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Simonhoff, Casher set for run-off

Casher (above), Simonhoff (below) Liz Simonhoff and Shawn Casher won the Undergraduate Student Government general presidential elections, but a disqualified candidate could derail their trip to next week's run-off elections.


In a space abandoned,
now it's all business

Christopher Atwood / THE STATE PRESS
MILL AVENUE MILL: A plane flies over Hayden Flour Mill in downtown Tempe Thursday. The city of Tempe is currently meeting with developers to discuss redeveloping the historic local landmark, which dates back to 1874. Hayden Flour Mill's stark, fire-charred walls stand out among the vibrant and colorful Mill Avenue storefronts that form Tempe's core.

Group protests 'Vagina Monologues'
The Vagina Monologues will be performed at ASU this weekend, but not all students are happy about it.

Business group pushes for meter rate increase
Bettina Hansen / THE STATE PRESS
PARK PLACE: Parking meters like these line the streets of downtown Tempe. The Downtown Tempe Community wants to double the rate per hour to $1.50. A business advocacy group is trying to double downtown Tempe meter rates.



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