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No tenants on Rental Task Force


Jeremiah Armenta / THE STATE PRESS
Tempe Mayor Hugh Hallman speaks with members of the Tempe City Council Tuesday afternoon.
As council members and Tempe residents hashed out issues facing the city's growing rental population Tuesday, there were two groups missing from the new rental housing commission - students and tenants.

The Ad Hoc Rental Housing Task Force, created in May, will address issues like overcrowding in neighborhoods and poorly maintained yards and homes.

Tuition rising, aid constant

Tuition hikes continue, but the amount of financial aid Arizona appropriates remains the same, leaving universities and students with the bill.

Tuition has gone up more than 70 percent since 2000, and the amount ASU received through the Arizona Financial Aid Trust Fund has only gone up 2 percent, according to the Arizona Board of Regents Web site.

Persian classes could start summer 2006

One proud Persian ASU student is setting out to get her native language offered in a class by summer 2006.

"It just takes one person to have a passion and strike a spark," said Sogol Homayoun, a linguistics senior.
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Old foes, new faces

The numbers from last season's debacle in Los Angeles must make the ASU football team shudder.

USC 45, ASU 7. And truthfully, it wasn't even that close. By halftime, the only thing left to see was just how many points the Trojans would score.
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ASU men's golf lands in rough

After positioning itself within striking distance of No. 1-ranked Georgia on Monday, the ASU men's golf team posted a round Tuesday that it would like to forget.
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Social: Un-Friendly


Deanna Dent / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE
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I have 120 contacts in my e-mail address book, and 106 of them are in my cell phone. I probably speak to 10 of them on a regular basis, family excluded.

Hi, my name is Mindy and I have too many non-friends.
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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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Gadget Corner: Parallel Pods

Since its unveiling in October 2001, Apple's iPod music player changed the way we listen to music forever.

Apple's fourth-generation iPod is redesigned with a new color screen and touch-sensitive click wheel. The new design also has the ability to store photos and play them on a television with music as part of a slideshow presentation.
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