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MU construction projects to dish up new food options

Students heading to the Memorial Union for Mediterranean food and sub sandwiches may be out of luck for the rest of the semester.

Several facilities in the MU, including the Corner Market, Mediterranean Cafe and Sub Connection, are being renovated to prepare for increased traffic from the new mandatory meal plan.

Condo conversion craze hits Tempe

Condo conversion, or the process of converting an apartment or another space into a condominium, is a hot trend across the Valley and is becoming more popular in Tempe, city staff said.

About 600 apartment units in Tempe were converted to condominiums last year said Jay Butler, director of the Arizona Real Estate Center at ASU's Polytechnic campus.

Scholarship gives low-income students an advantage at ASU

If Jen O'Brien had graduated from high school a year earlier, she wouldn't be at ASU.

"I would probably be at [Scottsdale Community College] and working part time," she said.
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Blowout upset ends ASU's season


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The ASU women's basketball bench looks on in the waning moments of Monday's 86-65 loss to Utah in the second round of the NCAA Tournament at the McKale Center in Tucson.
TUCSON -- It was the worst loss of the year for the No. 4-seeded ASU women's basketball team, and it came at the worst time.

With a late performance resembling stale bread, ASU crumbled in the final 10 minutes of regulation as No. 5-seeded Utah went on a 25-8 run through the final six minutes, sealing an 86-65 victory over ASU in second round action of the NCAA Tournament at the McKale Center.
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W Hoops: Deep bench not enough against Utah in NCAA second round

TUCSON -- Fresh legs were unable to make the difference for ASU Monday in its second-round loss to Utah in the NCAA Tournament.
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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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Arizona bands infiltrate South By Southwest music festival in Texas

While you were on the beach in Rocky Point, the city of Austin, Texas, shut down some streets and opened the doors of 55 downtown venues to more than 1,300 bands and nearly 10,000 spectators last week, including some of Arizona's finest live acts.
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Emo Culture: Girly Men

A young couple holds hands as they weave through the crowd of other teenagers at a concert. They are wearing matching black puffy jackets with fur-trimmed hoods.
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