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Dean weighs impact of honors college fee


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Aldei Gregoire / THE STATE PRESS
Economics freshman Taylor Spears, 19, right, and biology sophomore Justin Manganiello, 19, listen to the dean of the honors college talk about a proposed fee for honors students on Tuesday in the Agriculture Building.
Barrett Honors College students may have a $1,000 bill to pay next semester in addition to tuition.

The fee, which was part of ASU President Michael Crow's tuition proposal to the Arizona Board of Regents, came as a shock to Honors Dean Mark Jacobs.

Thieves target Jeep Cherokees at ASU

Jeep Cherokees were the vehicles reported most often stolen on ASU campuses in 2004, according to preliminary statistics released by the ASU Department of Public Safety.

The Dodge Neon occupied the No. 1 spot on Tempe's most stolen vehicle list and tied for second with the Acura Integra on a list compiled from the preliminary DPS numbers.

Pin-ups on display at local gallery

An all-girl rock band and belly dancers greeted more than 300 guests to the "Lady Luck Pin-Up Art Exhibit" as it opened Saturday at the reZurrection Gallery in Tempe. The gallery, located on University Drive and Roosevelt Street, is showing the exhibit until March 10.

The exhibit focuses on "pin-up" style art, which is full of cars, aces, crossbones, flames, eight balls, dice, spades, and above all else, girls -- especially of the scantily clad variety.
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Don't turn off the lights


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ASU junior guard Tyrone Jackson guards Oregon State junior forward Nick DeWitz in
the 73-71 win at Wells Fargo Arena on Thursday.

On the brink of a late-season collapse, the ASU men's basketball team needed a win to stay off life support. It found just that Thursday night.

Buoyed by a strong first half and another solid performance from junior forward Ike Diogu, ASU held off Oregon State 75-73 before 6,430 at Wells Fargo Arena.
M HOOPS

Krueger catches fire in win

Slump? What slump? Sophomore swingman Bryson Krueger doesn't know anything about a slump.

Rediscovering his shooting touch at the most opportune time, Krueger provided the ASU men's basketball team with the cushion it needed Thursday against Oregon State in one of his most efficient outings of the season.
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More than a number


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ON THE COVER
The sweat slowly trickles from 19-year-old Courtney Gagle's forehead. Her heart is racing and her breathing is strained. She thinks about stopping, but she knows she shouldn't.

Gagle thinks to herself about how thrilled she is to be at the happiest place on earth as she walks through Disneyland in California. She trudges on for a few more feet until she realizes that no amount of excitement is enough to make her get to the next ride. She spots a bench, walks over and collapses as if she just ran a marathon at a record-breaking pace.
POP CULTURE

Welcome to Wal-Mart

To walk into Wal-Mart is to enter a world of endless noise, masses of merchandise stuffed on every available surface and a smiling old man saying, "Welcome to Wal-Mart."

The nation's largest retailer, known for its low, low prices, yellow smiley face icons and tendency to put the little guy out of business is tough to take, even in small doses. But just imagine working there.
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