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ASU takes back the night


Joe Rondone / THE STATE PRESS
Cutouts of women at the "Take Back the Night" rally on Palo Verde Beach Wednesday are used to represent past cases of abuse.
More than 50 people marched down Mill Avenue chanting "take back the night" Wednesday evening hoping to raise awareness about domestic violence and sexual assault.

In conjunction with National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, two campus groups held Take Back the Night, a national rally held every April and October.

Women plead not guilty to hit-and-run

A current and a former ASU student both pleaded not guilty Wednesday to leaving the scene of a fatal accident in Mesa last month.

Muneerah Al-Tarrah, 22, and Reem Bishara, 19, entered their pleas regarding the felony hit-and-run charge as well as alcohol-related misdemeanor charges in Maricopa County Superior Court in Phoenix.

Students launch textbook buyer site

Two college entrepreneurs have created a Web site in which used textbooks can be bought and sold for students looking to cut expenses

ASU student Ryan Hegna, a finance senior, and David Molite, a marketing senior at UA, created CollegeSellers.com, an online forum where students can post their old textbooks and other unwanted items for sale.
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Basketball: Diogu still paying dividends


Joe Rondone / THE STATE PRESS
ASU senior point guard Tyrone Jackson jumps up for a dunk during an open gym practice for the men's basketball team Tuesday.
It's easy to focus on the negatives of losing a superstar like Ike Diogu. The ASU men's basketball program will certainly miss the 21.4 points per game he added over the last three seasons.

And there's no doubt the Sun Devils will be hard-pressed to replace the Texas native's 8.8 rebounds per game along with his 153 career blocks.
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Football: Roommates reconnecting downfield

At times, it seems like tight end Jamaal Lewis is on his own special wavelength with quarterback Sam Keller.

After notching only 16 receptions in his first two years with Andrew Walter at the helm, Lewis already has 14 this year, including five touchdowns.
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Beating the System

Lupe Tovar, now 23, moved out five years ago and set off to make a life for herself. Fresh out of high school, the psychology major found an apartment near ASU and started classes at Scottsdale Community College to get her prerequisites out of the way.

She eventually transferred to ASU, joining multicultural clubs and working at the dean's office in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
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Funny Man

Colin Quinn, probably best known for his work on "Saturday Night Live" in the late 1990s and Comedy Central's "The Colin Quinn Show," will be at Tempe Improv Thursday Oct. 6 through Sunday Oct. 9.
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Attraction: Scalpel Slaves

Although public relations junior Rachel Charlupski just recently turned 21, she has already had six bouts of cosmetic surgery, all involving her nose, and has another planned for December.
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