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Dear Editor: The Art of the Query

There you have it, dear editor. Submitted to your inbox is the first query letter I have ever written. Wow! That was much easier than I thought. 345 more words

Volunteer POV: Arizona State University Alum Lexi Huth Shares Her Peace Corps Journey

Peace Corps Volunteer and Arizona State University alumna Alexis “Lexi” Huth recently spoke with Southwest Regional Recruiter Sophia Ewing and students at her alma mater via Skype. 134 more words

Education

Dr. Sanchez-Baker from human stories to economic empowerment

Searching for accomplished Latinas, back in October I found the announcement of the LA CIMA Awards, a Week of Tribute to Women in Business and Leadership from the… 692 more words

Empowerment

A Bump In The Road

Every team encounters some form of adversity over the course of a season, and it can appear in many different forms. For the M&G Ballers, it came in the form of a 34-51 defeat at the hands of the Flying Devils. 356 more words

M&G Ballers

Looking Good!

CBE Classic Semifinals – Maryland Men’s Basketball 78, Arizona State 73. Melo Trimble sets freshman single-game scoring record with 31 points. Terps are back in action tomorrow for the CBE Classic Finals on… 65 more words

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New Court, New Country

By Brianna Randazzo
September 19, 2013 at 12:00 am

It’s 6 a.m.

The Arizona sun rises past A Mountain and tired, yet motivated 6’5” Egor Koulechov enters the court to start his day. 1,158 more words

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