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M&G dollars on deadline

John Battaglia / THE STATE PRESS
TIME IS RUNNING OUT: Japanese senior Mathew Drew checks out at the Memorial Union market Wednesday afternoon. M&G dollars expire July 31, causing many students to rush to spend before the semster ends.

ASU's food provider Aramark is offering M&G users a 10-percent discount on Thursdays at many of its dining locations, but many students are struggling to spend all their remaining money, not save it.

Extra M&G dollars used to help the needy

Report: 1 in 7 Arizona drivers drove drunk in '07

About 15 percent of Arizona drivers drove under the influence of alcohol at least once last year just less than the national average, according to a report released Wednesday.

Nonprofit students awarded for community service
Five ASU American Humanics, or AH, students were honored with scholarship awards Tuesday evening at the 28th annual American Humanics recognition dinner held at the Arizona Club.

From across the sea, watching her homeland implode
Just months after a political uproar in Kenya over what many in the nation deemed a marred presidential election, citizens of Zimbabwe find themselves in the a similar position.

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.

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 heads to postseason on a high note


With the regular season in the rearview mirror, the ASU men's and women's tennis teams are now looking forward to the Pac-10 Championships in Ojai, Calif.

NCAA tourney berth on the line at conference meet

The ASU water polo team enters the conference tournament feeling pretty good about its season.

Devil Dish
Kevin Garnett, Chris Paul, Kobe Bryant and LeBron James have all had tremendous seasons.

Extra-inning offense gives ASU win, series split Press
Big bats and bad pitching.

ASU falls short at conference tournament
The reigning champions in the Pac-10 were dethroned by USC this week.

Opinions: Go for broke

What's the only thing better than money? Mo' money, obviously.

And that's exactly why we love Monopoly money you always start with $1,500 and you get more for doing such trivial things as passing "Go."

However, there is a fundamental problem or two with Monopoly money namely, that it cannot be used as currency in the real world.

Opinions: Watch out, the centenarians are coming

MAPES: There are those who wish to live forever and those who think they are invincible and will live forever. And then there are those who actually do live forever.

Sadie Kaplan is one of them. Kaplan, a small Jewish woman living in New York, is 104 years old, making her part of a rare group of people called "centenarians," people who live to be 100 or more years old. MSNBC recently did a piece on her, delving into research as to why this Popeye's Chicken-loving old lady has managed to outlive the rest of her generation.

Opinions: Letters to the editor

Student dance performance inspired by new concepts

An audience packed with students, parents and dancers said they didn't know what to expect behind the red velvet the curtain at the Dance Studio Theatre on Wednesday night.

Kooks' CD a disappointment

For those not aware, a double album is usually a waste of money.

The second CD is usually a variety of B-sides and alternate takes that weren't quite good enough to put on the real album but were thrown in as a last-ditch effort to sweeten the deal.

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

Adopting a baby is easy!
Brad and Angelina make it look so easy sometimes. It's like they are in a different country every weekend. With all the kids they've adopted, they must be on a mission to create a family band called the "Multi Cultural Fun Time Jamboree."

Hot DOG! That's a good hot dog
What's that word? The one that pretty much means "amazing" or "fantastic," but it's better than that? There needs to be a word to describe the three best hot-dog joints near campus.

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