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ASU Decision Theater nets $3 million donation

ASU officials announced Friday that an Arizona businessman has made yet another multimillion-dollar donation to the University.

Ira A. Fulton, CEO of Fulton Homes, Inc., donated $3 million to ASU's Decision Theater for the New Arizona, said ASU spokeswoman Nancy Neff.

Local businesses eat profit loss for tomato troubles

Restaurant owners on and around campus are facing short-term profit losses due to the rising cost of tomatoes and other crops because of recent storms on the West and East coasts.

Hurricanes in Florida and the onset of heavy rain in California in mid-October have been a double threat to tomatoes, citrus and other crops typically grown in those regions, said Jim Nowlin, assistant director of Arizona Department of Agriculture.
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Another comeback, record for Walter


Matt Hinshaw
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ASU wide receiver Matt Miller celebrates after catching the game-winning touchdown against Stanford on Saturday night on the Sun Devils’ final play of the game.
Alex Smith's go-ahead, 67-yard touchdown reception with two minutes remaining wasn't a backbreaker for the ASU football team. It was a wake-up call.

After the Stanford tight end broke a tackle, sprinted and then walked across the goal line, the Sun Devils' offense put together its prettiest drive of the day -- an 80-yard effort masterminded by the Pac-10's comeback artist of the 21st century, senior quarterback Andrew Walter.
FOOTBALL

Burgess carries the load, gains 186 yards

Before the season began, the ASU football team touted the use of a three-headed running back as its main method of moving the ball on the ground.

Nine games into the season, that running back is down to one head, and it isn't one of the original three.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Scary Secrets


Amanda Lee Myers
Emily,* a 22-year-old journalism senior, is a typical college student. Well spoken, pretty and polite, she looks and sounds like any number of girls you'd see on campus. She enjoys going to Dos Gringos, listening to live music and seeing concerts and spending time with her friends.
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Chastity Belt

Joshua Sazdanoff, 19, has never had sex. And he doesn't plan to until his wedding night. Sazdanoff, a kinesiology sophomore, says at age 13 he became a born-again Christian and set the Bible as his truth. According to his beliefs, he mist "keep the marriage bed pure," which means waiting until marriage to have sex.
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