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ASU cracks down on mall traffic

UPS is trying to avoid the hot seat with ASU over its on-campus driving habits.

UPS and two other companies have had ongoing problems with trucks driving on ASU's pedestrian malls without permission, said Paul Ward, vice president for University administration and general counsel.

"In the past, delivery trucks have utilized the Cady Mall sidewalk as a means to access the buildings on the mall," Ward said. "What ASU has done is prohibit these vehicles on that mall."

SRC warning removed

After nearly a month of being on alert for "suspicious behavior" in the men's locker room of the Student Recreation Complex, management decided Monday to remove fliers posted urging patrons to report loiterers.

The 8-by-11-inch signs, posted in early November throughout the men's locker room, asked male students to keep an eye out for "suspicious behavior."
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Basketball looks to outdo Owls


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ASU junior forward Ike Diogu passes to sophomore guard Bryson Krueger during a game against Delaware State Nov. 23. The Sun Devils take on Temple tonight in Philadelphia.
After winning at home and on a neutral court, the ASU men's basketball team (3-1) looks to earn a road victory as it heads to Philadelphia to take on the Temple Owls (1-2) tonight at the Liacouras Center.

The two teams met last year at America West Arena on Dec. 9, with the Sun Devils winning 70-66. Junior forward Ike Diogu led the Sun Devils in last year's meeting, scoring 23 points.
VOLLEYBALL

ASU volleyball hit with three losses in two days

The ASU volleyball team lost six games in a row to Stanford and California to end its season on a three-match losing streak.

And that wasn't the worst news of the weekend.

Senior outside hitter Natalie Harris, who sat out the year with a knee injury, told coach Brad Saindon on Friday that she would not be coming back to play next season, although she could have been granted one more year of eligibility. Harris cited the risk of long-term injury as well as wanting to move on with her career plans for interior design as two of the main factors in her decision.
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