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Letting go of it all

Bettina Hansen / THE STATE PRESS
LAST INNING: Senior pitcher Josh Satow looks out on to the field from the dugout at Packard Stadium Mar.28.

Josh Satow sits in the dugout after the ASU baseball team's 17th consecutive victory to start the season.


Identity thieves hit DVD-rental machine

While cashiers at the Circle K on the corner of Lemon Street and Rural Road usually ask for customers' IDs when they pay with credit cards, a greater identity-theft risk was recently lurking outside the store.





A new version of outsourcing
Business fraternity Alpha Kappa Psi is using its industry savvy to make fundraising more efficient through outsourcing.

K-12 religious discrimination prohibited with proposed bill
In response to allegations of discrimination in Arizona schools, one lawmaker hopes a bill moving through the state Legislature will further safeguard students' freedom of religion.

Police Beat: Man arrested for abusing his 2-month-old child
A 21-year-old Tempe man was arrested early Monday morning on the 100 block of East Fifth Street on suspicion of child abuse, police reported.



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


ASU aims to turn tables in rivalry game, takes first shot at UA

Deanna Dent / THE STATE PRESS

This is the game the ASU softball team has had circled since its season schedule came out.


Position battles take shape

ASU football coach Dennis Erickson is lucky to have plenty of quality linebackers at his disposal next year. The problem if you want to call it that is trying to find the right combination of starters at the second tier of defense.


ASU aims to turn tables in rivalry game, takes first shot at UA
This is the game the ASU softball team has had circled since its season schedule came out.


Devil Dish
Last week, former Chicago Cubs outfielder Moises Alou admitted in an interview with The Associated Press that he wouldn't have been able to catch the infamous foul ball that Steve Bartman reached for in Game 6 of the 2003 NLCS game.


Position battles take shape
ASU football coach Dennis Erickson is lucky to have plenty of quality linebackers at his disposal next year. The problem if you want to call it that is trying to find the right combination of starters at the second tier of defense.


Opinions: Dissecting an opinion

PELTON: I did something very, very wrong: I pissed off my grandparents.

Yes, I'm talking about those sweet and lovable old people who will let you sneak in an extra cookie before dinner after your mom said no.

Last week, I wrote an article about Sheriff Joe Arpaio, and I explained why I dislike him. I received a lot of support for my candidness and detail, but I also received a lot of negative feedback with people such as my grandparents thinking that I wasn't being "objective."

Opinions: Men, porn and money

SACKETT: I recently came across a thought-provoking article in the journal NeuroReport. Don't ask what I was doing reading it, I really couldn't tell you. Interestingly though, according to research carried out at Stanford University, there seems to be a link in the brain between sex and taking financial risk.

Apparently, this only affects men, at least that's what the female researcher must have assumed as she saw it fit to test only men. This study relied heavily upon brain scans.


Opinions: Letters to the editor


Getting to the source

Dylan Winkler / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

Not many lawyers put aside the legal briefs on the weekends to play indie-rock.


Art museum remembers late fine arts dean

The Nelson Fine Arts Center transformed into a building of remembrance on Saturday to honor Jules Heller, the former ASU dean of fine arts who passed away on Dec. 28, 2007.


Tattoo expo inks Mesa over the weekend
The buzzing of tattoo guns filled the air this past week as the Arizona Tattoo Expo came to the Mesa Centennial Hall.


Why I relay
I don't run track let's just make that clear from the beginning. I don't pass batons or jump hurdles for 100 meters. This is a relay, all right, but not the kind you might be thinking of. Instead, what we pass is hope: the hope that together, we can beat cancer.


A risky business
Everyone has an embarrassing celebrity crush.


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