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Early Warning yields increased response

Warning students about their struggling academic performance was more popular with instructors this semester than in the past.

The Early Warning System is a method of notifying students who are struggling in class before mid-term grades are reported to encourage them to take action to improve.

Professor's design finalist for Sept. 11 memorial

Terry Surjan didn't expect to win. Winning wasn't the point.

But in February, the ASU assistant professor of architecture and a colleague were named as finalists to design the Flight 93 memorial in Pennsylvania. Flight 93 crashed in Somerset County, Penn., Sept. 11, 2001, when passengers resisted terrorists who attempted to take over the flight.

Cronkite school wins broadcast awards

For the second consecutive year, the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication won the Hearst Journalism Awards intercollegiate broadcast news competition.
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SPORTS

Next Pat's Run could draw 10,000


Sarah Regnier / THE STATE PRESS
More than 5,500 people participated in Pat's Run, a 4.2-mile race held Saturday morning in honor of Pat Tillman.
In a move Pat Tillman would have made, former ASU athletic trainer Perry Edinger refuses to rest on his laurels.

Edinger attracted 5,578 participants for Pat's Run, a 4.2-mile race that ended Saturday morning at the 42-yard line inside Sun Devil Stadium. He raised an estimated $100,000 for the Pat Tillman Foundation. And he provided another chance for an American hero to be remembered.
FOOTBALL

Defense aiming for recognition

The past couple years, the ASU football team hasn't been known for its defense. This season, ASU hopes to change that notion.
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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

Talking with the 'Rock'

Blue 42. Blue 42. Hut ... Hut ... Hike.

On May 27th, The Longest Yard, a remake of the 1974 classic with Burt Reynolds, will open across the county with an all-star cast including Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Nelly, Goldberg (the wrestler) and Burt Reynolds.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The Latest: Going raw

It's a Friday night in the Rawsome! Cafe in Tempe, home of raw and organic food.

Many customers sport dreadlocks and '70s clothes. One man wears an African tunic while a group of men in business suits munch on raw food. A waiter stands behind the counter, a mellow look on his face.
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