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From Hayden Lawn to the National Mall

Last October political science and human communication junior Chris Gast started applying for summer internships.


Beloved custodian retiring after 10 years at ASU

Jesse Escobedo and his wife cooked a savory turkey dinner over the holiday break, but they didn't serve it to their family.





New University purchasing policy favors environment-friendly suppliers
Palm trees leaves are not the only green things on the ASU campus this summer — the school's new commitment to purchase from environment-friendly suppliers is making campus a greener place.

Police Beat
Six suspects were arrested early Friday morning on suspicion of burglary on the 900 block of South Apache Road, police reported.



The Lisa Love effect

THE STATE PRESS

Even in these post-Title IX days, it's rare to find a school with a female athletic director at America's highest level of intercollegiate sport.


Men's swimming reinstated after fundraising surge

Weeks after being told to walk the plank, the ASU men's swimming program has been reinstated by the University.


Devil Dish
Vegas, baby, Vegas. I'm here now in the mecca of money, glamour and gambling, about to embark on my first post-21 experience.


Opinions: Beyond the pail

Everyone's got a story.

In journalism classes, we're taught to never start a story with a cliché, but in this case, it just fits too well.

In this week's story by Megan Thomas chronicling the service of longtime ASU custodian Jesse Escobedo, the tired old adage comes to life.

Opinions: Letters to the editor

I would like to know how someone can keep this last name, let alone run for some type of political office. The name, Schmuck, is an extremely derogatory term no matter what. I'm just a part-time Tempe resident but I feel like this must be a joke.


Ledger's Joker makes 'Dark Knight' shine

Warner Bros./MCT

Some time ago when I first heard that writer and director Christopher Nolan handpicked Heath Ledger to play The Joker in the Batman sequel, "The Dark Knight", I thought, "What?  That doesn't make any sense."


The history of Batman movies

With the cineplexes jam-packed with anxious moviegoers to catch the latest and best Batman movie, "The Dark Knight," (5 out of 5 pitchforks) let's take a couple minutes to stroll down memory lane and look at past Batman efforts from the best to worst.


'Mamma Mia!' ridiculous in a good way
As someone with a penchant for movie musicals, I'll admit that I'm not the most critical critic in the world, especially when there are show tunes involved.


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