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Athletes vie for chance at gold

Morgan Bellinger / THE STATE PRESS
WARMING UP: Troy Davis, 33, who raced in the 2000 Paralympics in Sydney, stretches before a qualifying race for the 2008 Beijing Paralympics Friday at Sun Angel Stadium. Davis coaches the Arizona Heat, an Arizona Disabled Sports team.

When Erik Hightower was 9 years old, his parents had to practically drag him to wheelchair racing practice.

Panels to provide ASU with solar energy

In a world abuzz with the green movement, ASU is taking a step to do its part.

Fulbright program sends 12 ASU grads across the globe
Janet Burke's office is welcoming and warm; her bookshelves covered with a variety of literature on scholarships to foreign travel guides.

Smoke on second floor closes Student Services Building
A small electrical fire broke out on the second floor of the Student Services building early Wednesday morning, causing the building to be evacuated and closing a portion of Forest Avenue for the day, fire officials said.

ASU loses heartbreaker to Fresno State

Kaitlin Ochenrider / THE STATE PRESS

ASU baseball coach Pat Murphy called it his best team in years.

Women's track finishes 2nd in NCAA, men's team takes 6th

1600 meters. Four women. One race. One title.

ASU tight end won't return in the fall
The ASU football team suffered a significant off-season blow Friday with news that No. 1 tight end Dane Guthrie won't be with the team for his senior season.

Devil Dish
Lisa Love deserves a whole lot of well love.

Opinion: Be smart, drive-in

Besides not having to be in classes, the best thing about summer is the movies.

From superhero blockbusters to sequels you've anticipated for years, this summer is going to be a good one as far as entertainment goes.

But with the flagging economy, high gas prices and $9.75 movie tickets (AMC is the worst) on top of the fact that we're college students, seeing a movie this summer may seem like a luxury that's impossible to afford.

Opinion: Nickel and dime laws need to change

RALBOVSKY: I love my car. I drive a 2005 Toyota Corolla complete with 6-speed stick shift, anti-lock breaks and a sunroof.

There's not much to complain about my vehicle, except one thing.

If the driver or front passenger does not put on their seatbelt, they are greeted with a wave of high-pitched beeps that speed up over time for about an entire minute before finally giving up.

Letters to the editor
When I was little and I my room was a mess, my mom would make me clean up before I could go outside and play with the other kids.

Shyamalan's first R-rated thriller not happening

Zade Rosenthal/Twentieth Century Fox / MCT

I'm a big fan M. Night Shyamalan's work.

New 'Hulk' movie you guessed it incredible

Ang Lee brought comic book legend the Incredible Hulk to theaters in the 2003 release, "Hulk," to mixed reviews.

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