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It's all business for the rest of us
For students who have always wanted to learn how to run a business but weren't interested in making it their major, there is now a solution.

Tempe fire requests emergency funding for new truck
Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS
UNDERFUNDED | The Tempe Fire Department has submitted an emergency request to the Tempe City Council asking approximately half a million dollars for a new fire truck.  The Tempe City Council will vote on the issue Thursday. The Tempe Fire Department is struggling to keep aging trucks on the street and is requesting nearly half a million dollars in emergency funds to purchase a new pumping engine.

Forget upcoming finals, de-stress on campus
If the mere thought of finals is stressing you out already, head over to the Union Ballroom at ASU's Polytechnic Campus today. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. learn and indulge in the art of relaxation.

For Holocaust victims, a day of remembrance
Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS
YOM HASHOAH | Education psychology graduate student Bryant Jensen observes pieces of the Holocaust Memorial in front of the Memorial Union Monday.  Volunteers lit candles and read victims’ names for Holocaust Remembrance Day. Students lit candles and donned bright yellow Star of David emblems during a solemn commemoration of Holocaust victims Monday.

ASU football player injured in car crash
ASU football player Chad Green was in critical condition at a Scottsdale hospital late Monday where he was treated for injuries he sustained in a traffic accident Sunday.

In wake of campus violence, ASU to review emergency response policies

ASU officials plan to review University emergency response policies following the massacre at Virginia Tech Monday where at least 33 people, including a gunman, were killed in the deadliest shooting in U.S. history.

Bike week offers alternative to the usual morning commute
Each day, more than 15,000 bicyclists descend on Tempe's main campus. On Wednesday, they can feast on a free breakfast.

Two English instructors dropped, despite student pleas
Despite pleas from students, two English department instructors will not return to ASU for the fall semester.

Police Beat
Four male ASU students ages 23, 20, 20 and 19 were arrested at Sun Devil Stadium Saturday morning.

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