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Tempe In-N-Out ready to serve


Jeremiah Armenta / THE STATE PRESS
Mesa resident Evan Lupkin takes a drink in between eating a burger at the new In-N-Out Burger on Rural Road near the Loop 202. The restaurant opened on Sept. 15.
The burger joint that had its famous start in southern California has finally come close to ASU.

Tempe's first In-N-Out Burger opened Sept. 15 on Rural Road just south of the Loop 202.

Dan Hulihan, store manager of the Tempe In-N-Out, said the location's first week of business has been great because of its proximity to ASU.

Ear buds may damage hearing

The signature white iPod buds sitting in ears may be do more than deliver music -- they could cause hearing damage.

Kathryn Wexler, an associate faculty member in the speech and hearing department, said an increase of hearing problems at younger ages could be connected with the portable MP3 player fad.

Tempe police accept award

Tempe police will accept an award Sunday for involving volunteers in their homeland security efforts.

The Tempe Police Department was the only winner selected from 148 entries in the homeland security category of the Community Policing Award Program.
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Pitting strength against strength

Oregon State's Matt Moore ranks second in the nation in passing yards, and his favorite option, Mike Hass, averages 165 receiving yards a game.

Welcome to Pac-10 football, ASU defensive backs.
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Women's golf to Tennessee tourney

The ASU women's golf team will tee off for its second outing of the season, and first on U.S. soil, today in the first round of the Mason Rudolph Women's Championship.
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Flipping Out


Deanna Dent / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE
Students play the drums and the berimbau while they wait to take their turn dancing in the roda. The berimbau is just one of the traditional instruments that students learn to play as a part of their capoeria class. They also learn the atabaque and the pandeiro.
A dozen people dressed in white stand barefoot in a circle. Drums beat in the background. Two players stand face-to-face and recognize each other with a small bow as they bend their knees to a squat.

They enter the inner part of the circle, spinning and cartwheeling. The two prowl toward each other, moving their bodies to pace of the drum beats; kicking, bending and twisting into what becomes one fluid motion.
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Risky Business

Kim Novak's schedule would shock most people. Mechanical bulls, water balloon fights and skydiving are all in her job description.

Mud volleyball and food eating contests are part of a day's work. And the job wouldn't be complete without the occasional Slip-N-Whip.
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At Work: Cube Life

Nicole Simmons sits inside her cubicle at Honeywell Aerospace, surrounded by mounds of paperwork and aircraft parts. She looks at her watch. It reads 6:30 p.m.

She's been at work for more than 10 hours and will probably continue her work at home.
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