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Community service requirement nixed for out-of-state students

ASU students who hail from out of state will soon have more free time.

At a meeting in Tucson last week, the Arizona Board of Regents eliminated the community service requirement for out-of-state students who receive scholarships.

Closures re-route FLASH services

The McAllister Academic Village Project will offer a plethora of new housing and eateries, but for now it's the cause of campus construction and the closure of McAllister Avenue from University Drive to Terrace Road.

It also means FLASH services will be re-routed starting Friday, Aug. 26.

City benefitting from federal bill

Despite a distance of nearly 2,000 miles, what goes on in Washington, D.C. does affect ASU. The federal government will give Tempe $442.2 million for three transportation projects, according to a Tempe press release.
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ASU baseball nets top prospects


Brandon Quester / THE STATE PRESS
ASU freshmen Ike Davis (left) and Matt Hall officially committed to the Devil's baseball team Monday allowing them to be eligible for the spring semester. Davis will wear No. 39 and Hall will wear No. 20 on their jerseys.
The ASU baseball team reloaded Monday after a draining postseason, announcing the return of 20 letter winners and the addition of 13 new recruits.

Those 13 new recruits include five freshmen that were selected in the 2005 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft, with local talents Matt Hall, of Scottsdale Horizon, and Ike Davis, of Scottsdale Chaparral, among them.
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Pac-10 teams address early-season concerns

Junior tight end Joe Newton underwent surgery last week to repair a torn muscle in his lower left leg and could be out the remainder of the season.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

'Virgin' movie mindless good time

No hidden messages, deep meanings, or really anything that requires thought make "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" a good time and full of a lot of laughs.

It doesn't take much to entertain people anymore, and this is one of those movies that is purely for entertainment.
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