Beaté Jones holds a pose before she starts her floor routine on Sunday afternoon during the Gym Devils’ match against Illinois. (Photo by Beth Easterbrook)
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Swimmers take the plunge into chilly Tempe Town Lake and swim to the starting line Sunday morning at the Ironman Arizona. (Photo by Beth Easterbrook)
Opinions clashed Tuesday night at the Tempe Undergraduate Student Government senate meeting over a proposed student fee increase.
Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed a bill Monday that would have allowed guns on college and university campuses.
After passing in both the state Senate and House, a bill making it legal to carry firearms on college campuses moved to the governor’s desk Tuesday morning.
Student body presidents at ASU are preparing to decide if the student program fee will increase next year from $25 to $75.
A bill that would allow students and faculty to carry firearms on campus is continuing to make its way through the state Legislature.
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After seven months of preparing, waiting and wondering, three ASU students have earned a place among the 2011 Harry S. Truman Scholarship finalists.