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ASU ready to move downtown


Opening with the College of Nursing, the College of Public Programs and the University College, ASU's new Downtown campus will have an initial estimated enrollment of 2,500 students in 2006. The journalism school will follow in 2008.
Plans for ASU's Downtown campus are still moving forward despite recent budget cuts to a proposed bond.

Phoenix's Education Subcommittee recently cut $188 million of an $850 million bond package ASU and the city requested to finance the campus. The city's Executive Committee will determine what items the final package will contain before the Phoenix City Council approves it for a March 14, 2006 citizen vote.

Immigration bill gets mixed reaction

Cracking down on the U.S.-Mexico border, hiring thousands of employees to find companies employing illegal immigrants and allocating millions of dollars to new technology for better surveillance are part of a new anti-immigration bill introduced by Rep. J.D. Hayworth, R-Ariz.

Play transcends cultural limits

Compared to a theatrical acid trip by some students, Herberger Mainstage Theatre's first play of the season awakens a whirlwind of emotions in an intense multilayered performance.

"Orchids in the Moonlight" captures a sense of magical realism in its story of two famous Mexican actresses in the midst of identity crises.

Nursing college raises mental-health awareness

Ryan Antokal has seen first hand how difficult mental illness can be. Antokal, a nursing senior at the Polytechnic campus, has worked with people affected by mental illness as part of his psychological rotations.
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ASU getting strong returns from recruiting investments

Rudy Carpenter knew that he was going to play football after his senior year of high school; he just thought it was going to be for UCLA.

Carpenter had already made up his mind to play for the Bruins months before ASU entered the picture.
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Cross Country: Women's team takes 2nd

In their final tuneup before the Pac-10 Championships, the ASU women's cross country team finished second, while the men finished 17th, at the NCAA Pre-National meet Saturday.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

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.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

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.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

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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