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First Person: London bouncing back from attacks

If there was ever a good day to sleep in, it was today. We had planned a nice light excursion for my girlfriend's last day in London, before I joined the study abroad group in Cambridge. We were planning on the Tower of London and the London and Tower Bridges. This would have meant catching the Circle Line to Tower Hill. One stop later, a bomb would rock the Circle Line train near the Liverpool Street station.

Even if we had not opted for breakfast in bed, even had we ignored our desire for sleep and ventured out at our regular morning time, we would not have been on any train during the bombs' detonations. A few thousand others can't say the same.

Students ask ASU to serve cage-free eggs

Egg products served at ASU dining facilities may soon come from chickens raised in more natural habitats.

Students from the Student Animal Legal Defense Organization are trying to convince ASU Campus Dining officials to purchase eggs only from chickens raised in free-range conditions.

Gonzalez: Tempe campus must expand

Juan Gonzalez, vice president of student affairs, said he will leave ASU sometime in August to fill the same position at the University of Texas at Austin.
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ASU hires new softball coach

Following in the footsteps of two coaching legends is rarely easy. But it isn't as difficult when you are a coaching legend yourself.

On Wednesday, Clint Myers was hired as the head softball coach at ASU, the third head coach in the 35-year history of the program.
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Diogu drafted 9th by Warriors

Former ASU forward Ike Diogu continually found ways to exceed expectations and silence critics during his three seasons in college.
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'Phantom' haunts audiences yet again


Joan Marcus / ASU Public Events
The Phantom of the Opera was performed at Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium from June 8 to July 3. The cast performed to large audiences despite its summer schedule.
"The Phantom of the Opera" once again haunted and delighted the minds of audiences at ASU's Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium this month.

The show completed a four-week run Sunday, with 92 to 95 percent of seats filled for the play's duration, said David Harrison, director of communications for ASU Public Events. The Phantom returned to Gammage after several years of negotiations. Since its third engagement in 2000, it had been the "most requested show ever by Gammage audiences," he said.
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