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Universities cut cost of student health insurance

More money could be in students' pockets this fall after receiving medical care.

The Council of Presidents, made of the three Arizona university presidents, reviewed a renewal plan Tuesday that would lower the rate of student health insurance by 8.2 percent.

College of Public Programs names new dean

Debra Friedman from the University of Washington will be taking over as dean of the College of Public Programs, ASU administration announced Tuesday.

Friedman has worked at Washington since 1994, most recently holding the position of the director of special projects, in which she helped launch the university's $2 billion campaign.

Long race has big impact on Tempe

The Ironman Arizona Triathlon attracted nearly 20,000 spectators and 2,000 athletes to Tempe Town Lake on Saturday, creating a boost and a bother for downtown Tempe.

The event had a significant economic impact on Tempe, said Toni Graham, communications director for the Tempe Convention and Visitors Bureau.
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ASU aide on the move

As ASU transitions into Christine Wilkinson's third term as interim athletic director, it might be without one of its longstanding administrators.

Passed up for the Middle Tennessee State AD job last week, Senior Associate AD Tom Collins will interview today for the same position at Illinois State.
FOOTBALL

Steadfast through tragedy

Former ASU fullback Ryan Wood wasn't joined at the hip with Pat Tillman when the pair played together on the Sun Devils football team.

Now, Wood admits he feels attached to his fallen teammate.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The Cartoonist


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For four semesters, Tony Carrillo drew F Minus, a cartoon that ran at the top of the comics section of The State Press.

And in those two years, Carrillo became the Gary Larson of ASU, and F Minus its Far Side. But when Carrillo graduated in December, F Minus disappeared from the pages of the newspaper, leaving students to face a State Press without his unique wit.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Tuned In: The poor man's iPod

We've all seen it -- the little white cord peaking out from a backpack or purse and traveling just below the face before it divides in two and ends in each ear.

It's the latest must-have accessory not only on campus and in the gym, but also everywhere in between. It's the iPod.
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