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Alamoodi edges Werner in USG runoff


Sarah Regnier / THE STATE PRESS
Journalism graduate Joy Hepp celebrates with Undergraduate Student Government President-elect Yaser Alamoodi Thursday in the Memorial Union.
ASU students elected Yaser Alamoodi and Corinne Widmer Undergraduate Student Government president and vice president Thursday night with about 50.6 percent of the votes.

Opponents David Werner and Aimee Gipper received the other 49.4 percent in the runoff election.

Overall, 3,590 students voted. Alamoodi received 1,819 votes while Werner received 1,771.

'Conscience clause' veto lauded by ASU pharmacist

An ASU pharmacist said he supports Gov. Janet Napolitano's decision to veto a "conscience clause" bill that could have affected pharmacies across the state.

The bill would have allowed pharmacies to refuse to provide abortion-related medications -- such as emergency contraception -- if it conflicted with a pharmacist's moral beliefs.

Tempe kicks bike week into high gear

Gear yourself up because the 14th annual Tempe Bike Week begins Saturday. The activities planned for Tempe Bike Week are meant to increase bike ridership as well as showcase Tempe's new bike facilities, said Sue Taaffe, community outreach marketing coordinator for Tempe's Transportation Division.

Model rover on display

A new model of the Mars rovers that landed on the Martian surface around 15 months ago is now on display in the Moeur Building. ASU's Mars Space Flight Facility has four instruments in operation on the surface or in orbit around the red planet.
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Now a Buckeye: Smith begins tenure at Ohio St.

On the eve of his first official day as Ohio State's athletic director, Gene Smith said it has been difficult letting go of his ties to ASU.

"I have so many good friends inside the department," Smith said. "It's really hard to be around packing my office and saying goodbye to everyone."
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Remembering a fallen friend


If former ASU graduate assistant Vince D'Aliesio had $1 for every story he has told about Pat Tillman, he could afford to retire from the insurance industry.

D'Aliesio, 33, worked with former ASU offensive coordinator Dan Cozzetto and coached the defensive scout team during the 1995 and '96 seasons, when Tillman started gaining recognition more for his thundering hits than for his shoulder-length hair.
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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.
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Triple Shot: Not your mainstream music

If you have an unusual taste in music, then you probably already know how difficult it is to find a place that actually carries the CDs you want.

Hoodlums is the first place ASU students usually go to stock up, but for anyone who is tired of trudging to the MU every time they need a music fix, there are a lot of other local places where you can get quality music at prices that won't put too serious a dent in your paycheck.
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