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Healthy twist added to dorm lifestyle


Adam Flath
An ASU bookstore is one of the new features that accompanies The Hub that recently opened up in Palo Verde East dorm. Adam Flath/STATE PRESS
For some of this fall's residential freshmen, binge drinking and throwing things from balconies are out; community education programs and single-sex dorm floors are in.

Students who subscribe to that philosophy could find that a new Healthy Living Community inside ASU's Mariposa Hall is just what the doctor ordered.

Fresh faces flock to ASU

Ninety plus 7,126 equals the largest freshman class at ASU.

Ever.

Freshmen enrollment is at an all-time high, topping last year's record-breaking high of 7,126 freshmen by 90 students.

Tim Desch, dean of Undergraduate Admissions, said that while the class is slightly larger, he is pleased with the enrollment levels, which he was hoping would stay about the same as last year.
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Williams adjusts to life on the outside


Matt Hinshaw
Junior linebacker Jamar Williams runs through drills Aug. 26 at the practice fields. Williams will play a new position this season as a ‘Devil’ linebacker. (Matt Hinshaw/THE STATE PRESS)
A heavy suspension from the NCAA has changed the face of the ASU football team's defense -- and some say it may be for the better.

During the summer, junior Matt Fawley -- who was to play the new "Devil" linebacker in the Sun Devils' revamped 4-3 defense -- was suspended for the season after testing positive for a banned substance. Now, junior Jamar Williams, a much different player than Fawley, is set to take over the position.
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Sun Devil athletes are drug tested by NCAA, ASU

Performance-enhancing drugs have dominated the news in the world of sports, greatly affecting the Olympics and Major League Baseball.

Over the summer, similar news also had an effect on the ASU football team as one of its own -- junior linebacker Matt Fawley -- was likely suspended for the season after a positive test. However, drug testing is nothing new to the football team, or any other Sun Devil athlete.
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