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Freshmen should live on campus, Tempe council says

Members of the Tempe City Council said they thought all ASU freshmen should be required to live on campus at their issue review session Thursday. The topic was discussed during a presentation on ASU student housing.

Students shouldn't need to search Tempe neighborhoods for places to live, said Councilman Ben Arredondo. "As ASU grows ... we expect it to grow to meet the needs of their students," Arredondo said.

Hundreds celebrate MU anniversary

Hundreds of ASU community members gathered at the Memorial Union Thursday to join in the celebration of its 50th anniversary.

Students and staff reflected on the building's past and talked about its impact on today's student life.

Researcher: U.S. needs better plan for disasters

Hurricane Katrina was an eye-opener for the United States, said Susan Cutter, director of the Hazards Research Lab at the University of South Carolina.

Cutter spoke to more than 80 students and faculty members Thursday in Coor Hall about natural hazards and their effects on the country, as part of a lecture series hosted by the geography department.
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W Hoops: ASU takes down Stanford

It's fitting that a point guard with the last name January would have ice water running through her veins.

ASU freshman guard Briann January drained four foul shots with less than 30 seconds remaining in regulation as the No. 15 Sun Devils upset No. 11 Stanford, 62-59 Thursday at Wells Fargo Arena.
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Baseball: Baseball to try various changes against Houston

After getting outscored 32-9 at the Coca-Cola Classic and being swept at the event for the first time ever, ASU coach Pat Murphy will shake things up a little for the Sun Devils' three-game series with Houston this weekend.
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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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