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Hurricane Katrina refugees arrive in Phoenix


Chris Atwood / THE STATE PRESS
Hurricane Katrina evacuee Jacqueline Pons answers questions from reporters in front of Veterans Memorial Coliseum Sunday afternoon. Pons, along with about 150 others, was part of the first wave of evacuees to arrive Sunday in Phoenix. Three more planes of refugees arrived over the rest of the weekend.

Arizona welcomed over 500 refugees displaced by Hurricane Katrina over the weekend, providing food, medical care and temporary housing at Veteran's Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix.

Four planes carrying refugees have arrived in Phoenix since Sunday morning, said Cam Hunter, spokeswoman for the Arizona Office of Homeland Security.

Refugees were bused from Sky Harbor Airport to a temporary shelter at the Coliseum, which is set up to house 1,100 people, Hunter said.

Refugees were bused from Sky Harbor Airport to a temporary shelter at the Coliseum, which is set up to house 1,100 people, Hunter said.

ASU football to host LSU game Saturday

Add the LSU football team to the list of refugees supplanted by Hurricane Katrina.

The Tigers will visit Sun Devil Stadium to take on ASU this Saturday, due to the continuing emergency medical and rescue operations on and around the LSU campus. The game was initially scheduled at the Tigers' stadium in Baton Rouge, La.

ASU, CLS reach out-of-court settlement

Less than a week before going to trial, ASU and the Christian Legal Society reached an agreement that will allow religious groups to exclude students based on religion but not sexual orientation.
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Bogus' two legit goals lift ASU


Jeremiah Armenta / THE STATE PRESS
ASU marketing and photography junior Kim Bingham practices with fellow women's soccer team members Wednesday on the soccer field.


Senior forward Liz Bogus was not going to let the ASU women's soccer team lose Friday evening against the University of California-Irvine.

The Sandy, Utah, native scored two crucial goals to give the Sun Devils a 3-2 victory over the visiting Anteaters.

With only four minutes left in the game, Bogus took control of the ball at the top of the box.
SPORTS

Field hockey hits universal chord

"Camaraderie on the field and off the field, that's why they stick around," said player-coach Riyaz Mohammed about his fellow ASU field hockey club players at practice Sunday night on the ASU band practice field.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Lord of the Discs


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SWEET VENGEANCE

Revenge feels good, especially when directed at a group who has wronged you.

Just ask ASU business senior Jared Mercier and his alter-ego "Scott Ron."
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

ASU's Barren Mind Improv still going strong

The departure of most of Barren Mind Improv's veteran cast members last spring had director Chuck Thursby worried.

Thursby believed Barren Mind, an ASU improvisational comedy troupe, often depended on the experienced members to perform a great show with no script, no characters and no ideas.
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Music school celebrates 250 years of Mozart

Mozart's music has been loved and hated, but never forgotten. His music is everywhere, as elevator music and in cartoons. In recognition of his influence, ASU's School of Music will be celebrating his 250th birthday all year.
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