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Re-opened MU likely won't have ramps for wheelchairs
ASU President Michael Crow has indicated he has doubts about upgrading wheelchair access to the lower levels of the Memorial Union despite the problems encountered by four wheelchair users trying to evacuate during the Nov. 1 fire.

Local residents start group for deeper conversation
A Monday night trip to the bookstore is more about crossing boundaries than buying the latest bestseller for some Tempe residents.

Presidents meet to talk climate change
Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS
SOME LIKE IT HOT: Dean of the College of Engineering and Natural Sciences at NAU Dr. Laura Huenneke speaks during a panel discussion held on climate change at Tempe’s campus Monday. The evidence for global warming is undeniable and the only hope for maintaining a quality of life requires adaptation, according to officials from the state's three public universities Monday.

Rising gas prices pinching students' pockets
Morgan Bellinger
PIPE DREAMS: Gas hauler Ernie Medina of Peoria packs gear into his 8,700 gallon truck after filling the tanks at the Shell station at the corner of University Drive and Rural Road in Tempe Monday evening. With gas prices hovering around $3 a gallon and expected to rise across the Valley, students are either resorting to different means of winter break transportation, or are suffering a hit to their holiday funds.

Police Beat
A 19-year-old Tempe woman was arrested Thursday night on the 5000 block of South Mill Avenue on charges of possession of narcotic drugs, using a fake ID to gain entry to a bar, displaying the license of another and providing false information, according to the police report.

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