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Rumors swirl around ASU Web site
A major Internet company rumored to be Google has chosen ASU to test a new product that will be publicly launched later this year.

Gay studies certificate will return in spring
ASU faculty and students decided to get one thing straight the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender studies program will continue again next spring despite fall semester setbacks.

Doctor or lawyer? Three ASU students are becoming both
Morgan Bellinger / THE STATE PRESS
LONG ARM OF LAW: Gary Merchant, Law professor and Executive Director for the Center for the Study of Law, Science, and Technology, poses between the bookshelves in the back of his office. A post-graduate degree program at ASU that offers students the chance to become a doctor and a lawyer has enrolled a record number of students this year: three.

Citizen journalists are the future, author says
While an everyday person can report the news in today's society, citizen journalists could be subjected to more legal consequences in the future, said a former columnist for the San Jose Mercury News.

Territorial Prison Park looks for boost from '3:10 to Yuma'
In the Hollywood blockbuster "3:10 to Yuma," a down-on-his-luck rancher attempts to deliver an outlaw to the territorial prison here.

Police Beat
A 17-year-old female ASU student reported that a man unlawfully stole her identity on Sept. 12 by opening bank accounts at Chase Bank in Miami, Fla., by using her social security number, police reported.

'Your voice makes a difference to the people of Darfur'
Andrea Bloom
HELP DARFUR: Chol Ajak Ayuen answers questions at the Voices for Darfur presentation. Daoud Hari knows what it's like to be a refugee. He knows what it's like to flee from his own government, and what it's like to be imprisoned and tortured.

Sun Devils ditch horns for Halo
Branden Eastwood / THE STATE PRESS
HELLO HALO: Game Crazy manager Dan Hendrix gives directions to customers who came out to buy Halo 3 at midnight Tuesday.
Halo 3 fanatics were out in full force Tuesday at midnight waiting to get their hands on the game's final installment.

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