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Crow: Tuition to vary by major

ASU President Michael Crow said the University is ready to make tuition different for each academic level and degree program as soon as next fall, the first step in his 10-year plan to increase access to ASU.

"We realize and want different price points," Crow said when presenting ASU's redesign plan to the Arizona Board of Regents at NAU Thursday.

Few events planned for Hispanic Heritage Month

Despite having the highest Hispanic enrollment rate of ASU's four campuses, ASU Tempe is not offering a unified celebration for Hispanic Heritage Month.

The monthlong celebration is being represented better at the smaller campuses with events and exhibits.

ASU alumnus can't 'H8' UA

An ASU alumnus is no longer allowed to hate the University of Arizona -- at least not on his Arizona license plate.

State officials told Chandler resident Scott Spencer to take a personalized ASU specialty plate that read "UAH8R" off his pickup truck because someone complained.
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Strong Finishers


Jeremiah Armenta / THE STATE PRESS
USC running back Reggie Bush, No.5, attempts to run through ASU defensive lineman Shannon Jones, No. 98, during Saturday's game.
Sam Keller might have been walking on air, he was so pumped up.

The ASU junior quarterback pumped his fists and pointed to the sell-out crowd as he and the rest of the Sun Devils bounded gleefully into the locker room with a 21-3 lead, 30 minutes away from pulling off the unthinkable - knocking off almighty USC.
FOOTBALL

Just another USC win

Down 21-3 at the half, the two-time defending national champion and No. 1 USC Trojans had been outplayed, out-manned and outsmarted for the first 30 minutes of Saturday's game against No. 14 ASU.

But just as Oregon found out a week before, halftime leads mean little against the USC offense. The Trojans out-scored ASU 35-7 in the second half, coming from behind to extend the nation's longest winning streak.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

After the Storm


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On Sept. 5, 2005, seven days after Hurricane Katrina ravaged his family home in New Orleans, Michael Seidman, a student at the University of New Orleans, found himself boarding a bus outside Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix.

He was alone in a new city, a backpack holding the small catalogue of his worldly belongings -- a few pairs of socks, a pair of shorts, two T-shirts and the names of his fantasy football teams scrawled on a scrap of paper -- strapped to his back. His destination: ASU. His mission: to find some sense of normalcy in a world one act of nature had turned upside down.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

On the Turf: Mr. Tee

Fans sitting inside Sun Devil Stadium cheer as the ASU football team takes the field for the opening kickoff. Kicker Jesse Ainsworth launches the ball into the air, and it sails 5 yards deep in the end zone.
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Katrina Extra: 'I'll never forget this experience'

As a New Orleans native and evacuee, the past few weeks have been emotionally charged. But at the same time, I feel very blessed. The events have forced me to realize what is important in life.
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