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RHA: More options, hours for meal plan
Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS
Q&A: Resident Hall Association Director Jane Christie answers questions about meal plan recommendations submitted to z Aramark during the RHA meeting Thursday. Cost, flexibility and dining hours are among concerns students have about mandatory meal plans, but these campus residents will have to wait a little longer for these worries to be addressed.

Sentence: Death
John Battaglia / THE STATE PRESS
FINAL THOUGHTS: Clarence Dixon reflects while his assisting council speaks to Judge Andrew Klein moments before the jury sentenced him to death Thursday for the 1978 murder of ASU student Deana Bowdoin. After the sentencing, Dixon requested the method of death be changed from lethal injection to lethal gas.
For a crime that took nearly 25 years to solve and a criminal case that spanned five years, the jury of convicted murderer Clarence Wayne Dixon needed fewer than 15 minutes to reach its sentence: death.

More coverage

Grief takes the stand
'A fairly bleak and empty life'
Justice served 30 years later
Residents seek extra protection after strangling (Jan. 20, 1978)
Her friends 'don't understand' (Jan. 19, 1978)
Leads dry up in coed's death (Jan. 17, 1978)
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Counting Crows to rock Tempe on Super Bowl's eve
It's not just Patriots or Giants fans who have something to cheer about when the Super Bowl comes to town. Counting Crows fans now have reason to be excited as well.

Police Beat
A 21-year-old Tempe man was arrested Wednesday morning for child molestation, police reported.

New business, nursing buildings approved
Two key proposals were unanimously approved on Thursday that may result in the expansion of ASU facilities both in Tempe and Downtown Phoenix.

Dean: students need help choosing majors
Chrys Gakopoulos / THE STATE PRESS
NEW APPROACH: In his first three weeks as dean of University College, Frederick Corey has already come up with a plan to help undeclared students select a major.

Undeclared students will get more help with choosing a major if some of the plans of University College's new dean, Frederick Corey, are implemented.

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