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Olympics come to ASU

WHEN COUNTRIES COMPETE: Mechanical engineering master’s student Kiran Pakala, left, of India gets ready to return volley to supply chain management sophomore Fabian Lenero of Mexico Saturday afternoon at the Student Recreation Complex during the fourth annual ASU Olympics, organized by the Coalition of International Students.

Athletes from across the globe competed Friday and Saturday for gold medals … and they didn't even have to go to Beijing.

State gun bill will likely face changes

The Senate bill to allow concealed weapons permit-holders to carry guns on campus will likely be amended on the floor in an attempt to scrape up enough votes to be approved.

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President-elect disqualified
The Undergraduate Student Government elections director on Thursday disqualified Joshua Pittel, the winner of the March 31 and April 1 elections, who was set to become USG's next president.

House approves changing controversial Sept. 11 memorial
Labeled by some as "egregious" and "insensitive," the Arizona 9/11 Memorial, an endeavor of ASU researchers, is the subject of a recently passed House bill calling for its alteration.

Tempe kicks off Bike Month
Tempe set the wheels in motion on its newly created Bike Month Saturday by hosting Bike-A-palooza.

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

Sun Devils settle for second behind USC


The ASU women's golf team has traveled to Hawaii and California this season but enjoyed the comforts of home and the backing of its home crowd this weekend at Karsten Golf Course.

Penalties aside, Sun Devils continue growth

ASU football coach Dennis Erickson said he would use Saturday's scrimmage as a gauge to figure out where his team stood halfway through its regiment of spring practices.

Devil Dish
For most of the college basketball season, I was not a strong believer in Memphis.
Sure, I was impressed with its strong nonconference schedule and its wins (that's right, Wildcats: wins) against Connecticut, Georgetown, USC, UA and Gonzaga.

Sun Devils achieve program history with win
The ASU water polo team had a moment to remember Saturday with its 100th victory in program history.

Pitching blunders prove harmful for Sun Devils
The No. 1 ASU baseball team got its first taste of the road against a quality Pac-10 opponent this weekend. And it was bitter.

Opinions: Match these rhyming skills, al-Qaida

CALDWELL: My friend Dorsey says a lot of stupid things. On this night, however, he may have said one of the deepest and most complex things I've heard come out of his mouth — ever.

Now, to you, this might sound like the most asinine thing you've heard in the past month. But you have to understand, because for him, this is a great accomplishment.

Opinions: This is one strange city

KING: The past week has been an eventful one, whether you were focused on the news of the global stage or merely what passed here in the Phoenix area. In fact, our university and the surrounding community have served as a miniature representation of world events, a diorama of international politics. After opening your eyes to this fact, it is my hope that you swell up with such pride in your locality that you'd think you were in Texas.

Opinions: Letters to the editor

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.


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.

Café Vu gives high-end, homegrown feel in Fountain Hills
If you ever find yourself stuck in Fountain Hills in desperate need of a distinctive "night-out" destination, consider a less fast-food-inspired option.

Pencil me in
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.

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