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Tempe homeowners not anti-student


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Aldei Gregoire / THE STATE PRESS

Darlene Justus, 60, president of the North Tempe Neighborhood Association, says the college students who rent the house pictured behind her let their lawn get overgrown. "They do not have time for lawn care," Justus said. "They are busy."
Despite statements made by City Council members, Tempe homeowners are concerned with bigger issues than having students as neighbors.

There are 72 registered neighborhood associations in Tempe, and residents participate in them to increase citizen involvement and influence with local government.

'Pro-Crow' rally storms across MU, campus

"Crazed Michael Crow supporters" from The Farce Side comedy club marched across campus Wednesday to poke fun at the University's president and raise awareness for their club.

"I want to pop out a Crow junior," screamed Kim Beverett, theatre senior and Farce Side writing director, as she stomped down Cady Mall.

ASU grad lands U.N. internship

An ASU graduate student is working with the United Nations to implement the Kyoto Protocol, an international treaty to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Tracy Johns, a master's student in biology, said she pursued the internship in Bonn, Germany, with the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change because she is interested in international science policy. The internship will allow her to conduct her own research.
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SPORTS

Devils prepare for strong finish


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Junior forward Amy Denson, left, fights for a rebound with senior center Danielle Adefeso in a
56-49 loss to UA last month at McKale Center.
Call it premature, but ASU women's basketball coach Charli Turner Thorne insists her team has reached the homestretch.

The Sun Devils hope to take another step in the right direction -- with help from starving students and the state's highest official. Gov. Janet Napolitano will serve as a guest coach and the first 100 students will receive a personal pan pizza tonight when ASU hosts USC at Wells Fargo Arena.
M HOOPS

Heading down the home stretch

Hollywood is a place that can make or break dreams.

The script figures to play out this week when the ASU men's basketball team travels to the Los Angeles schools.

Act 1 starts tonight against UCLA.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Thrill sex


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ON THE COVER
It's a quiet night in a Chicago diner.

A cook and a waitress don't have much work, so they head to the storeroom, which is brimming with boxes packed with ketchup, coffee beans and maple syrup.

The cook looks around before he puts his hand in the waitress' white, button-up blouse. After a few seconds, he gets a bit nervous.
POP CULTURE

Liquor minus liquid

Your head throbs rhythmically and stomach pains churn like you've just eaten three Taco Bell bean burritos. One look at the rays of sun that slice through the blinds sends you diving under the covers with a sudden desire to vomit.

For some college students, these symptoms are all too familiar after an intense night of drinking, making hangover prevention and cures a hot topic.
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