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University unveils MU renovation plans

Rendering Courtesy of ASU Media Relations
NEW VIEW: The Memorial Union renovation plans include a shaded patio on the north side of the building.

When ASU students return to the Tempe campus next fall, they will not find the same Memorial Union they remember.

Regents approve $26 million in budget cuts

ASU president Michael Crow said Friday that enrollment limitations, job losses and reduced student services would be the results of proposed legislative budget cuts next year.

Speaking volumes in silence
Students united in silence Friday to protest bigotry and harassment faced by those within the gay and lesbian community.

Pittel disqualification confirmed; Appleton to be USG president
The Undergraduate Student Government's Elections Department on Saturday confirmed its earlier decision to disqualify Joshua Pittel, the winner of the March 31 and April 1 vote, and declared Mark Appleton USG's next president.

Police Beat: 19-year-old female ASU student arrested on suspicion of aggravated assault
A 31-year-old Tempe woman was arrested Wednesday evening on suspicion of shoplifting, possession of prescription-only drugs without a prescription and false reporting to police, according to a police report.

Former Sun Devils sprinkled through NFL draft

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS

Mike Pollak sat in his parents' Chandler home on Saturday, glued to the TV.

Sun Devil pitchers steal the show

The ASU softball team continued its dominance of the Pac-10 with its stellar play over the weekend.

Devil Dish
The Suns avoided a sweep Sunday afternoon, and coach Mike D'Antoni should be thanking his lucky stars.

ASU fights off weather, wins four titles
Historically, individual event titles have been hard to earn at the Drake Relays for the ASU women's track and field team.

ASU finds its rhythm at Pac-10 tournament
Doubles matches have been huge for the ASU men's tennis team this year, and this past weekend at the Pac-10 Championships was no different.

Opinions: A November to remember

SHOPE: Over the course of this semester and my previous two stints with this newspaper as an opinion columnist, you have grown used to my columns on political topics from the conservative point of view. These columns have either made me the scorn of the overwhelming leftist majority on this campus or they have endeared me to the truly silent minority of conservative Sun Devils.

Opinions: TV isn't any better with the writers back

OGINO: Now that all of our favorite dramas and sitcoms are back on television, people just want to forget the writers strike ever happened.

Honestly, I don't care what happened. Whether they got their Internet money is about as interesting to me as "According to Jim," but now that all the shows are coming back, I realize now I didn't miss them.

Opinions: Letters to the editor

Spears, as art form

Photos courtesy of Peter Bugg .

Britney Spears' legacy may be slightly toxic, but 11 artists are charting her No. 1 singles in a month-long mixed media art exhibit.

Fringe Festival gives taste of unconventional performances

The inaugural Phoenix Fringe Festival will introduce Valley residents to unconventional theatrical performance in downtown Phoenix next weekend, aiming to expand the city's artistic community.

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.

Nasties make pretty
Two months ago, our individuals merged to create something that resurrects a sound thought to be long gone.

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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