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Speaker: Remember, grow from racist past

John Battaglia / THE STATE PRESS
A COMPLICATED HISTORY: Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Leonard Pitts Jr. delivers the 2008 A. Wade Smith Memorial Lecture on Race Relations Monday evening at Gammage Auditorium. Pitts said race relations will be relevant in the upcoming presidential election.

Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Leonard Pitts Jr. told a crowd of 1,500 Monday to remember America's history of racial animosity while warning them not to repeat it.


ASU alumna has mixed feelings toward 'Real World' experience

After graduation, ASU alumna Sarah Ralston delayed entering the real world to appear on MTV's "Real World."





Police departments in state prepare to lose millions
Arizona police departments and law enforcement agencies could lose millions in funding if proposed budget cuts are approved in the state legislature.


Prep courses aim to give eighth-graders leg up
Eighth-grade students involved in a new ASU-initiated program are getting a boost when it comes to high school, college and beyond.



Forum addresses both sides of death penalty issue
Emotions ran high Saturday at the Arizona Death Penalty Forum, as people on both sides of the capital punishment debate shared and discussed their views on the topic.

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


Juco transfer boosts speed-hungry Sun Devils

Photo Courtesy of The Daily Wildcat

Despite sweeping the indoor and outdoor championships last year, something was missing from the ASU track and field women's team.


Indoor matches leave ASU with split

The ASU women's tennis team has found that winning on the road in the Pac-10 doesn't come easy.


Devil Dish
This is tough to admit publicly because I'm such a loyal citizen of Planet Orange, but I'm starting to doubt our fearless leader, Mike D'Antoni.


Juco transfer boosts speed-hungry Sun Devils
Despite sweeping the indoor and outdoor championships last year, something was missing from the ASU track and field women's team.


Indoor matches leave ASU with split
The ASU women's tennis team has found that winning on the road in the Pac-10 doesn't come easy.


Opinions: Truth.com needs to butt out

OGINO: When did not smoking turn people into babbling retards? I am, of course, referring to the Truth.com ads ads that get progressively dumber with time.

They seem to have woken up one morning and decided that nobody but them knows that cigarettes harm your health. Maybe someone should have told them that that information is printed on every box. That probably would have saved a lot of time.

Opinions: Keep politics out of Olympics

CLEVERLY: Every two years, the Olympics seems to trump itself and become the greatest sporting event the world has seen to date. And every two years, every nation on Earth becomes privileged to send their athletes to compete for glory and pride.

But for the first time since the 1980 and 1984 Olympics, various nations (who, might I add, all seem to be U.S. allies) are contemplating whether they should boycott the upcoming Beijing Olympics because of China's negative image on their human rights.


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.


Tempe art project 'TIE's people together

Fifteen people literally tied the streets of Tempe together on Sunday afternoon to demonstrate unity within a community.


Collectively Conspire
The little blue-brick house that sits on the northeast corner of Fifth and Garfield streets in downtown Phoenix's art area is not just another art space it's a community.


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.


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


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