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Pittel triumphs

Kaitlin Ochenrider / THE STATE PRESS
VICTORY: Presidential candidate Mark Appleton (right) congratulates winner Joshua Pittel (left) on his victory in front of Old Main on Wednesday afternoon.

Joshua Pittel is set to become the next Undergraduate Student Government president, after capturing 55.3 percent of the vote in the March 31 and April 1 elections.


Lawyers, lawmaker say Arpaio is dangerous

As America's self-proclaimed "toughest sheriff," Joe Arpaio has made numerous friends and enemies through his policies on illegal immigration and the county jail system.





Student recreation fee includes YMCA membership
ASU students craving a noon-time swim or rooftop run can get their fix at the Lincoln Family Downtown YMCA, free of charge. Well, sort of.

Report draft: Greater security needed at ASU
Hiring a full-time emergency manager and better addressing students' mental health and behavioral issues were included in a list of University safety needs in a draft report released Wednesday.

Bomb threat forces dorm evacuation
A bomb threat prompted an emergency evacuation of Palo Verde East residence hall on Wednesday at around 4:15 p.m.


ASU's political organizations reaching out to students in election year
One vote can make a difference. This is the word political organizations at ASU are sending across campus to increase voter turnout and political awareness among college students.


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 makes quick work of Wofford in shortened game

Matt Pavelek / THE STATE PRESS

Three days after most believed his season was in jeopardy, ASU junior catcher Petey Paramore showed why his perceived injury caused so much worry.


ASU fencers on the attack

For a sport that has roots deeper than 100 years, fencing is making a pretty big mark on the ASU club sports scene.


Devil Dish
I've had this thought bouncing around my head for some time now.


ASU makes quick work of Wofford in shortened game
Three days after most believed his season was in jeopardy, ASU junior catcher Petey Paramore showed why his perceived injury caused so much worry.


ASU fencers on the attack
For a sport that has roots deeper than 100 years, fencing is making a pretty big mark on the ASU club sports scene.


Opinions: I'm 70% evil, and I'm OK with that

SACKETT: Recently, I stumbled across an online survey. Normally I pass them up, but this one was too tempting to just click on by.

Apparently, upon completion of the survey, I was deemed 70 percent evil. Supposedly, I am very evil, too evil to care, not to mention those who love me also fear me, a lot.

Opinions: Proceed with caution

PRATT: On Sunday, February 24, four unknown men followed an ASU student home to her apartment, where she was attacked and raped. Local news reports state three men held her down while the fourth man raped her.

After hearing of this horrific event, many ASU students vowed to never walk alone again and to be more cautious about their surroundings. This issue became the topic of discussion in various locations around campus the next weeks.


Opinions: Letters to the Editor


Pencil me in

Chelsea Kent / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

The pencil skirt is synonymous with the sexy secretary, the sexy career woman and the sexy teacher. Basically, the skirt is downright sexy. ASU supply chain management alumna Erin Chow is a fan of the pencil skirt. Currently a business analyst with Mervyn's, Chow says she likes to spice up her work wardrobe.


Love and marraige ... and college

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


So metal!
Metalheads don't get enough credit. Oftentimes, their music is unjustly reduced to "just a bunch of noise."


Some fishy advice
Looking for a way to make your roommates pick up their dirty laundry, or do the dishes instead of building a putrid pile in the sink?


Take some surfing lessons
With everything that's on the Internet, anything that saves time while surfing is worth checking out. It's no surprise that there are tons of Web sites that have that goal in mind. Here are a few sites that can make simplifying your life just a click away.


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