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Gun bill OKed by Rules Committee
The debate over guns in schools heated up on March 10, when the Senate Rules Committee approved a bill that would allow concealed weapons to be carried on Arizona community college and university campuses.

ASU models to help fix nuclear plant problems
THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS: (from left) Professor Harindra Fernando, project engineer Leonard Montenegro, and senior machinist Dave Gillespie are seen through a saddle block that connects piping to the main chamber of a nuclear reactor model being built at ASU.  ASU researchers are putting the finishing touches on a large-scale nuclear reactor model at the Tempe campus.

Hallman, Mitchell retain positions
Tempe's community election forums may have been a deciding factor for the votes City Council candidates received in last week's city primaries.

$10,000 offered for information on cause of Memorial Union fire
Cameron Riley Barnes / FOR THE STATE PRESS
WHODUNIT: A Nov. 1 fire at the Memorial Union closed the building for more than two months. 
ASU officials announced last week a cash reward of up to $10,000 is being offered for information about who caused the Memorial Union fire on Nov. 1.

Jumps in room, meal plan costs for new freshmen
Incoming ASU freshmen better start saving up. These students will be facing more expensive room and board rates next semester, following rate increases for University student housing and meal plans approved by the Arizona Board of Regents March 17.

Police Beat: Woman goes to nightclub, leaves child home alone
A 22-year-old Tempe woman was arrested on the 1100 block of West Baseline Road in the early morning of March 10 on suspicion of child abuse, police reported.

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