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Dome still without a home
Jamie Scharer / THE STATE PRESS
GOLD DOME DECROWNED: A Core Construction worker expains the system that holds the dome together now that it is no longer a cieling.  The dome was removed February 2007.  A former Tempe landmark that was displaced last year is still homeless, and plans for its future are up in the air.

Remembering Virginia Tech
Bettina Hansen / THE STATE PRESS
SHOWING SUPPORT: Students gathered on Hayden Lawn last year, Apr. 19, 2007,  for a candelight vigil to honor and remember the students affected by the Virginia Tech tragedy. April 16 marks the one-year anniversary of the Virginia Tech shooting, and many ASU students are reflecting on their own campus safety

Student asks 'What makes an American?'
John Battaglia / THE STATE PRESS
IDENTITY: Professor Michael Winkelman gives a lecture on how different racial and economic groups across the country develop Tuesday evening in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change building. For white U.S. citizens, the idea of a distinct cultural background can be murky.

Nursing students give back to the community
Photo courtesy of Terry Olbrysh
SAY AAAAH: Students of the clinical on site class at CASS provide primary care treatment such as blood pressure screenings, physicals, and exams in spring of 2007. As part of ASU senior nursing students' community-health clinical rotation, the students spend half of their first semester volunteering in a homeless shelter.

New feature added to course evaluations
Once again, the College of Human Services (CHS), College of Teacher Education and Leadership (CTEL), and New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences (NCAIS) at the West campus will be stressing to students the importance of participating in online course evaluations.

Valley business leader talks to Poly students
Mark Coats, a chief software engineer for Scottsdale-based General Dynamics, is the latest industry leader to present his work to ASU students as part of the Advanced Technology and Innovation Center's colloquium series.

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