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No more drops for late tuition

Students who don't pay their tuition by next semester's deadline will get to keep their classes, but it will cost them $75.

ASU will now enroll non-paying students in the Tuition Installment Plan, which will hold their classes and allow them to pay in three installments.

Film production degree set to roll next fall

After years of student demand, ASU will soon be accepting applications for a film production program slated to begin next fall.

Starting in fall 2006, the Department of Theatre will offer a concentration in Film and Media Production as part of a multidisciplinary Bachelor of Arts film degree. This comes after the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences made a Film and Media Studies concentration available for the degree this semester

Mandatory meal plan could debut next year

Students living on campus next fall will have to purchase a meal plan packaged with the rate of their dorm rooms if an ASU committee's plan passes student and state approval.
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Sun Devils pace Chicago tourney

After spending the morning round searching for itself, the ASU men's golf team struck gold during Monday's second round at the Big Ten/Pac-10 Challenge outside of Chicago.

The No. 20-ranked Sun Devils improved as the day wore on, rising from seventh to tie for the lead.
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ASU Athletic Hall of Fame inducts five

Out of all of Jim Merrick's decorated honors, Friday's induction into ASU's Athletic Hall of Fame put the icing on the cake.
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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.
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Scene Points: Punk Pin-Ups

Punk rock women are hot. There is a misconception in our society (generally blamed on the media, but that's not really fair) that women with tattoos and piercings are not beautiful, and can't be considered feminine. We are.
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Local Limelight: Q & A with Calabrese

Drenched in leather and with haircuts constructed with aching care, horror rock band Calabrese was formed in 2001 by brothers Bobby, Jimmy and Davey Calabrese.
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