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Bookstore considers book rental program

Students could be paying up to 80 percent less for textbooks if one student has his way.

Richard Sales, Undergraduate Student Government senator for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, said he is working with bookstore management and ASU administration to implement a textbook-rental program.

Students share tales of living with HIV

Shaney McCoy, a psychology senior, talked Wednesday about the challenges she faces every day living with the HIV virus in front of a packed Alumni Lounge at the Memorial Union.

McCoy's talk was part of a series of events Wellness and Health Promotion had organized as part of AIDS Awareness Week.

Student advocates take ASU's views to legislature

A new group on campus is hoping to entice students to lobby their state legislators.

The ASU Advocacy Group teaches students the tools to lobby legislators for higher education, said Shon Zelman, government relations director for Undergraduate Student Government and director of the group.
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W Hoops: Devils attempt conference coup


Deanna Dent / THE STATE PRESS
Kristen Kovesdy and Reagan Pariseau go for the ball in a game earlier this year.
At the start of the season, the ASU women's basketball team stepped onto the hardwood with six new faces, a junior who hadn't played in two seasons and pressure for a Sweet 16 repeat.

Twenty-five games later, the No. 15 Sun Devils are sitting pretty, recently securing their 20th victory for the fourth time in the past six seasons.
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M Hoops: Package deal gives ASU hope for future

It didn't take much for ASU to acquire both of its prized freshmen. Jeff Pendergraph and Sylvester Seay were a package deal.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The Great Divide


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It's Tuesday morning and Amber Guida has just marched into the Hayden Library cafe. The journalism freshman arrived on campus at 8:30 this morning, and this is her only break before 11:00 p.m. when she finishes for the day.

Dressed in a smart pin-stripe jacket and with a cigarette hanging casually between her fingers, Guida appears much older than her 18 years. Sitting down, she lights the cigarette and quickly exhales in one long, exhausted gesture.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

On Stage: New Spaces

Inside an old elementary school, where most people saw nothing but abandoned classrooms and deserted playgrounds, the Empty Space Theatre was born.
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How To Wear It: What you'll want to drop your dollars on this spring

One of the perks of attending ASU is the accessible shopping. From the opening of Here on the Corner in the basement of the Memorial Union, to the upscale boutiques, like Divaz Boutique and Swell Clothing, within walking distance of campus, it's easy for the fashion-obsessed to get distracted from their studies.
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