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Foundation Building renamed


Chris Atwood / THE STATE PRESS
Ira A. Fulton speaks at the renaming ceremony of the ASU Foundation Building Tuesday morning. The building will be named in honor of Fulton, the University's largest contributor.
The blaring brass of the ASU marching band, cheerleaders waving pom-poms and Sparky helped celebrate the renaming of the ASU Foundation Building Tuesday in honor of ASU's most generous donor.

The ceremony for the name change of the Foundation Building to the ASU Fulton Center drew a crowd of about 400 University administrators and Valley leaders. Ira Jackson, president of the ASU Foundation, said the renaming acknowledges the contributions of money and time Ira A. Fulton and his wife, Mary Lou, have made.

Residence halls get keyless entry

Students living on campus have one more reason not to lose their Sun Cards -- without them, students might not be able to get into their residence halls. On-campus residents must now swipe their Sun Card in order to get into their halls and complexes.

ASU hosts state's highest court

The Arizona Supreme Court heard arguments on death penalty and irrigation issues Tuesday in front of more than 400 ASU law students packed into the College of Law. "The annual event gives students the chance to see wonderful justices asking tough questions of our best lawyers," said Patricia White, dean of ASU's Law School.

Witnesses describe hit-and-run at trial

Eyewitnesses took the stand Tuesday to describe the September collision that left a Mesa man dead during the first full day of testimony in a former ASU student's hit-and-run trial Tuesday. Reem Bishara, 20, is charged with leaving the scene of a fatal accident. The prosecution's first witness, Justin Monnin, was working as a cashier at a gas station near Alma School and Baseline roads Sept. 14.
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Q&A with Ike Diogu


Rocky Widner / NBA Entertainment
Ike Diagu, seen here against the Portland Trailblazers is in his first season with the Golden State Warriors.
Glance up at the rafters at Wells Fargo Arena, and there isn't a retired jersey to be found. There are viable candidates to be sure -- Byron Scott, Eddie House, Fat Lever -- but one at the top of the list would be ASU's most recent star: Ike Diogu.

Considered one of the most productive players ever in college basketball, Diogu compiled an impressive resume as ASU's main offensive threat for three seasons. For his 91 career games played as a Sun Devil, Ike scored in double figures every time he stepped out on the court.
SPORTS

Football: Defensive line enters spring with 'chip on our shoulders'

In 2005, ASU registered a Pac-10 low 22 sacks, but with a few new faces moving up the depth chart and a new defensive line coach, the Sun Devils hope to be putting opposing quarterbacks into the turf a little more often.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Screw booze and boobs; Students get a chance to give back to state on Alternative Spring break

Twenty-six ASU students spent Spring Break doing more than beach bronzing and booze cruising.

Participants in ASU's two Alternative Spring Break programs spent their time off doing community-service work in rural Arizona.
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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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Happy Housewives

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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