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New ABOR president set to tackle goals

Christina Palacios believes in the power of education, and as the new president of the Arizona Board of Regents, she plans to do everything she can to prove it.

"Education has opened doors for me that would have never happened had I not been to college," Palacios said.

DPS debuts new computer system in patrol vehicles

Instant messaging isn't just for students anymore.

ASU police will soon be sending and receiving messages on computers recently installed in their patrol cars.

Student board to advise Health Center

A new student health committee is hoping to convince students that illness isn't the only reason to stop by the Student Health and Wellness Center.
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SPORTS

Athletic department bands together


Brandon Quester / THE STATE PRESS
The ASU athletic department will be implementing a new student seating policy for the 2005 football season. Under this new policy, students will be required to wear color-coded wristbands and sit in an assigned section.
Question: What could be more fulfilling as an ASU student, than standing toward the front of the bleachers on the 45-yard line, witnessing a Derek Hagan touchdown reception from quarterback Sam Keller?

Answer: Watching the same play from the same seat without the risk of being trampled or suffocated after being surrounded by an over-populated crowd.
GOLF

Devils swing into action

Coming off of its best season in recent years, the ASU women's golf team is looking to pick up where it left off as it gears up for the fall season. In 11 of 12 events, the Sun Devils finished in the top 10 and captured three tournament titles during the 2004-05 season.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Action Hero


ON THE COVER
Grasping a straw basket of fresh-baked chocolate chip cookies, Little Red Riding Hood sets off into the forest to visit her grandmother. But this isn't your parents Red Riding Hood.

Dressed in a long, red leather cape and black, thigh-high boots, the masked woman smirks as she takes on the Big Bad Wolf. When he makes a pass at this savory Red Riding Hood she attacks from behind and sends him back into the woods, tail between his legs. This more "grown up" Riding Hood is just one of the many action figure creations spawned by Valley comic book artist Todd McFarlane.
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Odd Couple: Art imitates life for this real world 'Will and Grace'

He loves to cook, she loves to eat. She does the laundry, while he cleans the house. Every night when he gets home from work, she asks how his day was.

They sound like the perfect couple, but there are just a few minor issues. They aren't married. The two aren't even dating. And then there's the big one: he's gay.
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