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USG president's pay suspended

Undergraduate Student Government President Yaser Alamoodi faced another setback last week when his pay was suspended.

Senate President Cledwyn Jones said Alamoodi's check was put on hold after he failed to nominate three Associated Students of ASU Supreme Court Justices by Oct. 1.

Blogging for profit

Blogging -- once a medium for personal online journaling -- continues to edge its way into the business arena as mainstream moneymakers for large companies, advertisers and Internet users.

Hike through Tempe campus looks at safety

ASU officials drew up a laundry list of chores for Facilities Management over the course of a 2-mile trek around the southern half of the Tempe campus Monday night.
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Hoops: ASU shaken, not stirred

Consistency can be tough to find while a young team works out its kinks.

The ASU men's basketball team showed its age Monday night as the streaky Sun Devils pounced on the University of Alberta Golden Bears early in the 85-54 exhibition blowout.
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Hoops: Trio more than serviceable at point guard

The departure of senior point guard Jason Braxton left the ASU basketball brass wondering if there would be someone who could step up and replace him.
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In a Strange Land

A bustling community exists at the Arcadia Palms apartment complex in Phoenix. Residents visit each other while their small children play on an old swing set in the courtyard. But when their mothers call them to come inside, they don't do it in English.

More than 10 Somalian refugee families live at the apartment complex. While one newly arrived family moves a blue mattress and an orange couch into their new home, Ayan Abdi and her family sit in their living room watching a surfing movie.
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Arizona composer reinterprets a classic

Described as dark and even scary, the new opera by Arizona composer Kenneth LaFave illustrates a dysfunctional family coping with life in the Great Depression era.

ASU Herberger Mainstage Lyric Opera Theatre will premiere the work, "American Gothic," Nov. 18-19 at the Evelyn Smith Music Theatre.
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The G Book: Unlikely Entrepreneurs

The situation couldn't have been more stereotypical: Two college-age guys sit on their porch, with $7 between them, trying to think of a way to get money for beer.
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