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Recruiting, athlete policy to change


Saul Loeb
Saul Loeb/ARIZONA DAILY WILDCAT

ASU Athletic Director Gene Smith, right, watches the Arizona Board of Regents meeting at UA on Thursday.
TUCSON -- Sun Devil Recruiters may be gone from ASU, but ASU officials aren't done with recruiting reforms just yet.

ASU President Michael Crow and other university presidents have until Dec. 1 to sign and submit to the NCAA a policy for recruiting athletes, said Sandy Hatfield-Clubb, ASU senior associate athletics director.

Martial art provides exercise alternative

Acting drunk on Mill Avenue or like a monkey in the Student Recreation Complex would likely land a student in jail.

But for ASU students studying at the Chinese Shao-lin Center at the northwest corner of Apache Boulevard and Dorsey Lane, it is training for forms of a martial art more than 1,500 years old.
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Men's hoops to face Jackson State


Lisa Olson
Lisa Olson/THE STATE PRESS

ASU forward Serge Angounou drives toward the basket during the Sun Devils victory over the EA Sports All-Stars on Tuesday night at Wells Fargo Arena.
This isn't Alberta-Edmonton. It's not the EA Sports All-Stars. This one is for real.

The start of the regular season has finally arrived for the ASU men's basketball team, as they open play Sunday afternoon against Jackson State in the first round of the Las Vegas Invitational at Wells Fargo Arena.
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ASU women open home schedule on patriotic evening

You hate to call it a gimme.

But considering the rest of the ASU women's basketball team's non-conference schedule, the Sun Devils' home opener against San Diego on Saturday appears to be the closest thing to a sure win.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Feeling their way


Amanda Lee Myers
Bloomgren sits on a fountain outside the Memorial Union.
(PHOTO BY AMANDA LEE MYERS/STATE PRESS MAGAZINE)

Ben Bloomgren is tired of people trying to be politically correct about his disability. "I'm not 'visually impaired;' I'm blind," says Bloomgren while seated on his bed in his dorm room. "Just call a spade, a spade." Bloomgren, 22, is one of 42 students on ASU's main campus who are legally blind.
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Your world

With the election two weeks in the past, political pundits have hung up their hats and band-wagoners have hopped along to find their next cause. All the while, social struggles working for justice continue. During the Oct. 13 debate at ASU, students picked up signs at their respective tables and chanted their respective chants, and that was the extent of popular political dialogue.
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Sleeping in

Lucid dreaming, the art and the science of becoming conscious within a dream, is so realistic that it is difficult to discern from waking life. Some people lucid dream naturally and understand the freedom, and exhilaration that a dream like this entails. Most people, though, have never experienced a lucid dream.
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