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Hurricane Relief Day nets $12K


Jeremiah Armenta / THE STATE PRESS
Public relations freshman Liz Heinauer donates $5 to the Red Cross Hurricane Relief Fund outside the Lattie F. Coor building Wednesday morning. Donation stations were set up around campus in an effort to help those affected by Hurricane Katrina.
The sound of jingling coins filled the hallways of the second floor of the Memorial Union Wednesday as dozens of volunteers huddled to count donations collected during Hurricane Relief Day.

The relief effort, organized by education doctoral student Thomas Turner and nursing senior Sandra Brandzel, brought together 42 different student organizations that collected $11,717.91 across campus for the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.

Students pose in Playboy

While most students were busy studying for finals last spring, Victoria Thornton was posing for the cover of Playboy.

Thornton, a business sophomore, is one of 14 ASU girls pictured in this month's "Girls of the Pac-10" college issue.

ASU shows increase in minorities

With climbing minority enrollment, ASU has shown progress in making campus more diverse.

Although the numbers have not come in for this year's enrollment, the Division of Graduate Studies has boasted gains in diversity in the last 10 years, said Maria Allison, vice provost and dean of Graduate Studies.
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No crest in sight for ASU diving program


Brandon Quester / THE STATE PRESS
ASU freshman Michele Benedetti rotates in a dive during practice at the Plummer Aquatics Center Wednesday.
The ASU men's and women's diving teams have a bright future thanks the addition of several talented freshmen.

Though four-time NCAA Champion Joona Puhakka is entering his last year of eligibility and former All-American Trisha Tumlinson has graduated, the program is prepared for the 2005-06 season.
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Bellama follows unlikely road to ASU

Men's tennis freshman T.J. Bellama has taken a long journey to arrive at ASU, a path he didn't think he would take.
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Benefit Doubts


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Sarah* has worked at ASU for more than 15 years. She's been presented with awards by both the university and professional organizations for her dedication to her department.

Yet, the woman in the office next door has two benefits from ASU that Sarah says she fears she may never have: health benefits and tuition waivers for her family.
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Helping Out: On Guard

When Ruben O'Livas flew into New Orleans Naval Air Station to deliver supplies to victims of Hurricane Katrina, he knew it wasn't like any other flight he took before.

"As I flew into the area devastated by [the] hurricane, everything seemed so eerie," says O'Livas, an Arizona Air National Guard pilot. "It was so dark that you couldn't see anything past the runways."
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Expression: Art Education

I spent my summer as an intern in New York City and everyday for three months I walked past a painting that hung from a New York University modern art gallery. It was a painting of a red apple.
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