours targeting day workers over murderers and other criminals. I also know that you are the most unqualified sheriff in the nation.

Opinions: Not Another Mock Movie

BRANCH: "Superhero Movie" opened last Friday, and obviously I was the first in line to head into "Horton Hears a Who," that is.

You see, even my obsession with movies and the reliance I have on forming my own opinion about a movie, (instead of reading critiques,) cannot bring me to sit through a movie that's entire creative purpose is to make fun of other movies.


Opinions: Letters to the editor


Love and marraige ... and college

Sam Nalven / THE STATE PRESS

No matter what age, marriage is always hard work. Coupling it with college, though, may seem like an unbearable strain.


Everything is waiting for you downtown

As it turns out, being a student of the "New American University" means that suddenly, one semester, all of one's classes could be moved downtown


Film Festival gives new artist talent outlet
The Phoenix Film Festival is offering movie lovers the opportunity to celebrate and honor the art of film with a full week of festivities that begins Thursday.


The next frontier
We are all kind of pissed about going downtown next semester for our journalism degrees.


Twitterpated
For some, the concept of "spring fever" means a boost of energy and a need to clean the house. For others, it means a more frequent tug in the pants.


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