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Spring Break: Las Vegas

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Wednesday, February 24, 2010
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Las Vegas has seen more college students spend their spring breaks in Sin City the past few years.

Student claims he was assaulted by group of men outside Vista del Sol

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Wednesday, February 24, 2010
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ALLEGING ASSAULT: An ASU student claims he was assaulted by six men this month outside Domino’s Pizza at Vista del Sol on the Tempe campus.(Photo by Scott Stuk)

Faint tinges of bruised, black and yellow skin under his left eye conceal a metal plate permanently grafted to his fractured skull, but this didn’t stop business communication junior Billy Golden fr

Contest snaps shots of student, campus life

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Wednesday, February 24, 2010
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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.

ASU partners with Smithsonian Institute for Panama research

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Wednesday, February 24, 2010
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NEW PARTNERS: Robert Page is the director of a new program created by the recent partnering of ASU and the Smithsonian Institute. This new program will allow students to participate in fieldwork in (Photo Courtesy of Robert Page)

Students and faculty members now have the chance to conduct research in Panama through a new partnership with the Smithsonian Institute.

University aiming to be carbon neutral by 2025

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Wednesday, February 24, 2010
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REDUCING CARBON FOOTPRINT: President Crow announced the university's Carbon Neutrality Plan, which would include increasing the number of solar panels on campus. The plan states that by the end of 2025, ASU expects to achieve a 100% carbon neutral environment. (Photo by Jessica Weisel)

A new environmental plan proposed by ASU aims to reduce the Universityís carbon footprint over the next few decades, with the goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2025.