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Wade pleads not guilty to murder charge

Loren Wade pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder charges as he appeared in a Maricopa County courtroom via closed-circuit television Friday morning.

The former ASU tailback, who allegedly shot former ASU defensive back Brandon Falkner to death outside a Scottsdale nightclub in March, told Superior Court Judge Benjamin Vatz his name and date of birth from jail. In the courtroom, Wade's attorney told the judge Wade would plead "not guilty."

A cornucopia of race tributes

Film freshman Kyle Hausmann-Stokes finally reached his destination Saturday morning, exhausted from a grueling run in which he wore boots and camouflage pants, toted a 45-pound military backpack and carried an 8-pound mock weapon.

Hausmann-Stokes wasn't undergoing another training mission at Fort Polk, La. He was competing in Pat's Run.

Students spread across Valley to serve community

Nearly 400 ASU students volunteered at eight sites throughout Phoenix on Saturday in what is one of the University's biggest student-organized community service events of the year.

Students helped sort food at St. Mary's Food Bank, played with children during a field day at Andres House Los Ninos Program and helped build mobile display units for the Children's Museum of Chandler in the 5th Annual Devils in Disguise event.
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Keller paces football in spring game

After injuries, the death of a former player and 15 spring practices, the ASU football team has at least one constant. The Sun Devils will only go as far as junior quarterback Sam Keller takes them.

Keller completed 18 of 27 passes for 200 yards and a touchdown Saturday afternoon in ASU's annual spring game at Sun Devil Stadium. He threw one interception.
BASEBALL

Buck powers Devils past Stanford

When junior right fielder Travis Buck blasted the game-tying home run Saturday night in the bottom of the ninth inning, most figured the feat would be hard to trump in Sunday's series finale against Stanford.
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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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