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Students get grants for products

A product that helps prevent falls among elderly people is on its way to the market -- and the three ASU students responsible for creating it said they couldn't have done it without a little aid.

Christina Hobson, Brent Foster and Brian Warren, owners of biotechnology company BioEnginutity, are developing their product with money they won late last year through the Edson Student Entrepreneur Initiative.

Cultures on display at dance mixer

More than 200 people danced the night away as they got a taste of three cultural dances Friday night.

The Iranian Students of ASU organized a tri-cultural dance mixer that included Arabic, salsa and Persian performances in the Memorial Union.

Tillman scholars make a difference

A new service-oriented class offered by the W.P. Carey School of Business is helping Pat Tillman's legacy live on.

The class will teach leadership techniques and develop skills that will help students create and implement community service projects, said Laura Burgis...
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ASU rains down points on Northwestern

The No. 18 ASU football team was clearly miffed when it squandered a chance to knock off a top-five team last week against LSU. So it took its frustrations out on an outmatched Northwestern squad.

The Sun Devils set a school record with 773 yards of total offense and throttled the Wildcats 52-21 to the delight of 55,029 fans Saturday night at Sun Devil Stadium.
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Keller passes the night away

Junior quarterback Sam Keller continued his strong play as a starter Saturday with his third consecutive game with four touchdown passes and his second straight with over 400 yards through the air.
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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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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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Local Limelight: Q&A with Pokafase

Pokafase, one of the biggest names in the Valley's hip-hop scene, has been rapping professionally since 1995.
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