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Olympics Special Report: Trial run for China

Spencer Holladay / THE STATE PRESS

Members of the ASU track and field team wear gold uniforms for their meets. A select few hope to be wearing gold around their necks come August.

View the PDF.


OKed budget may cost ASU $12 million

After months of negotiations, the Legislature and governor agreed last week on a fix for this fiscal year's estimated $1.2 billion budget deficit and ASU is footing $5.25 million of the bill so far.

See the Arizona Board of Regents proposed budget cuts for all three state universities.





Students decide if men live or die in a way
His heart pumps, his pulse beats and fluids flow through his veins.

Proponents: Good Samaritan defribillator law will save lives
When someone suffers cardiac arrest, timing is everything. That's the reasoning behind legislation signed into law this week that will exempt good Samaritans from civil liability when they use automated external defibrillators to help those who suffer heart attacks.

Valley residents have close encounter with mysterious lights
No certain cause has yet been identified for the mysterious lights spotted north of Deer Valley Monday night, which have sparked comparisons to the "Phoenix lights" of 11 years ago.



Crystal meth awareness campaign comes to Arizona
Bleach and drain cleaner, aren't just for household cleaning anymore. They can be used as ingredients, along with battery acid, brake fluid and many other harmful chemicals, in one of the most addictive and dangerous drugs.

Anne Frank exhibit draws parallels to genocide today
For some people, the Holocaust was a thing of the past, never to be repeated. The National Anne Frank Exhibit, showing at the Barness Family East Valley Jewish Community Center in Chandler, Ariz., makes a point to tell patrons that the Holocaust wasn't a one-time event, that genocide continues to happen throughout our world today.


Pitching problems continue for ASU in series-opening loss to Cal State Fullerton

Photo Courtesy of The Daily Trojan

After using 10 different pitchers during the weekend, ASU baseball coach Pat Murphy was asked if depth was a concern.


JuCo All-American guard signs to be a Sun Devil

The ASU women's basketball team added another player to its incoming recruiting class Monday when coach Charli Turner Thorne announced that junior college All-American guard Jazlyn Davis signed a letter of intent to play her final two years of college as a Sun Devil.


Devil Dish
A friend of mine, who is a Diamondbacks fan, sent me this message: If it wasn't for Randy Johnson and Doug Davis starting in the pitching rotation, the Diamondbacks would never lose.


Pitching problems continue for ASU in series-opening loss to Cal State Fullerton
After using 10 different pitchers during the weekend, ASU baseball coach Pat Murphy was asked if depth was a concern.


JuCo All-American guard signs to be a Sun Devil
The ASU women's basketball team added another player to its incoming recruiting class Monday when coach Charli Turner Thorne announced that junior college All-American guard Jazlyn Davis signed a letter of intent to play her final two years of college as a Sun Devil.


Opinions: Summertime, and the living's not easy

PELTON: So my roommate came up to me Sunday night to tell me that he had a physics test the next morning that he didn't know about.

My girlfriend wanted to watch a movie rather than do her massive amount of psychology homework this weekend. (By the way, how good is Tom Cruise in "Collateral"? If you ever want to know the correct way to run, watch him in this movie. It's absolutely unbelievable what a perfect stride he has. OK, now back to the column.)

Opinions: The living dead

SACKETT: This is my last column for The State Press. As columnists, we're supposed to write about topics that will appeal to the masses. But not this column it's intended for just one person, a person I've never met and never will.

Statistically, there should not be another on campus that walks the path of the living dead.


Opinions: Letters to the editor


Get a taste of hot and spicy at Salsa Challenge this weekend

Photos courtesy of Arizona Hemophilia Association

My Nana's Best-Tasting Salsa Challenge will be back in Tempe on Saturday to kick off the summer with some heat and a little spice.


From the editor: My own cross to bear

Christa Parra is an inspiration to me.


Dim sum at Great Wall
Most people today are fairly familiar with Chinese cuisine. Pei Wei and Panda Express are constantly popping up and featuring their version of egg rolls and chow mein.


Wristcutters: A Love Story
There's nothing better than getting lost in a director's vision, but sometimes the director can get lost, too.


Getting Insight from a degree
Gavin Jacobs didn't stray far from his W.P. Carey School of Business classrooms when he launched his business in the Memorial Union after graduating in 2005.


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