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Hallman takes office as newest mayor of Tempe


David Lukens
Hugh Hallman takes oath as the new mayor of Tempe on Thursday at City Hall.
Tempe entered a new era Thursday with the inauguration of Mayor Hugh Hallman, the first new mayor the city has elected in 10 years.

Hallman, a former city councilman and local attorney, took over the city's top position from Neil Giuliano, a longtime civil servant and ASU employee.

Investigation into health center released

Despite outcries for action against alleged misuses of power, nothing much will change at the ASU Student Health and Wellness Center.

Destruction of old frats start

Demolition of ASU's "Old Row" fraternity houses started Wednesday as Theta Chi's house was reduced to rubble by bulldozers as part of an ASU administrative plan to direct frat members to Adelphi II student housing.
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Sun Devils continue to compete at Olympic Trials


Nathaniel Mata
Nick Brunelli, a senior last year on the ASU swim team, was one of many Sun Devils vying for a chance to compete in the Olympics. Brunelli earned an alternate spot on the U.S. Swim Team.
Current and former Sun Devil athletes continued to compete last week for the right to represent their country in the Olympic Games in Athens, Greece, Aug. 13-29.

Of Sun Devils competing for America, the most successful was swimmer Nick Brunelli, who earned an alternate spot on the U.S. Olympic team. Brunelli earned the distinction after placing third in the 50m freestyle event with a time of 22.39 seconds. He also placed 10th in the 100m freestyle with a time of 49.80.
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Briefs: Larkin back at ASU

ASU head wrestling coach Thom Ortiz announced last week that he has hired Eric Larkin, a former national champion and four-time All-American at ASU, as the team's newest assistant coach and will help wrestlers in the lower weight classes.
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Despite Smith's flair, 'I, Robot' proves to be a recycled flick

Will Smith is the man! No matter what role he is in, what he wears, says, or how he acts, he will always be the man! Everything he says seems to be at a level so cool and so fashionable, not even the most powerful people can do a mediocre imitation. Unfortunately, the movie "I, Robot," is not as cool as the man.
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