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ASU official found stabbed to death in home

A top ASU official was found dead in his home Monday after being stabbed multiple times, according to Phoenix police.

John Babb, 56, an assistant vice provost of information technology at ASU, was found dead and wrapped in a blanket by a coworker and close friend that morning, said Tony Morales, a Phoenix police spokesman.

Crow dedicates Biodesign building

ASU President Michael Crow joined other University officials in dedicating a building that will house the Biodesign Institute at ASU on Tuesday morning.

The new facility, located near the intersection of McAllister Avenue and Orange Street, will house biotechnology and bioengineering research operations at ASU.

City still waiting for 2 a.m. last call impact

The only people experiencing more headaches from the extra hour of alcohol sales might be the bar patrons themselves.

Both Tempe police and some local bar managers said they have not seen an increase in drinking-related problems since the state's last call was extended to 2 a.m.
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Devils win sloppy game against Highlanders

Maybe an eight-day break for final exams will give the ASU men's basketball team enough time to solve the zone.

Nah, probably not. Some things will never change.

The error-prone Sun Devils again struggled against the zone Sunday, but found a way to win a game they could not afford to lose, beating UC Riverside 75-59 before 7,033 at Wells Fargo Arena.
FOOTBALL

Walter ends storied career on sour note

Andrew Walter considered the possibility of getting injured after deciding to stay at ASU for his senior season, and not bolting for the NFL.

"Landing on my shoulder and not being able to throw or something; that would be the worst case scenario," he said. "I probably wouldn't be drafted as high, but hopefully after some surgery and a whole mess of rehab, I would be able to give it a go."
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Path of Progression


Andrew Benson
Passionate independent business owners committed to maintaining the vitality of Tempe have opened their doors and cleared their walls for the Tempe Final Friday Artwalk. Final Friday is a trip to the independent side of Tempe -- an escape from the corporate megaplex of Mill Avenue.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Pack it in, pack it out

Sleeping on the ground, going without a shower for days and cooking meals with mice scurrying around the ingredients are just a few perks that go along with camping. Add in Leave No Trace ethics to the experience, and you've got a full-blown nature lover's paradise.
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Fresh sounds

Butch Walker Self-deprecating rocker Location: Georgia Butch Walker loved heavy metal in his youth. He played in bands, but as he grew older so did his tastes. He then founded punk-influenced pop band Marvelous 3. That band had one huge single, "Freak of the Week," and then broke up.
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