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2013-2014 PAC-12 Basketball Preview

Nov 22, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite

2013 PAC 12 Football Preview

Aug 13, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
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Fenimore committed to Houston

Jun 8, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
Bear Fenimore is set to be a Cougar, a Houston Cougar that is. 6’3 234 lbs. Austin (TX) Westwood HS QB Bear Fenimore has given his verbal commitment to Houston but it hasn’t stopped other programs from coming after the signal caller. More

Deboskie hearing from many western schools

Apr 18, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
Kaelin Deboskie seems to be getting plenty of attention although it’s all coming from his area, the 5’9 165 lbs. athlete from Tucson (AZ)’s Salpointe Catholic. More

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Fitch Rates Tempe, AZ's GOs 'AAA'; Outlook Stable

Apr 16, 2015 • Business Wire (press release)
The 'Marina Heights' project is anchored by State Farm insurance regional headquarters and spans 20-acres north of Arizona State University's (ASU) Sun Devil Stadium. Construction is expected to be completed in August 2017. More recently, Northern ... More

Defense chief Ash Carter speaks at Arizona State University

Apr 6, 2015 • ABC15 Arizona
TEMPE, AZ - The Obama administration is opening a new phase of its strategic "rebalance" toward Asia and the Pacific by investing in high-end weapons such as a new long-range stealth bomber, refreshing its defense alliance with Japan and expanding ... More

Bobby Hurley new head coach for men's basketball at Arizona State University

Apr 9, 2015 • ABC15 Arizona (blog)
TEMPE, AZ - Bobby Hurley grew up around basketball, playing for a coaching great who just happened to be his father. He was a feisty point guard who led Duke to consecutive national championships and proved his coaching chops by leading Buffalo to the ... More

ASU wants $320 per-student fee to offset funding cuts

Apr 10, 2015 •
Arizona State University students could take the biggest hit. President Michael Crow proposed a one-time, $320 surcharge for all in-state students to offset some of the $53 million in state funding cuts to ASU. The temporary fee would push in-state ... More

5 young entrepreneurs find debt-free success, credit ASU

Apr 9, 2015 •
As future, current or former Arizona State University students, the following entrepreneurs all credit ASU with helping them achieve their goals, most saying that small successes they had in college gave them the confidence to start their own business ... More

Chabad Starbucks Club: College Students Get Into the Giving Habit

Apr 16, 2015 •
Jonathan Horn is the perfect poster boy for Arizona State University: a freshman, he studies hard, works a part time job at a think tank in Phoenix, and is actively involved in Jewish student community life at ASU. Now Horn has become a donor, making ... More

Prosecutor: Man charged with killing 6-year-old not insane

Apr 15, 2015 • AZFamily
"These were the actions of a man who was doing damage control," the prosecutor said during opening statements at Licon's trial. At the time of the deaths, Licon was a construction management student at Arizona State University and allegedly had an ... More

Man sentenced in case stemming from ASU student's fatal fall

Apr 14, 2015 • AZFamily
A man accused of alcohol-related violations in connection with the fatal fall of an Arizona State University student in 2014 has been sentenced. Maricopa County Superior Court officials say Matthew Farberov was sentenced Tuesday to nine months of ... More

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