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USG team back in the race

Undergraduate Student Government presidential and vice-presidential candidates Charles Ham and Chuck Lundquist are back in the race after elections were suspended for little over a week.

The Associated Students of ASU Supreme Court postponed student elections a week ago when Ham and Lundquist asked for the delay so they could make up for lost campaign time.

Volunteers to patrol Arizona-Mexico border

TOMBSTONE -- More than 1,000 armed volunteers are expected to start patrolling a 23-mile stretch of the Arizona-Mexico border today, drawing support and opposition from across the nation.

The volunteers are part of the Minuteman Project, a group that aims to curb illegal immigration by watching and reporting illegal activity to federal agents throughout the month.

ABOR to approve new student regent

In the 10 years since Kolby Granville started at ASU he's seen almost every side of student life, and he's about to add one more.

The Arizona Board of Regents is expected to confirm Granville as the new student regent from ASU at its meeting April 28-29.
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Slow start doesn't slow Dhaenens


Jeremiah Armenta / THE STATE PRESS
Sophomore outfielder Colin Curtis slides safely into second base during ASU's 14-1 win at Packard Stadium on Sunday.
By his own admission, the beginning of Seth Dhaenens' season was anything but pleasant.

The sophomore second baseman was in competition for a starting job, and a good start could have won him the spot. But Dhaenens hit .071 in the ASU's first 21 games, earning him a place on the pine, not in the field.

After idly watching a few games from the bench, Dhaenens felt the need to speak up. He wanted to let ASU coach Pat Murphy know that he was still ready to contribute to the team.
BASEBALL

ASU impressive in weekend sweep

Even a person with flawless penmanship would've had trouble keeping their scorebook clean at ASU's baseball game on Sunday. Not only did the Sun Devils pound out 15 hits, they went to the bench early and often, wreaking havoc on those trying to keep track with the game's changes.

It all culminated in a 14-1 series-sweeping victory for No. 24 ASU over Wright State in front of 2,077 at Packard Stadium. "Some guys that really needed to gain some confidence did," ASU coach Pat Murphy said.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

An art of their own


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A skateboarder rolls down University Drive and quickly slaps a light pole with a custom-designed sticker, leaving behind a symbol of himself, his crew and his passion.

Down the street, students walk past an electrical box showcasing the names of graffiti artists who left their mark, if only for a few days.
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Religion: Christian in college

For some college students, ordering a glass of wine at dinner is as natural as ordering dinner.

But for Daniel King, a Christian youth group leader and a preacher's son, it's more complicated. When he orders wine, he has to worry about someone from his youth group seeing him.
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