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Crow hungry for NAU meal plan

Anna Roe
Chelsea Gross, pre-dance freshman, uses her Sun Card at the Union Market in the Memorial Union. Gross said she hasnít used her Sun Card much, but it is easy so far.
ASU President Michael Crow said Friday that ASU is considering requiring future freshmen living in residence halls to purchase meal plans.

Crow explained his intentions during the meeting of the Arizona Board of Regents at NAU, while the regents considered NAU President John Haeger's proposal of mandatory meal plans at his school.

Kinder's rebounds from citations

Kinder's found itself on the other side of the grill this summer when Maricopa County Environmental Services conducted a routine health inspection.

The barbecue restaurant, at 130 E. University Ave., frequented by ASU students was cited with 14 health code violations on a June 25 inspection.

ASU, UA align to build joint medical school

The Arizona Board of Regents gave ASU and UA its blessing on Friday to make preliminary plans for a joint medical school in downtown Phoenix.

The regents unanimously approved the rival school's "Memorandum of Understanding," a pact between ASU and UA. The memorandum assigns each university big roles in conducting biomedical research at the facility.

Regents start Phase I of university redesign

The Arizona Board of Regents kicked off Phase I of a study Friday to drastically redesign the state's university system.

ABOR projects an increase in population growth over the next couple decades, tremendous growth that ABOR says the current system is not prepared to handle.

Offense storms through 'D' in scrimmage

Aldei Gregorie
ASU junior tailback Hakim Hill rushes for one of his seven carries during Fridayís scrimmage game at Camp Tontozona.
Thunder may have been rocking the sky overhead, but the main thing booming on the field at Camp Tontozona on Friday was the play of the ASU football team's offense.

The Sun Devils wrapped up the last of 10 days practicing among the pines of the Tonto National Forest with their annual camp-closing scrimmage. Despite rainy conditions, ASU's offense clearly got the last laugh -- and pulled out a few tricks in the process -- before the team headed back to the Valley.

Buck tastes culture, pro life on Team USA

ASU junior right fielder Travis Buck didn't spend his summer lounging on the beach or sightseeing with friends.

He brought home the gold.

A catalyst on the U.S. national baseball team, Buck batted .412 and drove in 14 runs this summer, helping the Americans capture the gold medal at the World University Games in Taiwan.
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