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Tempe helps Hurricane Katrina victims relocate

Tempe city staff warned the City Council of a possible need to increase funding to social services as a result of Hurricane Katrina evacuees relocating in Tempe at the Council's Issue Review Session Thursday.

"We just want to notify them in case we need additional funding," said Kate Hanley, executive director of Tempe Community Council, the human service planning and administration sector of the city. "But we're not doing that tonight."

Loud party ordinance calls drop in '05

The ASU school year brings a lot to Tempe, like diversity, revenue and loud parties.

The number of calls police receive for loud parties increases every August, according to Tempe police.

PAB brings Mraz to Mesa

MTV regular Jason Mraz is coming to the Mesa Amphitheatre Tuesday, thanks in part to ASU's Programming and Activities Board.

PAB President Andrew Moe said the concert has been in the planning stages for a while.

Gina Rossey, a representative for Mraz's opening act, Ryanhood, contacted Moe in June to set up a concert at ASU.
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ASU faces tough tests in Texas

After snapping a three-match skid, the ASU volleyball team will try to continue its momentum today in the Nokia Sugar Bowl Classic at Texas A&M.

ASU won its own tournament last weekend in dominant fashion, going 3-0 and only dropping one set to improve to 4-4 on the season.
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Signs point to ASU

ASU and Northwestern are offensively similar in that they like to send out a lot of receivers and throw the ball downfield. Both teams have questions on defense, so this game should come down to who can make the crucial stops.

The game plans are alike, but the Sun Devils superior talent should win out.
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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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