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ASU hoping to add University College

New ASU students torn between majoring in golf management or astrophysics could find themselves enrolled in a new college when they first arrive on campus. University College, a proposed academic department at ASU's planned downtown Phoenix campus, could provide a home for new students with undeclared majors at all of ASU's campuses, said Gail Hackett, founding dean of the college.

Parade, residents honor veterans

More than 2,000 Valley residents turned Mill Avenue into a sea of red, white and blue Thursday morning, while many more people lined the street to honor veterans and remember troops currently serving in Iraq. According to parade committee member Pattie Carpenter, the parade has been held annually for about 30 years and features marching bands, Boy and Girl Scout troops, and various groups from around the Valley.
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Sun Devils to honor Tillman's life, career, jersey

On the emotional day when it was learned Army Ranger Pat Tillman had been killed in action and a giant memorial was being erected outside Sun Devil Stadium, teary-eyed members of ASU's athletic department didn't know exactly what to say. They did, however, announce the former ASU linebacker would have his number retired during the football team's final home game of the 2004 season.
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Men's basketball gets off to slow start but prevails

The ASU men's basketball team destroyed U of A on Thursday night -- the University of Alberta-Edmonton that is. After a slow start, the Sun Devils, behind a 26 point, seven rebound effort by junior Ike Diogu, closed out the Alberta-Edmonton Bears 93-47 in their first exhibition game of the season.
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'Sun Devil Idol' competition

Ever wonder how your classmates would stack up in an "American Idol" competition? An ASU enterprising club took a cue from the wildly popular reality show to answer that question. The Black Business Students Association whittled more than 30 hopefuls down to 12 to be able to compete Saturday in the "Sun Devil Idol" show.
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