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Tempe

Privacy policy, student request prevented University from investigating reported rape

Published On:
Friday, February 26, 2010
(2.26) Sigma Chi
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SIGMA CHI: The investigation into an alleged rape at the Sigma Chi fraternity in 2008 is on going. Because of Arizona private policy laws in cases involving sexual assault, the student bringing charges against another can not have their identity revealed. (Photo by Nikolai de Vera)

Police Beat

Published On:
Friday, February 26, 2010

ASU Police reported the following incidents Thursday:

City Council candidates at ASU

Published On:
Thursday, February 25, 2010
02-25-10 council

The city council of Tempe participated in a informational session at ASU to educate students on the importance of voting.

Camp to promote community involvement for youth

Published On:
Friday, February 26, 2010

To combat low civic engagement among Arizona’s youth, ASU’s Center for Civic Engagement and Leadership will begin a new summer camp to get kids involved in the community.

Downtown

Spring Break: Las Vegas

Published On:
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
02-24-10 vegas

Las Vegas has seen more college students spend their spring breaks in Sin City the past few years.

Contest snaps shots of student, campus life

Published On:
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
(2.24) Photo Competition
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SAY CHEESE: Members of the ASU photo competition committee, (from left) Tanner Woodford, Tanya Amos, Natalie Goebig and Cindi Farmer review student submissions prior to the March 7th deadline. Students may submit their photos to compete for a $500 first place prize. (Photo by Michael Arellano)

Students can win money just by taking photos of friends and places at campus.

City of Phoenix plans to buy land near Downtown campus for $6.25M

Published On:
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
(2.24) Motel
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PLANNED FOR EXPANSION: The former site of a Ramada Inn near the Downtown campus could be used to expand ASU’s classroom space or as the new location of the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. (Photo by Molly Smith)

The city of Phoenix is expected to close a $6.25 million deal Friday to buy property near the Downtown campus that will be used partly to develop new ASU facilities, a city official said.

Downtown club connecting students with physical, mental health resources

Published On:
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
(2.24) DPCAware
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NEW CLUB: Nursing majors sophomore Cassandra Isme (right) and freshman Bethany Levy talk about plans for this semester for DPCAware. (Photo by Molly Smith)

A new group on the Downtown campus plans to promote physical and mental health by training students to mentor and speak with peers about healthy living.

Thousands of ASU students not paying for light rail

Published On:
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
02-23-10 light rail sptv

A label inaccuracy on the U-Pass has thousands of ASU students riding the Phoenix Valley Metro light rail for free.

West

Spring Break: Las Vegas

Published On:
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
02-24-10 vegas

Las Vegas has seen more college students spend their spring breaks in Sin City the past few years.

Contest snaps shots of student, campus life

Published On:
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
(2.24) Photo Competition
Image Caption:
SAY CHEESE: Members of the ASU photo competition committee, (from left) Tanner Woodford, Tanya Amos, Natalie Goebig and Cindi Farmer review student submissions prior to the March 7th deadline. Students may submit their photos to compete for a $500 first place prize. (Photo by Michael Arellano)

Students can win money just by taking photos of friends and places at campus.

Thousands of ASU students not paying for light rail

Published On:
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
02-23-10 light rail sptv

A label inaccuracy on the U-Pass has thousands of ASU students riding the Phoenix Valley Metro light rail for free.

ASU proposes tuition increase, $1,025 surcharge

The University released a proposal Friday that calls for an increase in tuition over the next two years, as well as doubling the economic recovery surcharge implemented last fall from $510 per year fo

Polytechnic

Crow talks tuition in Polytechnic student forum

Published On:
Thursday, February 25, 2010
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OPEN FORUM: ASU President Michael Crow spoke at a forum Tuesday afternoon on the Polytechnic campus and answered students’ questions on the University’s budget. (Photo by Jessica Weisel)

In the most-attended open forum to date, President Michael Crow spoke to students across ASU’s four campuses Wednesday from the Polytechnic campus, addressing student concerns about tuition increase

Spring Break: Las Vegas

Published On:
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
02-24-10 vegas

Las Vegas has seen more college students spend their spring breaks in Sin City the past few years.

Contest snaps shots of student, campus life

Published On:
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
(2.24) Photo Competition
Image Caption:
SAY CHEESE: Members of the ASU photo competition committee, (from left) Tanner Woodford, Tanya Amos, Natalie Goebig and Cindi Farmer review student submissions prior to the March 7th deadline. Students may submit their photos to compete for a $500 first place prize. (Photo by Michael Arellano)

Students can win money just by taking photos of friends and places at campus.

Thousands of ASU students not paying for light rail

Published On:
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
02-23-10 light rail sptv

A label inaccuracy on the U-Pass has thousands of ASU students riding the Phoenix Valley Metro light rail for free.

ASU proposes tuition increase, $1,025 surcharge

The University released a proposal Friday that calls for an increase in tuition over the next two years, as well as doubling the economic recovery surcharge implemented last fall from $510 per year fo