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Want to live in Fairy Duster Hall?


Jon Rondone / THE STATE PRESS
Construction continues on the McAllister Academic Village, which as of Monday will likely be renamed Hassayampa.
Students living on campus next year might be able to tell their friends they live in Jojoba Bush or Fluffgrass Hall.

Residential Life will meet with student representatives today to consider changing the name of McAllister Academic Village. Representatives from the Residence Hall Association and students living in residence halls voted on the name change last week.

Regents debate differential tuition

The Arizona Board of Regents debated amending a proposed differential tuition plan, which would vary tuition by major, at their meeting in the Memorial Union Friday.

Regent President Christina Palacios said the amendments were just potential guidelines for setting differential tuition for the Arizona universities.

Regents approve $279 million for Tempe, Polytechnic construction

The Arizona Board of Regents approved $279 million for new construction projects on the ASU Tempe and Polytechnic campuses at their meeting in the Memorial Union Friday.

Construction at the Tempe campus will include a $19-million facility for the Department of Public Safety.
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W Hoops: Late run lifts Devils


Joe Rondone / THE STATE PRESS
Emily Westerberg lays up the ball against USC during Saturday's game in Wells Fargo Arena. ASU won the game, 79-72.
It's not that the USC women's basketball team played that poorly down the stretch against ASU on Saturday. The No. 19 Sun Devils just played that well.

ASU converted on seven straight trips down the floor at one point and then hit enough free throws in the final minute for a 79-72 win over the Trojans on Saturday afternoon at Wells Fargo Arena.
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Wrestling: Sooners drop Devils

The ASU wrestling team's winning streak was finally put to rest as No. 10 Oklahoma came away with a 29-13 win inside Howard McCasland Field House on Friday. The Sooners (8-4-1) have now defeated ASU twice in a row in Norman.
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Different Strokes


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A scattering of regular patrons mills about the dimly lit room, stopping to chat at the edge of the small stage. Some wander into the side room to view the black and white photos of women in g-strings and oil paintings of two nude women in seductive embraces.

The Paper Heart gallery is calm on this third Thursday of the month. This is the night where the artists who currently have their work on display at the gallery come together, chatting casually at the beer and wine bar. Chatting with them is the gallery's owner, who seems part artist, part rocker with his straight, dark, shoulder-length hair and his bright red jacket.
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Sex: Banging in the Bathroom

Although it is a slow night at Maloney's Tavern in Tempe, a small line is beginning to form outside the women's restroom as four women impatiently wait for their turns. A man walking into the men's room across from them yells, "Hey is there sex in there?" His cackles echo as he closes the door to the men's room.
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Dating: Foreign Policy

One week after making his way across the Atlantic, French exchange student Geoffrey Marx met an American girl at a party. He smiled and leaned in, greeting the girl with a kiss on either cheek of the normal French introduction.
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