Ke$sha, James Harden and ZZ Top: all are infinitely different, yet all share a common thread. The first seems to have a minor obsession, the second’s is perfectly sculpted and the third lets it all hang loose. That’s right; the common thread between the three tickles lips and flows in the wind: the beard.
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Kenny Muhammad doesn’t bother with handshakes. Instead he holds on tight, feeling the energy being released in the form of heat. The serene silence of spiritual communication doesn’t last long, though, as it is interrupted by the telephonic ringing of his next opportunity.
Imagine green rolling hills, romantic castles and blaring bagpipes. It isn’t too long before Ireland comes to mind. But what about desert sand, big blue open sky and a couple of cacti? Yeah, it’s Arizona, but Arizona is Irish too.
Spring break is (thankfully) fast approaching. As college students, there is rarely money lying around to burn, so that means all trips have to be on the cheaper side. There are always the usual trips to Mexico, or the crazy party scene at Lake Havasu, but here are some alternative options that will still bring the fun and keep the budget relatively low.
Anyone who has cable and a little free time – or a debilitating procrastination problem like me – knows about the food fad that has become our society’s obsession. While I usually like to enjoy every delicious bite of every succulent meal I consume, my interest was sparked by the food challenge mania.
The state of Arizona has a big feat to conquer today: blowing out 100 flickering flames on its birthday cake.
Stands full of cheering fans; the scent of hard work; shaking hands nervously performing every move.
Arizona State Sen. Kyrsten Sinema recently resigned to try her hand in Washington, hoping to win a seat in the House of Representatives. Is it a big feat? Sure. But this 35-year-old is no stranger to hard work and hanging on tight through the twists and turns life has given her.
The 2008 presidential election was undoubtedly historic. America elected its first African-American president, and a woman got close enough to the White House to cause the nation to think, “What if?”
ASU’s Residential Dining has a new club and goal. The Green Plate Club has recently started up and fliers stating its purpose can be seen displayed in dining halls throughout campus.
The Metro Light Rail is no doubt an asset to the greater Phoenix community, but with rising gas prices there is also no denying that it is in need of some serious TLC.
The time has come for midterms, endless nights in the library, mass amounts of caffeine, and the overwhelming stress about grades. Unfortunately, this constant stressing over grades doesn’t begin while studying for the tests and it doesn’t end when the scores are posted.
Identity theft: Does it only affect the wealthy of this country? From recent personal experience, I would say no.
Before President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address to the nation on Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2011, the most anticipated topic was undoubtedly the economy. The president focused on plans to get the country back on track and keep us competitive with other powerful nations.
We live in a country that has seen its share of tragedies. Whether it is a natural disaster, terrorist attack or failing economy, our country is used to pulling itself up by its bootstraps. We are rugged individuals and continue on with life through both good times and bad.