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ASU group aids country brick by brick

An ASU group known for making blankets for Afghanis has turned to building huts.

Afghan Action, a subgroup of an ASU service group called University Career Women, launched a program called "Bricks for Afghanistan" on Thursday, said project leader Kay Pealstrom. The program runs through the end of October.

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Crow enjoys suprise party in the Dog House

ASU President Michael Crow celebrated his 49th birthday Thursday in the Dog House.

A "surprise luncheon" was held at Dave's Dog House, at 122 E. University Drive, in Crow's honor. Joyce Smitheran, the director of the office of the president, said she planned the surprise for Crow.

ASU tracks Mt. St. Helens' tremors

After watching hurricanes devastate the Florida coast for weeks, national focus turned to Washington, where Mount St. Helens once again coughed to life.

Since Friday, only earthquakes shook the mountain, punctuated by ash and steam explosions, but, according to one ASU geologist, "the big question is whether magma is coming to the surface."

ASU tracks Mt. St. Helens' tremors

After watching hurricanes devastate the Florida coast for weeks, national focus turned to Washington, where Mount St. Helens once again coughed to life.

Since Friday, only earthquakes shook the mountain, punctuated by ash and steam explosions, but, according to one ASU geologist, "the big question is whether magma is coming to the surface."

ASU tracks Mt. St. Helens' tremors

After watching hurricanes devastate the Florida coast for weeks, national focus turned to Washington, where Mount St. Helens once again coughed to life.

Since Friday, only earthquakes shook the mountain, punctuated by ash and steam explosions, but, according to one ASU geologist, "the big question is whether magma is coming to the surface."
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Soccer begins homestand tonight


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Adam Flath/THE STATE PRESS

ASU sophomore midfielder Katie Mahoney wards off San Diego State sophomore midfielder Amanda McKay on Oct. 1 at ASUís Soccer Stadium, ASU beat San Diego State 3-0.
The women's soccer squad opens Pac-10 play tonight, taking on the streaking Washington Huskies at Sun Devil Soccer Stadium and will continue its homestand Sunday afternoon facing conference competition from Washington State.

Both ASU and Washington enter the opener on different ends of the spectrum, with the Huskies winning nine of its last 10 and the Sun Devils coming up short four of the last five times they have taken the field.
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Karney still doing dirty work in NFL

ASU head coach Dirk Koetter said last year that fullbacks are a "dying breed" in college football.

Former Sun Devil Mike Karney is trying to prove him wrong.

"Everybody needs a guy that is unselfish and wants to go in there and do the dirty work," said Karney, who returned to Sun Devil Stadium on Sunday as the starting fullback for the New Orleans Saints.
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