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Trevor Papasodora-Beard said he would try again to get back on the football team after finishing 12 credit hours at a community college over the summer. Trevor said he misses the bond between the players during his time on the team.


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Tempe mayor Mark Mitchell discusses projects and improvements ASU and the City of Tempe have worked on and will continue to grow on Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017.


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Mayor Mark Mitchell talks about the countless projects and improvements ASU and the City of Tempe have worked on and will continue to grow in the future on Sunday, October 8, 2017.


A view of the Biodesign Institute on the Tempe campus. The ASU and Banner Health alliance plans to bring together Banner’s clinical research projects and brain and body donation programs that connect brain and body symptoms the more technical research done by ASU.


Mayor Mark Mitchell talks about the countless projects and improvements ASU and the City of Tempe have worked on and will continue to grow in the future on October 8, 2017.



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Trevor Papasodora-Beard, a former ASU football player who was kicked off from the team is now homeless and trying to get back to school in the fall.


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Trevor Papasodora-Beard spent the last two weeks sleeping at his friend’s place on a mattress. Prior to residing at his friend’s living room, Trevor was living in his car a couple of times a week.


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Student government election results were announced on Friday, April 4, 2014. A runoff between Tempe presidential candidates Cassidy Possehl (third from left) and Emily McCaleb (fifth from left) will take place on Wednesday, April 9.


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USG Tempe presidential candidates Emily McCaleb (left) and Cassidy Possehl (right) pose for a photograph on Sunday, April 6, 2014. McCaleb or Possehl must attain a 50% majority vote to win the runoff election.


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