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University gender gap growing

After generations of being a minority on college campuses, women -- both at ASU and nationwide -- have become the dominant sex.

In the last 10 years, the enrollment gap between men and women has widened at ASU, with women now accounting for more than 53 percent of the student population.

Tempe, Cardinals ready to part ways

December 24, 2005, will mark the end of an era. It's the last time fans clad in red and white will file into downtown Tempe, the last time an NFL team name will sprawl across the end zones at Sun Devil Stadium and the last time the Cardinals will run onto the ASU field.

January 2006 will bring an end to another Tempe tradition, the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, as both events move west to Glendale, into the new Cardinals stadium, taking hundreds of thousands of fans and their revenue with them.

Students speak out on rental issues

Student members of Tempe's Ad Hoc Rental Housing Task Force said city codes restricting unrelated people living together were problematic and unfair during the committee meeting Tuesday.
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Football: Herring, Walter-White to join track team in spring

While football coach Dirk Koetter was recruiting freshman tailback Keegan Herring from Peoria High School last season, there were several other college coaches looking at him, as well.

However, one of them wasn't a football coach. It was ASU track and field coach Greg Kraft. "The track team was involved a little in his recruitment as a high school student-athlete," Kraft said.
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Golf: Wilma affects play

Blustery weather leftover from Hurricane Wilma toyed with golfers at the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational Tuesday outside of Orlando, Fla. Shutting down tournament play all day Monday wasn't enough to eliminate poor conditions as Tuesday's wind forced final-round scores to skyrocket.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Visiting musician to play with ASU jazz band

When it comes to the saxophone, Chris Vadala is well versed in everything from soprano to baritone.

Vadala, who is known for performances with Grammy-winning artists such as Chuck Mangione, Dizzy Gillespie and Quincy Jones, is scheduled to play tonight with the ASU Concert Jazz Band.
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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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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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