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Student activist nabs regent spot

Ed Hermes was named the new student member of the Arizona Board of Regents Tuesday afternoon, filling the position left vacant after the previous regent resigned in September.

"I'm elated," Hermes said. "I think it'll start sinking in when I begin working with the Regents." Gov. Janet Napolitano signed off on Hermes' nomination after an application process that included a written statement and interviews with policy advisers from her office.

Councilwoman opts out of upcoming election

Tempe City Councilwoman Pam Goronkin announced recently she would not seek a second term on the council, saying she needed to support her husband's recent job change.

Students become the teachers

Brent Maddin never dreamed of being a teacher. Now he can't imagine his life without teaching. A 1999 biology and society graduate of ASU, Maddin applied for a program he heard about from an acquaintance at a party -- a postgraduate opportunity called Teach for America.

"I will forever be a teacher," Maddin said. "I'll be involved in schools for the rest of my life."
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Football: A lot on the line in Eugene, Ore.

It's time for another Pacific Northwest intrastate showdown, as Oregon (9-1, 6-1) hosts Oregon State (5-5, 3-4) Saturday in a game with large postseason implications for both teams.

Oregon has won six straight games since its loss to USC in September and two straight without quarterback Kellen Clemens.
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Golf: Fall season full of birdies and bogeys

After four events and nearly two months of competition, the ASU men's golf team finds itself heading into the winter break in a familiar spot.
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New exhibit showcases graduate artwork

A new art exhibition on display in the Graduate Student Center is representing the kind of work graduate students are producing.

The Graduate and Professional Student Association created this exhibition to celebrate the grand opening of the Student Graduate Center on Oct. 21, as well as to display the artists of the University.
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Stripped: Private Dancer

Luke Lowrey talks about his three-year career as a stripper like it was a typical part-time job.

"I never thought I would be doing it this long," he says, flashing his straight white teeth.
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Local Limelight: Q&A with Ember Coast

Tempe's resident melodic rock band Ember Coast enjoys spending quality time with the Cartoon Network. When the members aren't in front of the TV, the band is promoting its new album, Up.

Ember Coast's members are singer Sean Brennan, guitarist Nathan Hardy, bassist Jason Hardy and drummer Ethan Pajak. SPM caught up with Brennan and Nathan Hardy to discuss cartoons, comics and refrigerator must-haves.
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