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Campus growth pending regents' OK

The Arizona Board of Regents will vote Friday whether to allow ASU to enter into an agreement with Phoenix to develop a 15,000-student campus in downtown Phoenix.

If approved, ASU and the city of Phoenix would work together to develop an urban campus on 20 acres of land in the downtown redevelopment area. First Avenue, Third Street, Fillmore Street and Van Buren Street border the area.

Task force seeks to redefine University curriculum

If a University task force gets its way, ASU graduates will stand out from their peers for more reasons than a good tan.

Officials charged with reforming the University's curriculum met with students Wednesday to brainstorm ideas for improving the quality of education graduates receive from ASU.

English-only bill passes House

A bill that would make English the official language for all government documents passed the House of Representatives on Wednesday.

It would mandate that all official documents for government use, such as ballots and trade policies, be published in English.
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SPORTS

Pac-10 titles gone with the wind


Photo courtesy of Washington State athletics
Senior Pat Moore strokes a putt during the final round of the Pac-10 Championship. Moore finished the tournament at 6 under, which was good enough for third place.
ASU men's golf captain Jesse Mueller said the format of the 72-hole Pac-10 Championships tends to yield a true champion.

That was before Mueller and the rest of the Sun Devil lineup had to contend with 30- to 40-mph winds after it hit the turn Wednesday at the Walla Walla Country Club in Walla Walla, Wash. After carding a 15-over final round Wednesday, ASU was left wishing for a three-round event for the second straight season.
BASEBALL

Confident Buck regains swagger

Rewind the clock to Feb. 25 when the ASU baseball team was set to face off against then-No. 8 Baylor.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Common ground


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Even when he was young, William Calvo knew he was different. Growing up in heavily Catholic Costa Rica, spirituality and the church always were important to Calvo. But there was another element to Calvo's personality that also was there, even though he did not know what it was at first.

Calvo was an effeminate child, a bit of an outcast. He liked He-man-type cartoons, not because he wanted to be like the superheroes, but because he was attracted to them.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

In your own backyard: Caching in

Peter Belsky pulls his Jeep out of the Saguaro dorm parking lot. It's a warm Thursday afternoon, and while most students are in class or tanning by the pool, Belsky is getting ready to go on a "treasure hunt."

"Sometimes I'll try to find little ones on campus on Saturday mornings," says the business freshman. "And there used to be one on 'A' Mountain."
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