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ASU worker arrested in sting

A 29-year-old ASU employee was arrested Thursday evening at a Phoenix park on charges of public sexual indecency.

Jesse Beltran, a senior office specialist in Purchasing and Business Services, was arrested in the western portion of Papago Park, located northeast of Priest Drive and Van Buren Street in Phoenix, after he allegedly grabbed the clothed genitals of a male undercover detective in a public area within the park.

Former VP considers run for Tempe City Council

A young face may represent students on the Tempe City Council after the 2006 election.

ASU political science senior and former Undergraduate Student Government Vice President Kevin Bondelli is considering running for City Council.

Light rail begins in north Tempe

Valley Metro Light Rail and city officials addressed light rail construction in an area north of ASU Tuesday, which will affect several businesses in the area.

Initial construction on line segment four of light rail began Monday along East Washington Street, affecting businesses in Tempe and Phoenix, including the Salt River Project.

More ASU students choosing to pursue double majors

Interest in double majoring, or pursuing two degrees at the same time, is growing. The number of students who have graduated from ASU with two degrees increased from 188 in 2001 to 229 in 2004, a slight increase given increased enrollment figures.
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Stadium renamed after Brock


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Former Sun Devil Barry Bonds, right, speaks Tuesday afternoon with ASU baseball coach Pat Murphy about his relationship with the late Jim Brock. Bonds played for Brock from 1983-85, batting .347 with 45 home runs and 175 RBIs.
There's no doubt that the late Jim Brock loved ASU. Now, the University has finally shown him some love in return.

ASU announced plans Tuesday to honor the Hall of Fame baseball coach by renaming Packard Stadium in his honor. It will now be known as Winkles Field-Packard Stadium at Brock Ballpark. An official ceremony will be held over Alumni Weekend in January 2006.
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Stanford still on Turner Thorne's radar

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- ASU women's basketball coach Charli Turner Thorne wasn't joking Monday night when she said her team might get another shot at No. 1 Stanford.

"We might get to play them again," Turner Thorne said after ASU's 56-42 loss to Stanford in the Pac-10 Tournament championship game at HP Pavilion.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

To extremes


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Muscles rippling, Holly Dison contorts her body and grips a sketchy pocket on the wall with her fingers.

She wraps her right leg around the back of her left, delicately balancing on a sliver of rock the size of a baby carrot. Her lithe body is completely taut as she grabs a good-sized slab and holds on tight. Finally, she drops onto the padded ground with a soft thud and announces she is starting to feel warmed up.
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The Latest: Shopping at the Sexy Safeway

Candace Coffey and Lauren Vanantwerp walk in Safeway dressed like models in an Abercrombie and Fitch ad. The freshmen are shopping for their weekly groceries, but at this supermarket -- also known as the Sexy Safeway -- they might just find dates, too.

As the closest grocery store to ASU, the Safeway on Broadway and Rural roads is a natural hot spot for hot coeds. But oftentimes, students go there for the specific purpose of scoping out the opposite sex rather than loaves of bread.
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