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Experts: Grads should keep hope in bleak economic times

When he graduates next month, aerospace engineering senior Blaine Stolpestad hopes to be flying high, even though the economy is in a downward spiral.

More Union funding OKed
The Arizona Board of Regents unanimously supported the Arizona Stimulus Plan for Economic and Education Development a $1.4 billion proposal for University construction at a meeting held at UA on Thursday.

Ad promoting cash donations earns ASU graphic design student... cash
Jeffrey Lowman / THE STATE PRESS
AWARDED IN FIGHT FOR CASH: Graphic design junior Joseph Clay displays his first place-award winning advertisement Thursday from a contest by Public Service Announcement for International Disasters advising to give cash donations to the needy instead of perishable foods. Graphic design junior Joseph Clay thinks there's no such thing as a bad idea.

After decade on the job, Patricia White to step down

Dean Patricia White After serving 10 years as the dean of the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Patricia White will end her term on July 1.

Inaugural medical college dean to exit next week

Dean Ted Shortliffe An interim dean of the UA College of Medicine in Phoenix a partnership between ASU and UA will take over in a week, following the resignation of the current dean, effective May 2.

Police Beat: Man attacks daughter with an aluminum broom
A 50-year-old Tempe man was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of child abuse. Police arrested the man on the 5000 block of South Roberts Road in connection with an incident that happened April 14.

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