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Fire breaks out on Union grill

A fire in the Memorial Union late Monday afternoon did little to stop students from enjoying their lunches.

A grill fire at the Salsa Rico restaurant on the first level brought high flames and smoke, eventually prompting a complete evacuation of the building.

Regents to rule on proposed fees

The Arizona Board of Regents will review for approval Thursday several increases in special class and program fees for the 2005-06 school year.

Among the new fees is a revised proposal for a Barrett Honors College student fee. If approved, continuing honors students would pay $125 per semester, while incoming students would pay $250 per semester.

Cycling club rides to remember fellow athlete

The ASU cycling club rode 1,000 miles Monday without moving an inch to raise money for a fallen cyclist.

Members of ASU Cycling planned a 24-hour bike ride on Hayden Lawn to benefit the wife and child of Matt Kelly, an NAU student and cyclist who was hit and killed by a car in Flagstaff on April 5. Flagstaff police said the driver was charged with aggravated DUI.
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Pierce, Fameni quit men's hoops team

If the ASU men's basketball team had to play a game today, it would be slim pickings for eighth-year coach Rob Evans.

Sophomore forward Tim Pierce and junior forward Wilfried Fameni told The State Press on Monday that they have quit the team and intend to transfer.
BASEBALL

A resurgence for Romine

It's unlikely ASU freshman Andrew Romine has ever spent a prolonged period of time on the bench.

The son of former professional baseball player Kevin Romine, Andrew excelled at the sport so much in high school that he was chosen as Dustin Pedroia's successor at shortstop.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Knowing their roots


Brandon Quester / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE
Former president of the Navajo Nation, Peterson Zah is now the special adviser of American Indian Affairs to President Michael Crow.
From under a white tent on Hayden Lawn, members of ASU's American Indian Council sell tacos and fry bread. In the background, contestants for Ms. Indian ASU and other organization members parade down a runway for the American Indian fashion show.

The event marks the start of ASU's Native American Culture Week, which will culminate this weekend with a powwow on the band practice fields. The week is the only time every year that ASU's relatively tiny American Indian population becomes one of the most visible.
MOVIES

Billy Bob breaks 'Bad News'

People loved him coaching kids in "Friday Night Lights," and they loved him insulting children who sat on his lap in "Bad Santa." Now, Billy Bob Thornton is going to combine those skills in his newest movie, "The Bad News Bears," which comes out July 22.

In a candid interview, Thornton talks about his newest movie and how it will compare to the original, among other things.
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