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ASU lacking 1,000 student vaccination records


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Aldei Gregoire / THE STATE PRESS

ASU Academic Senate President Barb Kerr heard member comments regarding immunization records during a meeting Monday at ASU East.
ASU does not have measles immunization records for 1,000 students attending the Tempe campus, University officials told the Academic Senate Monday.

The senate met at ASU East to discuss several issues including academic integrity and the abscence of the immunization records. The University posted fliers on campus over the weekend to warn students of a measles case reported at ASU Main.

Crow planning next tuition hike

Tuition talks have already begun, and ASU President Michael Crow said he wouldn't ask for more than a 10 percent increase, which would mean an additional $406 to current tuition for in-state students.

University tuition has increased by 73 percent since 2000, but Crow says it will remain in the bottom one-third of the nation's universities.

Tempe pizza out, New York pizza in

Mama's Pizzeria, a long-time restaurant on University Drive, has closed after more than 15 years, and will be replaced by an East Coast-style restaurant in February.

Although the grand opening date for Lorenzo's Pizza, Pasta and Cafe has not been announced, owners expect to open the first weekend in February.
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Family problems aside, Moore refocuses for final stretch


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Sarah Regnier / THE STATE PRESS

Senior guard Steve Moore, left, shows off his defensive skills against sophomore foward Wilfried Fameni during basketball practice Monday at Wells Fargo Arena.
He can shoot from the outside with ease. He's quick off the dribble. And he's a leader on and off the court.

However, one thing ASU senior guard Steve Moore is not is a player who has helped lead a team to the NCAA Tournament.
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Benford confirms interest in NMSU job

It's official. ASU men's basketball assistant Tony Benford confirmed Monday that he's interested in the head coaching position at New Mexico State.

"Definitely," Benford said when asked if he would consider replacing 73-year-old Lou Henson, who retired Saturday because of health reasons. "I'm from there, and I've always had a great affinity for the state of New Mexico.
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Down with Diesel


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To environmentalists, mass-producing alternative fuel would be the ideal way to save the world from ozone-clogging pollution.

To others, the concept is pie in the sky; a crackpot tree-hugger's false hope for utopia. But to one ASU professor, making alternative fuel work is a reality.
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Corporate coffee alternatives

Standing in line at the fifth Starbucks on the 3-mile drive to school or work. Like any coffee shop, there are plush chairs, laptops and hurried businessmen. Even though up-tempo pseudo-jazz music is being piped through the speakers, there is something missing from this posh, elite Mecca of the Macchiato.

Though Starbucks, Coffee Plantation, the Coffee Bean, Gloria Jeans and the like are all beloved institutions, the true coffee connoisseur would be doing himself or herself a real disservice by missing alternative Tempe gourmet roasters off the beaten path.
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