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New registration system's kinks being felt

Jeffrey Lowman / THE STATE PRESS
NEEDS SOME WORK: Mathematics senior David Weis sits down to look at the ASU class registration system Web site, which has caused confusion for students.

After a bumpy first year, ASU hopes to make its new instant-enrollment registration system easier for students to use.


Clinton tops in ASU, UA fundraising

Though Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is leading in the delegate count, rival Hillary Clinton is ahead in at least one tally in the ASU community.





Cracking codes is day-to-day business in one campus building
In the Downtown campus's 411 building, there is a glassed-in hallway only accessible by security card or an inside employee.

Senate passes textbook bill
ASU students may see lower textbook prices for the fall semester because the State Senate passed House Bill 2230 Monday.


Legislature passes bill to soften DUI law
A bill passed last week by the Arizona Legislature aims to reduce penalties for convicted first-time drunken drivers.


Scottsdale crime prevention classes focus on awareness
While violent crimes in Scottsdale have declined in recent years, it is still important to know what to do to avoid becoming a victim.


Opinions: Don't ask for our money, ask for our time
Anyone who has been a student at ASU for more than two seconds has likely heard the question, "Do you have a minute for the environment?"


The 2008 All State Press Team

Jeffrey Lowman / THE STATE PRESS

The State Press sports writers select the 2008 All State Press Team.


Devil Dish

The similarities are eerie.

A hard-hitting college football player. Star of his team. Hoping to play safety for an NFL team on Sundays. Selected in the seventh round, an afterthought to about all draft diehards.


The 2008 All State Press Team
The State Press sports writers select the 2008 All State Press Team.


Devil Dish
The similarities are eerie.

A hard-hitting college football player. Star of his team. Hoping to play safety for an NFL team on Sundays. Selected in the seventh round, an afterthought to about all draft diehards.


Opinions: Until "tomorrow"

It's been less than two years and two months since I reported my first article for The State Press.

It was a lunch lecture by President Crow, and I was pumped. I situated myself in a nondescript corner of the Old Main ballroom and pulled out my reporter's notebook, a trapper-keeper's worth of writing utensils (in case one or 50 stopped working) and my new digital recorder to capture every thrilling second.

Opinions: A series of rhetorical questions for fools

KING: Last week, Rep. Russell Pearce, R-Mesa, proposed that public schools and universities in Arizona be barred from teaching values that contradict those of American and Western civilization. Well, great, I can't think of a single case in history when such a law was passed and something bad happened. Can you?

I'm not going to talk about the difficulties of defining what would be an American versus an un-American thing to say or teach that would be wasting paper, which, coincidentally, is a very un-American thing to do. Instead, I want to focus on something more critical to the discussion: the type of person who would suggest such a law.


Opinions: Letters to the editor


Hadouken! gives taste of British techno

British dance music is always enjoyable. Hadouken!, a techno group that hails from the UK, has produced "Music For an Accelerated Culture," an album that wastes no time delivering intense, energetic, and groove-able tunes.


Famed author speaks about food industry

Students and faculty members gathered in the Evelyn Smith Music Theatre on Tuesday afternoon to hear Australian philosopher and bioethics profession Peter Singer discuss themes of his latest book, which depict the environmental effects and consequences peoples' food choices have on animals.


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.


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


No woman is free until all women are free
Blue emergency lights are abundant around ASU's campus and dialing "911" is easy with the convenience of a cell phone.


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