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Group clashes with ASU Foundation about spending, hiring of Crow's wife
Deanna Dent / THE STATE PRESS
SPEAKING OUT: Sara Myklebust, a research analyst with the Coalition for Justice at Great Western Erectors speaks to the media about issues concerning pay rates for Foundation employees, as well as the way funds are allocated.  ASU's fundraising organization was the target of criticism the past two days from an activist group citing financial improprieties, but ASU officials said the allegations are bogus.

ASU ranks low in controversial federal funding
As lawmakers and universities continue to tiptoe around the controversial funding practice of earmarks, ASU officials have decided not to apply for these funds, hoping the decision pays off in the future.

Tempe Police seek public's help in finding suspect in Friday's Mill Avenue stabbing

A stabbing victim was still in critical condition Tuesday and Tempe Police are requesting the public's help in finding his assailant.

Kyrgyzstanis attend Arizona court proceedings
Russian delegates from Kyrgyzstan may see their legal structure from a different perspective after they sat in at the Arizona Supreme Court oral arguments this week.

4,000 U.S. deaths in Iraq bring 100 protestors to McCain's office
John Battaglia / THE STATE PRESS
AT McCAIN’S DOOR: Tempe resident Sheila Bateman, the mother of five ASU graduates, protests outside of Sen. John McCain’s office Tuesday evening.  Rustling signs, glowing candles and bowed heads illustrated the feelings of Valley protestors Tuesday night as they gathered in Phoenix to honor America's 4,000 fallen soldiers.

Political science junior seeks College Republican chair

Matt Wharton With the elections for the Arizona Federation of College Republicans on April 12, ASU West political science junior Matt Wharton will be seeking the College Republican chairman position.

Students can cheer, jeer University on campus Web site
Potholes, parking and pepperocinis are just some of the topics Polytechnic Campus students have ranted or raved about on Cheers & Jeers — an online forum featured in the campus's electronic publication, The Insider.

Police Beat:
An 18-year-old male ASU student was arrested on March 17 on suspicion of having consumed alcohol at the Palo Verde West residence hall, police reported.

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