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Palm Walk site under review


Chris Atwood / THE STATE PRESS
Palm Walk, which runs through the heart of ASU's Tempe campus, is one of the most frequently traveled avenues on campus.

A Web site asking viewers to rate the physical appearance of female students is under review by ASU because it may violate privacy and trademark laws.

The site, www.palmwalk.com, features more than 200 pictures of women taken on Palm Walk at ASU's Tempe campus. Web site users are asked to rate the women on a scale ranging from "hot" to "ice cold."

3 employees leave over harassment

Three ASU employees, some of them faculty members, were fired or resigned in connection with harassment accusations last year, University officials said.

The number of employees who left ASU in connection with harassment complaints last year was unusually high, but did not correspond to a higher level of harassment reports overall, said Barbara Mawhiney, director of ASU's Office of Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action.

New tactics used to curb car theft

ASU police are employing new techniques to increase security in campus parking lots and structures, officials said.

Last semester's high burglary rate made parking the ASU Department of Public Safety's top priority for the fall.
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Hagan, Hass have traveled similar roads

Too slow. ASU wide receiver Derek Hagan and Oregon State wideout Mike Hass must have heard those two words a million times by now.

Coming out of high school, the stigma associated with that label cost Hass a scholarship and almost sent Hagan to football weakling UNLV.
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Former Sun Devil ready for big league debut

For the 82nd time in ASU baseball history, one of its former players will get his name in the box score of a major league game.
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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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Liner Notes: CD Reviews

The members of the Ditty Bops are the type of people who thank "our beautiful planet Earth" first and foremost in their liner notes. The nature enthusiasts are Amanda and Abby, two magical creatures with voices sweet enough to rot your teeth.
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