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New later last call law brings cheers, jeers


David Lukens
Late this summer on Aug. 25, the last call bill will become Arizona state law permiting bars, like Dos Gringos, above, to serve alcohol until 2 a.m.
A controversial new law that promises a more spirited nightlife for Arizona could have a sobering effect on some Valley citizens.

The law will go into effect on Aug. 25, so bar-goers can expect to stay at their local watering hole later than usual. But it's not clear what the law's effects will be.

Plus/minus system finalized, ready for fall

Long-awaited by some and dreaded by others, the new plus/minus grading system will go into effect this fall after more than a decade of waiting and debate.

Plus/minus will undergo a three-year trial period, bioengineering professor and outgoing Academic Senate President Tony Garcia said. He urged every department on campus to keep track of its use of the system, so that ASU can "see if things change and see if it is working the way people think it should work."
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    Former Sun Devil punches ticket to Olympics

    After the third day of competition in the 2004 U.S. Track and Field Olympic Trials in Sacramento, Calif., former Sun Devil and 2000 Olympian Dwight Phillips earned a trip to Athens, Greece, after winning the men's long jump with a leap of 8.28 meters..
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