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Asbestos in residence halls, classrooms

It's in both classrooms and residence halls and it's here to stay.

Eric Ram, head of the Asbestos Management Program on campus, said more than 60 classrooms and residence halls built before 1981 have been found to contain some amount of asbestos.

New research facilities open

Environmental issues are becoming a bigger priority with the completion of one of ASU's newest research facilities.

Two weeks ago, students and faculty began setting up research labs in the Interdisciplinary Science and Technology 2 building, located on McAllister Avenue near University Drive.

ASU architecture students, professors design new Tempe park

Tired of the barren lot between the picturesque Tempe Beach Park and Hayden's Ferry Lakeside, the city council has approved a new development designed by professors and students in the ASU School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.
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SPORTS

Climbing the ladder in pads

Making the transition from high school to college can be difficult for any student. But combining academics, laundry and social life with learning a new offensive system and a five-inch playbook can be disastrous.

For two of ASU's most highly touted freshman offensive recruits, quarterback Derek Shaw and running back Keegan Herring, the transition to the next level has been relatively smooth.
SOCCER

Scoring, the goal for soccer team

The ASU women's soccer team fell just two goals shy of finishing in a tie for first place in the Pac-10 last season. Two tie games against Washington and Oregon left it with a 4-3-2 conference record. Co-champions UA and UCLA finished 6-3-0.

This season, fifth-year ASU soccer coach Ray Leone plans on getting those two goals and more.
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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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