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Rape victim files lawsuit against ASU

ASU and members of the Athletic Department are facing their second lawsuit in less than a month.

A civil lawsuit was filed in Maricopa Superior Court March 10 by an ASU female student alleging members of the athletic department had knowledge of former football player Darnel Henderson's history of sexual harassment, but failed to take action before he allegedly raped her.

Basketball coach Rob Evans dismissed

After months of speculation, the verdict is in: ASU men's basketball coach Rob Evans will not return next season.

The decision came after an hour-long meeting between Evans and ASU Athletic Director Lisa Love on March 10, just two days after the Sun Devils were bounced from the first round of the Pac-10 Tournament.

Phoenix voters OK $184 million to fund ASU's Downtown Campus

Voters approved $184 million in funding for ASU's Downtown Phoenix Campus Tuesday. Proposition 3, which will fund ASU's campus and other education and health facilities, was one of seven bond issues approved by Phoenix voters. Almost 50,000 votes - about 63 percent - were cast in favor of Proposition 3, according to unofficial results released by the city Tuesday night.
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W Hoops: Smooth sailing for Devils in first round

The ASU women's basketball team sealed victory Saturday by doing something it failed to accomplish in the Pac-10 Tournament -- get out to a fast start.

ASU never gave Stephen F. Austin a chance in its 80-61 win in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament at the McKale Center.
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Wrestling: ASU takes sixth nationally

After the dust settled at the Ford Center in Oklahoma City, the ASU Wrestling team emerged with a national placement and All-American honors.

For the second year in a row, Coach Thom Ortiz led the Sun Devils to a top-six finish, as the team finished in sixth place nationally with a score of 61.5 points. Oklahoma State scored 122.5 points for its fourth consecutive team title.
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Happy Housewives


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Marina Mercer has already done more by 11:00 a.m. than some students do all day. The nursing freshman is on the women's volleyball team, and has to practice every morning for two or three hours.
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Lustful: Self Love

One Thursday in early February, two trainers sit at the desk of the SRC weight room. It's a slow morning and to pass time one reads the police beat section of The State Press out loud.
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Local Limelight: Q & A with Desole

The members of Tempe sextet Desole (pronounced day-so-lay) is gearing up for the biggest day of their musical careers. Tomorrow is the release party of their debut album A Story to Tell, a gutsy 10-track offering of radio-friendly rock.

Still in their underwear one morning a few days before the show, SPM averted its eyes and talked Gallic.
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