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Google searches AZ for new home

Google is searching the Valley for a place to open a new engineering office that will bring hundreds of jobs to the state, the company announced Wednesday at the state capitol.

The search engine giant is in discussion with several Arizona cities for possible locations.

Designer furniture accents tech facility

The futuristic feel of the new Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building is accented by eight oddly-shaped lime-green chairs and two small, round end tables, which together carry a retail value of about $8,000.

High-priced furniture from designer manufacturers such as Herman Miller, Knoll and Steelcase can be found throughout campus in buildings like the Biodesign Institute and the new IST buildings.

Jill Stein, the account development manager for Herman Miller -- the company that manufactures the Nelson end tables found in the new building -- said ASU receives a unique discount with Herman Miller because of their strong relationship. She would not specify the discount because it would jeopardize business with other companies.
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Football: Midseason report - Sun Devils 'so close'

The first half of the season has been a whirlwind for the ASU football team. Junior quarterback Sam Keller may have summed it up best.

"We're just so close," Keller said. "Look at the games we lost - we were right there. We should have closed out the LSU game, we had SC neutralized, and Oregon we just got outplayed, and we played flat. We shouldn't have lost all three of them - that's the thing that stands out. There's such a very fine line between being 6-0 and 3-3."
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Women's golf: Devils settle for second

A field of 14 top-flight college golf programs was reduced to a foot race between two squads Wednesday as Pepperdine edged the ASU women's golf team by a single stroke in Sammamish, Wash.
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Wishful Thinking


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John Tyler watches people walk by him as he sits near the fireplace inside the Memorial Union. He scrounges through his backpack, looking for his Japanese notes so he can study.

His thin body is engulfed by the chair as he searches through his textbook. Tyler takes off his sweat-stained ASU hat and reveals his jet-black hair as he scratches his head. The Japanese class is just one of the classes he is taking to complete a degree in English literature.
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Fashion: Fashion Week

My self-confidence is based on my clothing. My outfits are typically matched and styled for every occasion. I often feel the need to change my clothes a couple of times per day, because after a couple of hours I grow tired of my outfit. It's a sickness, honestly.
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Local Apparel: By Design

One night while propping up the bar at Casey Moore's long time friends Matt Krise and Chuck D. started designing T-shirts on napkins. Twelve months later the pair are the proud proprietors of Spraygraphic Apparel.
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