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Regents' tuition hike decision looms

The Arizona Board of Regents is expected to set next year's tuition Thursday.

If the regents set tuition consistent with ASU President Michael Crow's proposed 8.5 percent increase across the board for current ASU students, it would be the third consecutive year in which the regents have met or exceeded Crow's tuition proposal.

ASU porn computing policies unlikely to change

Despite two reported incidents of people viewing sexual images of children at ASU libraries in February, no changes are planned for the libraries' computing policies.

A female student reported to the ASU Department of Public Safety on Feb. 23 that a 22-year-old Phoenix man was viewing child pornography in Fletcher Library on the West campus.

Housing, finances focus of ASU meeting with city

ASU administrators and Tempe City Council and staff discussed financial and tactical issues regarding development in a special joint meeting Monday.

Tempe Mayor Hugh Hallman said the city has addressed issues concerning ASU through its council committees. Hallman said an issue of particular importance to Tempe residents was dealing with rental housing.
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SPORTS

Athletic director search gears up

Names of possible successors to Athletic Director Gene Smith already are swirling.

ASU officials have not commented on rumors about candidates to replace Smith, who accepted the athletic director job at Ohio State on Saturday.
SOFTBALL

Knabe excels behind the plate

Most successful teams have a solid catcher to hold things together behind the plate, and ASU has been no exception this year.

Sophomore Heidi Knabe has been that staple for Sun Devils this season.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

'Vagina' helps fight domestic violence


Sarah Regnier
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Actresses perform "The Little Coochie Snorcher That Could" during "The Vagina Monologues" in Neeb Hall on Sunday afternoon.
It's time to talk about vaginas.

Twenty-six ASU women were part of "The Vagina Monologues," based on the play written by Eve Ensler, that ran March 5 and 6 in Neeb Hall. The Saturday show sold out, and there were only a few empty seats left at the Sunday shows.

Jewel Kling, co-director and ASU alumnae, said, "There's some type of shock value. It's [vagina] such a strong word and something you don't say."
MOVIES

Review: 'Thai Warrior' beats Jackie Chan flicks

Seeing "Ong-Bak: Thai Warrior" was like I died and went to Muay Thai Heaven, if there is such a place.

Director Prachya Pinkaew really knows how to keep the action coming. This film is packed with action from the first few minutes through the end. With "Fight Club"-esque scenes to a car chase between three-wheeled taxis, "Ong-Bak" delivers an exciting film with a somewhat decent storyline.
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