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Remembering Virginia Tech

Bettina Hansen / THE STATE PRESS
SHOWING SUPPORT: Students gathered on Hayden Lawn last year, Apr. 19, 2007, for a candelight vigil to honor and remember the students affected by the Virginia Tech tragedy.

April 16 marks the one-year anniversary of the Virginia Tech shooting, and many ASU students are reflecting on their own campus safety


Dome still without a home

A former Tempe landmark that was displaced last year is still homeless, and plans for its future are up in the air.





Student asks 'What makes an American?'
For white U.S. citizens, the idea of a distinct cultural background can be murky.

Nursing students give back to the community
As part of ASU senior nursing students' community-health clinical rotation, the students spend half of their first semester volunteering in a homeless shelter.

New feature added to course evaluations
Once again, the College of Human Services (CHS), College of Teacher Education and Leadership (CTEL), and New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences (NCAIS) at the West campus will be stressing to students the importance of participating in online course evaluations.


ASU Chabad to host annual Passover Seder
Jewish students do not have to worry about not being able to celebrate Passover just because they are far from home. ASU Chabad hosts a Passover Seder every year, and this year is no different.

Soundslides: Curtain Call: The Pillowman
The ASU production of dark comedy The Pillowman by Martin McDonagh opened Friday at the Prism Theatre and runs through April 17. The plot follows Katurian, an author of gruesome children's tales, through his police interrogation for several bizarre murders committed in the style of his stories.

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


Small-town transfer finding success at ASU's big-time program

Bettina Hansen / THE STATE PRESS

Even with all that Marcel Champagnie has done for the 2008 ASU baseball team, coaches still pronounce his name like the liquor, and not as his family heritage stipulates.


McGaha's spring hits a standstill

Chris McGaha's spring has come to an end, at least as far as football is concerned.


Devil Dish
The West is still a mess.


Small-town transfer finding success at ASU's big-time program
Even with all that Marcel Champagnie has done for the 2008 ASU baseball team, coaches still pronounce his name like the liquor, and not as his family heritage stipulates.


McGaha's spring hits a standstill
Chris McGaha's spring has come to an end, at least as far as football is concerned.


Opinions: Lest we forget

One year ago, we sat dumbfounded, staring at television sets with blank expressions of utter disbelief and disgust. How could it happen again?

That morning, in Blacksburg, Va., a 23-year-old by the name of Seung-Hui Cho fired upon dozens of students and staff in the heart of Virginia Tech's campus.

Opinions: No thanks, I'm good

BRANCH: We are all guilty of it. We see them ahead of us with their fliers or clipboards and panic sets in. We pull out our cell phones or headphones and quicken our pace, envying every person on a bike or skateboard who can just zip right by.

You look at the ground to avoid making eye contact or be sucked in by their smiling faces. Their enthusiastic voices ask you a question like: "Do you have a minute for gay rights?"


Opinions: Letters to the editor


From the editor: My baby boy

Sam Nalven / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

Some of you may not know this, but I have the most beautiful baby boy.

Download this week's issue of SPM.


'Sarah Marshall's Segel dishes on nude breakup

Jason Segel, from "How I Met Your Mother" and "Freaks and Geeks" fame, wrote and stars in the latest comedy from the Judd Apatow factory, "Forgetting Sarah Marshall."


Crossing the street
Dealing with a noisy roommate may be annoying at times, especially when said roommate is holding band practices.


I wear my green on my sleeve
Many people dream of making a positive impact on the world, whether it be by living a green lifestyle, opening an orphanage or creating a nonprofit to help those in need.


Jiminy Cricket!
Cricket is not America's pastime.


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