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Call boxes make crime feel blue


David Lukens
Since their inception in 1983 more than 230 “blue box” emergency call boxes are now located throughout the ASU campus with four or five more constructed every year.
Despite spending nearly $500,000 over the past 20 years installing emergency call boxes on campus, University administrators have no idea how many times the boxes are used or how effective they are.

The ASU police department, which installs and monitors more than 230 so-called "blue boxes" on campus, says the boxes are there for students to use in case of emergency. A student can pick up a phone and it rings directly to the department, which sends someone to check out the situation.

West campus proposes alternative to ABOR plan

West Valley advocates are banding together to support an alternative to an Arizona Board of Regents' proposal some claim would transform ASU West from a research university to a "second-class institution."

MEChA de ASU West, a Latino student organization, presented a plan June 15 that would reorganize the university system while giving ASU West control over its own destiny.
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Stiller, Vaughn shine in humorous

If you enjoy movies that aren't too thought provoking, then "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story" is for you. The movie follows the story of Peter La Fleur (Vince Vaughn), the inept owner of Average Joe's Gymnasium. When the gym goes under, La Fleur and his ragtag team of gym-goers must find a way to save it from the hands of the narcissistic White Goodman (Ben Stiller), owner of Globo Gym.
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