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ASU Quidditch off to the world cup – The State Press

This weekend, 20 ASU students will travel to Randall’s Island, New York City to compete in the fifth annual Quidditch World Cup, a 100-team, 2,000-athlete affair put on by the sport’s governing body, the International Quidditch Association.
This i…

Tempe, ASU in talks to build intramural fields – The State Press

More intramural fields may be in store for ASU as the City of Tempe negotiates plans to build a shared-use field facility on the north side of West Rio Salado Parkway.
“ASU has a need to relocate some of their intramural fields and sports fields on …

Baker-Slama a lucky find for cross-country – The State Press

Three years ago, Garrett Baker-Slama was playing high school soccer and cross-country was just an afterthought.
Today Baker-Slama is running varsity cross-country for ASU as a redshirt freshman. If this shift in sports seems sudden, it is — even in …

Student life extends beyond the classroom – The State Press

ANCIENT HISTORY: The Heard Museum in downtown Phoenix is home to a huge collection of American Indian historical artifacts and art. (Photo by Lisa Bartoli)

Coming to a university as big as ASU can be intimidating. Knowing where to go to have a good …

Soccer will start ASU sports calendar Friday – The State Press

OPENING NIGHT: ASU senior defender Kari Shane launches a ball downfield during a Saturday exhibition game against Boise State University. The Sun Devils open the 2011 campaign at home against NAU on Friday. (Courtesy of Steve Rodriguez)

The start of…

ASU Art Museum hosts Family Fun Day

Posted: Tuesday, July 5, 2011 9:27 pm | Updated: 5:29 pm, Tue Jul 5, 2011.
If the last time you visited ASU Art Museum was as an undergrad, you ought to go back — with your kids.
ASU Art Museum Family Fun Day has built a reputation over the years as…

An early look at the 2011 football season – The State Press

No competition: ASU junior Brock Osweiler looks for a receiver last season against UCLA on Nov. 26. After strong performances against the Bruins and UA, Osweiler is the undisputed starter heading into the new season. (Photo by Aaron Lavinsky)


Man suspected of public indecency near ASU

Posted: Saturday, April 30, 2011 9:28 pm | Updated: 8:14 am, Sun May 1, 2011.
Tempe police announced Saturday night they have arrested a registered sex offender in a case they say is similar to recent public indecency incidents around the apartment co…

Water polo faces daunting task in Stanford – The State Press

Tall Task: ASU senior Sarah Harris reaches back for a pass during a practice in late February in Tempe. The Sun Devils face off against the nation’s top team, Stanford, to kick off the MPSF Championships. (Photo by Sierra Smith)

The ASU water polo…