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Internships pave the way for higher salaries, better jobs

Kaitlin Ochenrider / THE STATE PRESS
JUMP START: Psychology junior Nick Pawlowski is interning at St. Luke’s Hospital for the summer. He writes articles for newsletters, enters data and does computer program coding for the Arizona Twin Project.

A recent study by the ASU Institute for Social Science Research shows that of ASU's December graduates, those who participated in internships during college had an easier time finding jobs after graduation and received higher starting salaries.


Popular yoga instructor's firing angers students

Twelve years ago, Jim Keegan stumbled into yoga.





Newly-launched news site aimed at ASU students
On Monday, network owner Mark Scolaro launched the Sun Devil Homepage, a Web site designed to provide ASU students access to recent news, local business links and entertainment information.

Police Beat
A 23-year-old Tempe man was arrested during a vehicle stop on the 500 block of North May on suspicion of possession of marijuana and misconduct with weapons, according to a police report.


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

Phoenix funds help in Chengdu
A plethora of organizations have recently formed to provide emergency needs to those impacted by the recent earthquake in Chengdu, China


Two-sport Sun Devil recruit is ready to play

Photo courtesy of rivals.com

When incoming freshman Johnny Coy committed to the ASU basketball program in March 2007, his friends thought he was crazy.


North High School junior draws attention at Sendek camp

One of the state's most talented underclassmen was on display Saturday during the Herb Sendek basketball camp in Wells Fargo Arena.


Devil Dish
In most cases, no one player can ever be bigger than his sport.


Three of ASU's 'Fab Five' already playing professionally
Just days removed from leading the ASU softball team to its first-ever national championship, three out of the "Fab Five" are already playing in the big leagues.


Opinions: Get off the Obama train

In the news lately we've been bombarded with images of Michelle Obama while commentators compare her wardrobe to that of beloved first lady and fashion icon Jacqueline Kennedy.

Yesterday Barack Obama appeared in a TV spot before Lifetime's hit show "Army Wives," remarking eloquently on the difficulties that spouses of servicemen and servicewomen face daily.

Opinions: Discerning disaster relief from a photo op

Among the many problems with politics in this country is that it's impossible to be sure people in the public eye do good deeds because they genuinely believe in making a difference, rather than just genuinely believe in looking like they do.

As usual, it's probably neither one nor the other, but that's what makes it so hard to tell what kind of person an elected official really is.


Opinions: Letters to the editor
opinions, letters to the editor


'Get Smart' short on laughs despite good premise

MCT

Watching Steve Carell listening to ABBA's "Take a Chance on Me" during the opening credits of "Get Smart," I thought, "Hey, now that's a funny idea."


Myers' bizarre characters make 'Guru' worth watching

Mike Myers has penned some creative and interesting comic characters in two successful franchises over the past 16 years.


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