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USG election runoff begins today


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Students Jenni Davis and Rob Burns vote during the 2004 Undergraduate Student Government presidential election at a booth in front of the Memorial Union.
Undergraduate Student Government presidential and vice-presidential candidates are gearing up for the final vote today and Thursday.

Candidates have said they aren't upping their campaigning but are keeping steady with what they've done the past few weeks; they hope the turnout will stay as strong as last week's. It is likely, though, based on last year's election numbers, that the turnout won't be as high as the initial election.

Committee forming in Wade investigation

The team assigned to investigate how ASU has handled the Loren Wade incident is coming together, but no members have been officially named.

ASU President Michael Crow named law professor Myles Lynk the head of the investigation at an April 1 news conference after reports of former violent incidents involving Wade surfaced prior to the killing of Brandon Falkner.

Students seek more healthy meal options on campus

Despite the greasy hamburgers and ice cream offered at the Memorial Union, ASU officials say there are some healthy alternatives and there will be more to come.

The new mandatory meal plan that will be implemented in fall 2006 is supposed to emphasize healthy eating options.
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SPORTS

Players, coaches expected to participate in Pat's Run


ASU sports information
Former ASU linebacker Pat Tillman, left, will be honored Saturday in Pat's Run, a 4.2-mile race that ends at the 42-yard line inside Sun Devil Stadium. Proceeds from the event will go toward the Pat Tillman Foundation.
Chances are that if ASU football coach Dirk Koetter participates in Pat's Run on Saturday morning, he'll be wearing a wig, a fake mustache and sunglasses.

"If I do, I'll be running incognito," Koetter said. "I don't think I could make it. It would be a last-minute decision. I would have to wake up feeling awfully good that morning."

Koetter gets a free pass from Pat's Run, a 4.2-mile race that's being held in honor of Pat Tillman. His team's annual spring game is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Sun Devil Stadium.
TRACK & FIELD

Johnson gives up hoops for track

Sophomore Jacquelyn Johnson won't be going to the NCAA Outdoor Championships to defend her title in the heptathlon.

Johnson is redshirting for the track and field season because she played for the women's basketball team, which advanced to the Sweet Sixteen less than three weeks ago.
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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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Fine art students debut plays, performance art

A group of ASU master of fine arts students will debut their original productions as the Herberger College of Fine Arts' "Festival of New Work" opens at the Lyceum Theatre today.

The festival, featuring three performance art works and two plays, runs through April 24.
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