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USG election results contested

Allegations are flying between the Yaser Alamoodi and David Werner campaigns even though the Undergraduate Student Government election results were announced Thursday.

But the person taking the most heat is Election Director Lloyd Fraction.
All of the complaints were due Monday and the election commission, which consists of three students unconnected to the Associated Students of ASU, has until Thursday to rule.

New pope prompts mixed feelings at ASU

White smoke billowed out of the Vatican on Tuesday morning, signaling to the world that German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger had become Pope Benedict XVI.

He is the 265th man to hold the position. As Rome revealed the successor to Pope John Paul II, who died April 2 at the age of 84, the ASU community had its own thoughts on the new Catholic leader.

Students unaware of many code of conduct policies

The ASU Student Code of Conduct is something many students skim before their freshman year, and then shove under their beds as one of the many things that collects dust.

Yet hundreds of students violate the code of conduct each year and many don't seem to know the consequences.

Vacant gas station drawing attention from downtown

Downtown businesses are awaiting a change to an out-of-business gas station, but there's no end to the vacancy in sight.

The Exxon Mobil station on Mill Avenue and University Drive has been closed since January.
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Women's golfers facing long odds

The ASU women's golf team looks to recapture the magic it had in the final round of the PING/ASU Invitational today when putting the finishing touches on the Pac-10 Champ-ionships.

ASU's hopes of landing Pac-10 championship rings have been all but dashed after a pair of shaky rounds at Ruby Hill Golf Club in Pleasanton, Calif.
GOLF

More than worth the wait

With the poise of a playful veteran, former ASU golfer Joey Snyder III entertained a crowd of more than 30 fans at this year's FBR Open.

It was just the second PGA Tour event for Snyder, but the Scottsdale native didn't hesitate to bounce a ball off the head of his driver, demonstrating a Tiger Woods-like stage presence.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The Cartoonist


ON THE COVER
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

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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