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Students named to rental task force

Tempe Mayor Hugh Hallman named two ASU students to the city's Ad Hoc Rental Housing Task Force Thursday in an attempt to bring renter and student perspectives to the group.

Hallman said he chose Ed Hermes, a political science senior, and David Eck, who is an aerospace engineering undergraduate, because they had strong resumes and rented single-family homes in Tempe.

Movies and ethics highlight of festival

Movies will take over ASU and downtown Tempe thanks to this weekend's Ethics and Entertainment Conference and Film Festival.

The conference - free for ASU students and faculty - will primarily take place at the Tempe Mission Palms Hotel on Mill Avenue today through Sunday.

It will include ethical discussions, filmmaking workshops, screenings of independent films and the official kick off of ASU's new film degree.

MU advisory board resurrected

Students, staff and community members will once again be involved in running the Memorial Union as MU officials resurrect an advisory board that existed in the building's early days.

Student Development and MU officials are taking applications until Nov. 2 for an advisory board that would create and review MU policies.
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Finding Shelter

On any given night, there are 3,000 homeless men, women and children roaming the streets of Maricopa County, searching for a place to spend the night. For one night, I was among 30 women who found refuge in a temporary shelter.
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$3M engineering arts grant to help establish doctoral program

A $3 million grant from the National Science Foundation is enabling ASU's Arts, Media and Engineering program to establish an innovative interdisciplinary Ph.D. program.

Awarded to AME Oct. 1, the grant will fund graduate fellowships to students who will research and develop projects in experiential media systems.
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Science: You Are Getting Sleepy

Hypnotherapist Irene Conlan operates out of her Scottsdale condominium, and while her office has plenty of family pictures, there's a conspicuous absence of scary spirals and ticking timepieces.

Conlan laughs when asked about mind control.

"People will not do anything in hypnosis that they won't do out of it," she says.
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