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Scholarship lets honors students travel the globe

Erika Levin dreams of working for a non-profit organization overseas.

"I want to look at different cultures and how missionaries, religious groups and non-religious groups are teaching children," said Levin, a religious studies sophomore.

Tempe asks residents to participate in census

As Arizona prepares to redistribute state funds, Tempe is encouraging all residents - permanent or otherwise - to participate in a special census to help combat a projected $5-7 million deficit.

All cities and towns across Maricopa County will participate in the mid-decade census, which begins today.

Seizure disorder cause of ASU student's death

A San Pablo Hall resident found dead in his room in April suffocated due to a seizure disorder, according a county medical examiner report released earlier this month.
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Defense looking to carve name for itself


Chris Atwood / THE STATE PRESS
ASU tailback Randy Hill, No. 6, and defensive tackle Jordan Hill, No. 1, make contact during a practice at Kajikawa Practice Field on Monday evening.
ASU's offensive resume might leap off the page but it's the Sun Devil defense that has the potential to make or break the team's season. Five starters return, and a host of junior college recruits will look to make an impact on the defensive front.

"Obviously there is a lot of hype going on with the offense, which is well deserved," senior linebacker Dale Robinson said.
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Injuries to sideline Wildcat linebackers for opener

Two starting linebackers, redshirt freshman Ronnie Palmer and senior Randy Sims, will miss UA's season opener at Utah Sept. 2.
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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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Fast Facts: About Todd McFarlane

McFarlane is a huge fan of Major League Baseball and his sports memorabilia collection shows it. He purchased Mark McGwire's 70th home run baseball for $3 million and Barry Bonds 73rd home run baseball for $450,000.

Being from Canada, McFarlane's love for hockey flows through his veins and his checkbook. He holds a minority ownership of the Edmonton Oilers National Hockey Leauge team and designed the clubs third jersey, the best-selling third jersey in NHL history.
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