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Students recognized as 'pioneers'
Lee Kauftheil / THE STATE PRESS
DOWNTOWN DEVILS | Vice Provost and Dean of Student Affairs Kevin Cook gave the closing remarks at the Dynamic Downtown Devils award ceremony. ASU Downtown students were recognized as pioneers at the first student leaders and employee award ceremony Tuesday afternoon.

New officers to head advisory group
The Student Government Advisory Board (SGAB) announced its new officers for the 2008-2009 school year Monday and started discussing the preliminaries regarding a downtown constitution, SGAB members said.

Get-tough DUI bill gets tougher
A get-tough DUI bill was recently amended to be even tougher and could be signed into law as early as the end of the week.

Fire consumes vacant Mill Ave. home
Bettina Hansen / THE STATE PRESS
Firefighters work to put out the last of a fire that destroyed an abandoned house on Seventh Street and Mill Avenue Tuesday. Smoke and flames consumed a small white and green house near Mill Avenue on Seventh Street Tuesday evening.

USG turns to profs for help with fighting textbook prices
Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS
Film sophomore David McKenzie buys a last minute book for a spring class inside the Tempe Campus Book Store Tuesday. Members of the Undergraduate Student Government are taking action to combat the rising costs of textbooks on campus - by e-mail.

Massacre hits home for one
ASU student

Olivier Douliery / ABACAUSA.COM
REMEMBER | Tens of thousands of students attend a candlelight vigil to remember, as well as support, the Virginia Tech Community Tuesday at Virginia Tech University in Blackburg, Va. a day after a 23-year-old student shot 32 people to death Monday before committing suicide. Two days after the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history, the nation grieves, students turn to the Web to offer support and authorities work to figure out 'Why?'

Police Beat
A 19-year-old female ASU student reported her vehicle had been broken into at Parking Structure 5 Tuesday afternoon.

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.

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