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Seals and sea lions probably distributed tuberculosis to humans around the globe

“You sneezed on me!”

Scientists who study tuberculosis have long debated its origins. New research shows that tuberculosis likely spread from humans in Africa to seals and sea lions that brought the disease to South America and transmitted it to Native people there before Europeans landed on the continent.

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Week 1 Stock Up/ Stock Down

Nicholas Chavez and Grant Hawkins also contributed to this article.


Anu Solomon (Arizona)

What quarterback controversy? Arizona was seen as having one of the more unstable quarterback situations going into the 2014 season in the Pac-12 with no clear cut starter, but redshirt freshman Anu Solomon got his chance in the first game and took advantage of it. 775 more words


Pac-12 Week 2 Power Rankings

The power rankings are compiled through a point system using lists from Nicholas Chavez, Grant Hawkins, and Cameron Schott.

1. Oregon (Previous: 1)

Result: Win, 62-13 vs. 770 more words


Girl From Arizona State University Drinks Straight From The Bottle In Student Section (Photo)

Arizona State gets down. No really, they party like nobody else in the country. Maybe it’s the desert heat or maybe liquor is cheaper. Either way, last weekend, 400 people were arrested due to partying too hard! 78 more words


Arizona State Rolls Over Weber State

Arizona State rolled to a 45-14 win over Weber State to start off their season, and it was really a three headed offensive attack that put away the game in the first half. 576 more words