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University's reach spreading farther East


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Participants from ASU’s MBA program in China ring the New York Stock Exchange’s closing bell.
This could be the start of a beautiful friendship. ASU has spent the last few weeks participating with the world's most populous country in a whirlwind of events designed to share knowledge between the United States and China.

Golden State snatches Diogu

Former ASU standout Ike Diogu was chosen by the Golden State Warriors, who had the ninth pick in the first round of Tuesday's NBA draft.

Diogu, who played three seasons at ASU, led the Pac-10 in points, rebounds, and blocks per game last season. He earned conference Player of the Year and second-team All-American honors. He is the third-leading scorer in ASU history.

Summer in the city

On a hot afternoon in June, most people retreat inside. But some people don't have anywhere to hide from the oppressive summer sun.

"It's real tough if you don't have a place to stay with air conditioning," Scooby said.
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No more magic in Omaha

OMAHA, Neb. -- Jeff Larish sat poised in the on-deck circle, hoping to add one more chapter to the 2005 ASU baseball team's book of improbable postseason comebacks.

Andrew Romine grounded into a fielder's choice with two runners on in the top of the ninth inning as Florida defeated ASU, 6-3, on Thursday at Rosenblatt Stadium, ending the Sun Devils' magical ride through the postseason.
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Diogu elects to stay in NBA draft

During his three seasons at ASU, Ike Diogu dominated opponents, compiled an impressive list of awards and accomplishments and became the big man on campus.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Knitted superhero costumes draw crowd


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Artist Mark Newport stands in front of the costume of "The Escapist" at the "Super Heros" reception on Friday.
The ASU Art Museum has unveiled an exhibit of heroic proportions.

The museum held the opening reception Friday night for artist Mark Newport's "Super Heroics" exhibition. The art consists of almost a dozen hand-knitted superhero costumes and 10 embroidered comic book covers. The costumes are based on well-known comic book superheroes like Batman and also include original characters, including Sweater Man and The Patriot.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

'Bewitched' casts spell on audiences

Director Nora Ephron, with the help of Will Ferrell and Nicole Kidman, succeeds in creating a romantic comedy based on the television series, "Bewitched."
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