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Ex-GPSA president starts dollar back site

A new Web site is giving Arizona college students a chance to send a message to the Arizona Students' Association, and at the same time, put a dollar of tuition money back in their pocket.

Brian Collier, former president of Graduate and Professional Student Association, launched asadoyourjob.org last Thursday.

AG to open legal office on campus

The Arizona Attorney General's Office is looking for student volunteers to staff its first university-based satellite office, opening at the Tempe campus in October.

The program will provide the public -- primarily ASU students and employees and Tempe residents -- free access to legal advice and guidance, said Tom Reade, community outreach coordinator for the attorney general.

Ariz. Homeland Security chief to teach at ASU

The director of the Arizona Office of Homeland Security will teach a class at ASU this fall on homeland security.

In this position, and as the director of the Arizona Division of Emergency Management, Frank Navarrete is responsible for disaster recovery and federally declared disasters in the state. He has worked in law enforcement, intelligence and communications for more than 40 years.
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Football: Ainsworth's aim is dead on

After porous punt coverage last season, the ASU football team has taken the term "special teams" literally.

Last year the Sun Devils ranked 114th in punt coverage. ASU coach Dirk Koetter made improving that mark a priority in the off-season.
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Tennis: Clarke sets high hopes at new home

The ASU women's tennis team needed a player. Roxanne Clarke needed a change. Both hope their union is a perfect match.

Clarke, a junior, is preparing to enter her first season at ASU after transferring from Florida State University.
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Action Hero


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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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