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Andrew Benson
A woman working on Apache at night. (PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY ANDREW BENSON/STATE PRESS MAGAZINE)
Tempe police officer Adrianne Schmidlin flips open a navy blue binder in her patrol car, revealing several pages of Polaroid pictures. She points to one of the pages of plastic-covered photos. These are the women she'll be keeping an eye out for tonight while she cruises Apache Boulevard.

Family mourns East Campus student's death

An ASU East graduate student died Friday morning from complications of a heart attack and lung failure. Michelle Swenson, 38, was set to receive a masters of science degree in information technology in May. "Michelle loved the people at ASU; the school had given her so much direction and knowledge, as well as a chance to grow and develop," said Swenson's mother Lynn Cochran.

ASU makes room for Mormon institute

ASU officials decided to relocate a psychology research center as a proposed Church of Latter-day Saints development was encroaching upon its existing space. The City of Tempe Design Review Board approved the church's plans to construct a new Institute of Religion Wednesday night.

Protesters mime abuse scandal

Wearing nothing but their underwear and torn shorts, five ASU students protested Wednesday in front of the Memorial Union the treatment of prisoners in Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison facility. Three of the five students silently stood with black cloths over their heads and their hands tied behind their backs.
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Iowa QB proves that size doesn't matter


Photo courtesy of Paul Montague/ University of Iowa Media Relations

University of Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz will be watchful of his sophomore quarterback Drew Tate as they head to Tempe this weekend. Tate has suffered from severe dehydration and cramps for two consecutive weeks.
Touted as a quarterback guru, ASU head coach Dirk Koetter said this week that Iowa playmaker Drew Tate is 5-foot-7. He should have known better. The crafty Tate looks at least 5-foot-10, he's listed in Iowa's media guide as an even 6-foot, and he has shown the ability to make plays like his towering predecessor, 6-foot-7 gunslinger Nathan Chandler.
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Haute


Amanda Myers
A man sleeps outside the fashion week tents
(PHOTO BY AMANDA LEE MYERS/STATE PRESS MAGAZINE)
New York City. Super models. Serena Williams. It doesn't get any cooler than this. Olympus Fashion Week, which began Sept. 8 and ended Wednesday, is inarguably one of the most thrilling events in New York. Each year, it features the hottest designers from Vera Wang to Ralph Lauren and attracts celebrities like Jennifer Lopez and Serena Williams.
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