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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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EdR Completes Purchase of Community at Arizona State University

Sep 16, 2014 • MarketWatch
... a leader in the development, ownership and management of high-quality collegiate housing, today announced the completion of its purchase of The District on Apache — a collegiate housing community serving Arizona State University (ASU) in Tempe, Az. More

Arizona State University and New America announce the creation of the Future ...

Sep 2, 2014 • New America Foundation
Tempe, AZ and Washington, DC – Arizona State University and New America announce the creation of the Future of War project, a new initiative focusing on the profound social, political, economic, and cultural implications of the changing nature of war ... More

Around our schools: Tempe Elementary district

Oct 1, 2014 •
Sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders in the Advancement Via Individual Determinition (AVID) program have been participating in AVID tutorial activities with their Arizona State University tutors. Students are finding it challenging to "have the shoe on ... More

ASU police plan to return surplus M-16 assault rifles

Sep 29, 2014 •
Less than two weeks after it was disclosed Arizona State University had acquired M-16 assault rifles under a government surplus weapons program, ASU officials said Monday they plan to return them. ASU spokeswoman Julie Newberg said the department is ... More

Arizona teacher shortage forces schools to go international

Oct 1, 2014 •
Observers likeDeb Duvall, executive director of the school administrators association, and Mari Koerner, dean of Arizona State University's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, say that because the economy has improved, many are leaving teaching for jobs ... More

Education Department awards $75 million in innovation grants to colleges ...

Sep 30, 2014 • Greenfield Daily Reporter
TEMPE, Arizona — Arizona State University is among 24 colleges and universities nationwide getting a total of $75 million of grants being awarded by the federal Education Department to foster innovation in college value and efficiency. Arizona State's ... More

Regents approve pay increase for ASU President Crow

Sep 26, 2014 •
The Arizona Board of Regents on Friday approved a 20 percent raise in base pay for Arizona State University President Michael Crow that pushes his total annual compensation to nearly $900,000. The $95,000 raise is his first increase in base pay since ... More

Luxury townhomes to be built near ASU Tempe campus

Sep 12, 2014 • Arizona Republic
Construction is scheduled to start this fall on a new 24-unit luxury townhome development blocks from Arizona State University in Tempe. It's called 4 TwentyOneWest for its address on Sixth Street. Townhouses in the project will have three and four ... More

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