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Student volunteers give tours at museum
A fun, free and educational way for students and their friends to beat the August heat can be found right on campus. The ASU Art Museum on campus offers free tours through their galleries.

Lattie's Legacy: A look at Coor's 12 years at the helm
Lattie Coor didn't want the job. Now, thirteen years after accepting the ASU presidency, Coor will leave office and turn over the reigns to Michael Crow. As the 65-year-old Coor prepares to retire, many are singing his praise and calling him the "right president" for ASU over the past 12 years.

Huskers trounce Devils 48-10 in opener
Despite the 48-10 drubbing No. 10 Nebraska handed ASU in the Black Coaches Association Classic, the inexperienced Devils squad returned to Tempe all the more knowledgable.

Devils doomed by penalties, special teams blunders
ASU shot itself in the foot again and again en route to a season-opening loss at 10th-ranked Nebraska in the Black Coaches Association Classic.

Huskers' QB Lord shows moxie in first collegiate start
For someone who has seen limited action during the past two years while playing behind a Heisman Trophy winner, Jammal Lord looked impressive Saturday night.

Program for athletes sets game plan for achievement
Football academic development, a mandatory program for all newcomers, started Aug. 7 at Camp Tontozona. The program was invented since football players tend to be more "at-risk" to not achieve academic success than their counterparts in other sports.

ASU women's volleyball shines in preseason scrimmage
ASU head coach Patti Snyder-Park had more than enough to analyze throughout the scrimmage. She was particularly interested in how her young team was coming together.

Hoops notebook: Diogu turns heads this summer
Ike Diogu has yet to play in a game at the collegiate level, but that hasn't stopped him from garnering loads of attention for his recent accomplishments.

ASU students, faculty react to 'the video'
As students and faculty prepared for classes this past weekend, the main buzz on campus had less to do with school and more to do with "the video."

Tempe ranked among most livable US cities
Tempe ranked fourth as the best place to live and work in America, according to Employment Review, a human resource magazine.

Citizens vote on light rail plans
Residents voiced their concerns and asked questions pertaining to the route and design of the stations and cars for Tempe's proposed light rail project on Tuesday.

Honors dean steps down
Dean Ted Humphrey for the Barrett Honors College recently announced he will step down from his post next summer to hold a full-time teaching and research position.

MU additions offer more variety
With the addition of Einstein's Bagels and Cold Stone Creamery to the Memorial Union, there are more options for the ASU community.

Porn video perpetuates ASU's party image
President Michael Crow has shown concern that the movie may affect ASU's mission to shed its party image.

Arizona leads the way with online ballots
Arizona government caught the nation's attention when it took a chance and held the March 2000 Democratic primary online. Based upon the 72,000-voter response and the buzz that has lasted over two years, it has been deemed a success by various state officials.

Stadium site change hurts businesses
Tempe will no longer be considered a site for the Cardinal stadium when the Tourism and Sports Authority submits its proposal to the governor at the end of August.

ASU makes new connections to non-profit organizations
ASU's Community Service Programs said they want to get students more involved in their community this year by providing numerous easily available resources.

ASASU set to ask for Buck's resignation
According to an inside source, who asked to be unnamed, the Associated Students of ASU will ask for Executive Vice President Brian Buck's resignation tomorrow night.

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ASASU Executive VP in fraternity porno film
The executive vice president of the Associated Students of ASU, Brian Buck, participated in a porno film which was shot on campus during the Fall 2001 semester. Click here for a video clip.

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