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Police give students party tips


Aldei Gregoire / THE STATE PRESS
Biology freshman Melissa Kelsey reads through a pamphlet on Tempe regulations concerning parties at the "Party Smart 101" lecture in Best Hall on Monday.
A handful of on-campus residents traded a night in front of the television at home to see Tempe's Party Patrol bust some of their fellow students.

"We figured we were going to be sitting in our dorm watching 'COPS' anyway," said Palo Verde Main resident and biology and society freshman Dave Klink, as he walked into "Party Smart 101," a program held in a Center Complex classroom by ASU and Tempe's student housing liaison, Jennifer Pregler.

Legislators listen to student lobby

About 30 students from ASU and NAU convened at the state Capitol on Monday for the Arizona Students Association and ASU Undergraduate Student Government's Student Lobby Day.

The lobbying day coincided with the second round of state budget talks after Gov. Janet Napolitano vetoed the Legislature's first budget March 22.

Often-vacated property seeks the Midas touch

The search is on to bring a business to a place near campus that can't seem to hold students' attention.

The restaurant space on University Drive and Forest Avenue, once occupied by Kinder's Custom Meats and Deli, is awaiting a new business, possibly by an Asian or barbecue restaurant.
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Braxton, Fawley quit football team

Football just isn't point guard-turned-defensive back Jason Braxton's cup of tea. Ditto for troubled linebacker Matt Fawley.

Braxton and Fawley have quit the ASU football team, ASU coach Dirk Koetter said after Monday's practice. It was less than a month ago that Braxton, who spent four seasons on the ASU men's basketball team, decided to give football a try for the first time since his freshman year of high school.
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Running for an American hero

Former ASU athletic trainer Perry Edinger doesn't like wimps.

He ran competitively at Eastern Illinois. He does 50-mile and 100-mile ultramarathons in his spare time. And he maintains a farm that features 10 dogs, three horses, two cats, two birds and a donkey.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Controlling love


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It was her freshman year at ASU when Becky met John. They were best friends for a while before attraction set in and the two began dating.

It seemed like the relationship would be perfect. But as soon as the words "boyfriend" and "girlfriend" came into the mix, John's behavior changed completely and the relationship turned from loving to abusive.
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Indie films and The Bacon Brothers rock the weekend

PHOENIX -- This year's Phoenix Film Festival had a little bit for everyone; with short films, documentaries, and full-length films, the festival had a lot to cover in the short weekend.

The festival lasted from Thursday to Sunday. When not watching one of the many films offered at the festival, there were plenty of booths and activities like karaoke set up.
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