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Problems persist in University payroll system
More than 3,300 ASU employees are still experiencing payroll problems, but University officials say they are working to correct the problem.

It's not easy being green
Morgan Bellinger / THE STATE PRESS
SUSTAINABILITY | Students walk by The Biodesign Institute, which was recently awarded for its energy efficiency. For all new buildings on campus, being green is not a choice it's a requirement.

Leave the training wheels
Jeffrey Lowman / THE STATE PRESS
SIGN LANGUAGE| A bicyclist rides by a traffic safety sign east of the Language and Literature Building on the Tempe campus Monday. ASU Police will be stepping up enforcement of local bike laws over the coming weeks. Traffics laws aren't just for motorists.

Police Beat
A 36-year-old Mesa woman was arrested Saturday evening on charges of first-degree trespassing, police reported.

Study: Women more likely to read textbooks
Branden Eastwood / THE STATE PRESS
A BOOK ON WHAT?| Book store employee Lorin Muvayestewa helps Jonna Mannion, an undeclared freshman, search for books during the chaotic first day of classes at ASU Monday. A Y-chromosome separates a man from a woman, and according to a recent study, it could also separate those who use their textbooks from those who don't.

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