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Above you, stars flicker; in front of you, the screen
Hundreds of people crowded the ASU Art Museum plaza with their lawn chairs and blankets Saturday to watch 24 short films underneath the stars at the 11th Annual ASU Art Museum Short Film and Video Festival.

It was all the pink tie
Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS
2007 MR. ASU | Kinesiology freshman and Palo Verde Main resident Will Roberts receives his crown and trophy as Mr. ASU 2007 Friday.  Mr. P.V. Main likes salsa dancing. Mr. Center won his fifth grade spelling bee. Mr. Manzy plays cricket.

Clinton taps prof for help courting Hispanic vote
Presidential candidate Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., is looking to an ASU professor for help with her campaign and courting the Hispanic community.

'We just want to be visible'
Photo courtesy of Carlos Chavarria
PRIDEFUL | Members of the ASU chapter of Sigma Phi Beta, the only U.S. gay-straight-allied fraternity, march in the Phoenix Pride Parade Saturday. Third Street was decorated in rainbow colors, and drag queens marched in a parade Saturday afternoon, all as part of the Phoenix Pride Festival.

Police Beat
An 18-year-old Tempe man was arrested on the 1800 block of South Lewis Drive Thursday afternoon on charges of arson, criminal damage, possession of drug paraphernalia and being under 21 with alcohol in the body.

Ariz. Ironman races through Tempe
Bettina Hansen / THE STATE PRESS
By water Rutger Beke, a lean, sinewy runner, threw his hands in the air and pumped his fist as he broke the tape at the end of Tempe's third annual Ironman Triathlon.

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