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ASU, interpreters reach deal


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During a meeting Wednesday evening, Ian Park, an interdisciplinary studies senior, expresses his appreciation and concern for ASU administrationís actions involving the issues deaf students have faced this semester.
ASU interpreters for the deaf were back in classes Tuesday after they walked out on their jobs Monday because of a wage dispute with the University.

A deal was reached Tuesday for a tentative 30-percent wage raise.

Lori Johnson, the most veteran interpreter with nine years experience, said she and her colleagues were contacted Monday by University administrators and were told an effort was being made to secure a 30-percent raise for the staff.

ASU research center could get Irish twist

President Michael Crow is exploring Ireland this week in the hopes of bringing some European concepts to a new ASU research facility.

Crow is touring The Digital Hub outside of Dublin, Ireland. Restaurants and retail businesses exist within the park, as well as living facilities, said ASU spokesman Virgil Renzulli.
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Experience finally on Devils' side


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ASU senior guard Lauren Stagg moves in to the hoop for a layup Nov. 8 at Wells Fargo Arena.
All sports teams want to peak at the right time, but that is something the ASU women's basketball team didn't know how to do the last two seasons.

There were wins over rival UA both years. There was an upset of national contender Stanford last season. The team was even one game out of first place in the Pac-10 with three regular-season contests remaining in March. But ASU fizzled.
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Devils win second straight exhibition

The EA Sports All-Stars only wish they could have hit the reset button against the ASU men's basketball team Tuesday night, as the Sun Devils outplayed and outworked them, resulting in a decisive 73-58 Sun Devil victory.

After looking out of sync at times in their exhibition opener, the Sun Devils were crisp offensively and took advantage of EA Sports' sloppy play, forcing them into 21 turnovers, 11 of which were steals.
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