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Students, Tempe work toward partnership


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Shaina Levee / THE STATE PRESS

Assistant Government Relation’s Director to the Undergraduate Student Government and city of Tempe liaison David Werner said he would like to recruit more ASU students to be directly involved with the city of Tempe on Thursday at the ASASU offices.
ASU students may soon have more of a voice in city government.

The Undergraduate Student Government and Graduate & Professional Student Association have been working with the city of Tempe to increase student involvement on city boards and commissions.

Freshmen unlikely to heed early warning for grades

Freshmen who are notified that they are failing their classes are usually slow to do much about it, University reports show.

The University informed nearly 3,000 students last semester that their class performances were suffering mid-semester, but most freshmen failed to react.

ASU performance gives classic play modern twist

A modernized interpretation of the classic love story "Romeo and Juliet" is showing at ASU's Lyceum Theatre. It is set on a college campus, complete with nudity and plenty of bloodshed. The play starts Friday and will run through Feb. 27. Tonight's show is sold out.

Fin-Aid bill passes first test

A bill proposed to increase funding for financial aid won a small victory Wednesday, passing the state's Senate Committee of Higher Education. Senate Bill 1487, if passed in the state Legislature, would create an influx of funds for the Arizona Financial Aid Trust.
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Governor remains undefeated


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Aldei Gregoire / THE STATE PRESS

Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano was a guest coach at Thursday’s women’s basketball game against USC at Wells Fargo Arena. See story, page 7.
ASU might have a new lucky charm.

For the second straight year, Gov. Janet Napolitano has led the Sun Devils to a victory, making her 2-0 as a guest coach for the women's basketball team.

Napolitano is 5-2 all time as a guest coach with the three Arizona universities.
M HOOPS

Devils get balled in L.A.

LOS ANGELES -- Five weeks ago, the NCAA Tournament seemed like a distinct possibility for the ASU men's basketball team.

After Thursday, just making the Pac-10 Tournament might be a challenge.

Blindsided like a car whizzing through a red light, ASU watched its NCAA Tournament hopes take another blow in a 95-76 loss to UCLA before 7,227 at Pauley Pavilion.
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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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