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ASU holds Tillman memorial

Arizona governor Janet Napolitano speaks to the audience at Saturday´s memorial. Napolitano said she will present Tillman´s family with a state flag from the Capitol.
Sun Devil Stadium had served as the place where Pat Tillman etched many memories in minds of ASU football and Arizona Cardinals fans.

On Saturday, the venue appropriately served as a place for many to remember Tillman's sacrifice -- turning down a multi-million dollar contract with the Cardinals to serve for the Army Rangers. Tillman died on April 23 after his unit was ambushed in Afghanistan.

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Job outlook better for ASU grads

For the first time in two years, new ASU graduates should be optimistic when looking for employment in Arizona, according to local economists.

"About 50,000 jobs have been created in Arizona in the past 12 months," said Lee McPheters, associate dean of the W. P. Carey School of Business. "Even though we're growing at a 2 percent rate, that's better than other states."

Walter: Glad to stay a Sun Devil

Junior ASU quarterback Andrew Walter talks to reporters on Sept. 2, 2003 before practice.
Instead of living on a student's budget, he would have at least over $2 million in his bank account right now. He also wouldn't supposedly be risking an injury and walking away from a sure thing. But then again, he would have to leave the school where his parents met and the team he watched as a kid on a very sour note. And then there was that possibility of earning a check up to seven times more than the one he left on the table.

Baseball returns home, will face Aggies tonight

After the team's first weekend off in nearly three months, the ASU baseball team welcomes New Mexico State to Tempe tonight. The two-game set against the Aggies is the Sun Devils' first home game in two weeks after eight straight road games that saw the Sun Devils go 6-2, with two wins coming against No.

Minibosses press start on awesome video game rock

The Minibosses power up at a recent show at the Argo, their practice/performance space in south Phoenix. Featured are guitarist Fred Johnson and drummer Matt Wood. (Courtesy of The Minibosses)
We are the Nintendo Nation. Vidiots... Gameheads... NES nerds, call us what you will, but we are a singular group. We didn't need 64-bit graphics or CD-quality sound to get our geek on. We were content with the pixilated protagonists and simplistic scrolling that came with any 8-bit cart.

'On My Way' shows Ben Kweller on his way

Leaping into the middle of the crowd of students in the basement of the Memorial Union on Friday April 30, Ben Kweller began his Hoodlums sponsored, mini-performance with guitar in hand, characteristic Texan cowboy boots, and soft, folksy tunes to keep the listeners entertained for the half hour set.
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