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Experts: Grads should keep hope in bleak economic times

When he graduates next month, aerospace engineering senior Blaine Stolpestad hopes to be flying high, even though the economy is in a downward spiral.

More Union funding OKed

The Arizona Board of Regents unanimously supported the Arizona Stimulus Plan for Economic and Education Development — a $1.4 billion proposal for University construction — at a meeting held at UA on Thursday.

Ad promoting cash donations earns ASU graphic design student... cash
Graphic design junior Joseph Clay thinks there's no such thing as a bad idea.

After decade on the job, Patricia White to step down
After serving 10 years as the dean of the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Patricia White will end her term on July 1.

Sun Devils hope to cure pitching woes

Bettina Hansen / THE STATE PRESS

This would be a great time for the No. 4 ASU baseball team to stop scuffling.
The Sun Devils (32-7, 7-5 Pac-10) enter the second half of their Pac-10 schedule with a three-game series against visiting No. 15 Cal.

ASU to take care of unfinished business against Oregon State

It wouldn't be entirely inaccurate to say that the ASU softball team will play three and a half games this weekend.

Devil Dish
It's been six years since the Detroit Red Wings and the Colorado Avalanche have lined up against each other in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

ASU to take care of unfinished business against Oregon State
It wouldn't be entirely inaccurate to say that the ASU softball team will play three and a half games this weekend.

Sun Devils eye return trips to meet sites
Des Moines, Iowa, and Eugene, Ore., are two cities the ASU track and field team would like to become very familiar with in the upcoming months.

Opinions: Think before you sign

WOOD: After a semester of putting environmental issues on the table, I've received some great feedback. I've been impressed by how sharp you readers have been and by the astute responses you've sent me. So, in this last column, I'd like to give an anecdote about why being clever enough to sort fact from fiction in the environmental arena is important — the main message here is: Don't be a green sheep.

Opinions: Don't practice what you preach

DHANANI: It was another typical Thursday afternoon at ASU. With students bunched up around the area of Hayden Library and Cady Fountain, the fanatical evangelicals were doing their preaching to a perturbed audience.

But this time, it was a little worse — dozens of students were highly annoyed to the point of yelling back, making signs like "Smile, there's no Hell" in protest and even dancing around the man fervently claiming the impending doom of Hell.

Opinions: Boos and Bravos
Check out what the editorial board Boo'd and Bravo'd this week.

Southwest Shakespeare Company attempts world record

John Battaglia / THE STATE PRESS

In an effort to raise awareness about its productions of various Shakespeare performances, members of the Southwest Shakespeare Company are reciting Shakespeare's complete list of works at Tempe Marketplace for all 24 hours a day over the span of four days.

'Baby Mama' will cure your baby fever with lots of laughs

I must admit, I've never felt the need to be a parent, known in some circles as "baby fever."

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.

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.

Fashion south of the border
Ah, Brazil! Home of supermodel Gisele Bündchen, Havaiana flip-flops and, of course, the Brazilian bikini wax.

Sin City or Sun City
If Sun City were a food, it'd be a raisin because it's so sweet.

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