1. Rare Astronomical Event to Occur June 5th

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    On June 5, Venus will pass between Earth and the Sun and will be visible from Arizona from around 3 p.m. until sunset. This is the last time in your lifetime to witness this rare astronomical event so don’t miss it; it won’t happen again until 2117. Use this rare event as an opportunity to learn a little more about our very own star, the Sun. ASU's "Astro Devils" Astronomy Club will be at Tempe Town Lake from 3 p.m. until sunset on June 5 for the Venus transit. They will have solar telescopes set up and will be handing out solar glasses for the public to view the transit of Venus with. Students will be on hand to answer any questions the public may have about this once-in-a-lifetime event. You can find the sky-watchers at the Tempe Beach Park, located at: 54 West Rio Salado Parkway, Tempe, AZ 85281 You can find out more about this event by visiting the Facebook event page: Transit of Venus.

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    • Rack X Stack 6.2.12

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      Pool Party @ Rack Em Up Pop Up Shop. Rack x Stack specialize in: - APPAREL DESIGN - GRAPHIC DESIGN - ILLUSTRATION - WEB DESIGN - TATTOOS ...We do our own shit! For more info and updates LIKE our facebook page! www.facebook.com/RACKxSTACK

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      • The Real Tomato Show Video Report

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        Video report of the amazing night that happened at Combine Studios (downtown Phoenix AZ) in May 18, 2012 with resident artists from ASU Art Museum, Matteo Rubbi and Miguel Palma.

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        • ASU Softball Team Wins First Game in CWS

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          The ASU Women's Sopftball Team defeated Oregon in the Devil's first game of the College World Series in Oklahoma City. The Sun Devils play again in the winners bracket Friday night at about 6z:30 p.m. on ESPN 2. The ASU team will take on the Alabama Crimson Tide, the second seed in the tournament. ASU is seeded thrid.

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          • Fundraising goal met: ASU to return to Camp Tontozona in 2012

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            An initiative spearheaded by Arizona State University Head Football Coach Todd Graham and Vice President for University Athletics/Athletics Director Steve Patterson, calling to restore the tradition of hosting Sun Devil Football at Camp Tontozona for practice and a scrimmage, has been successful. The football team will return to the famed mountain retreat, located northeast of Payson, Arizona. The campaign – “Return To Camp T” – was launched on April 19 and called for Sun Devil fans, friends, alumni and former players to come together to raise $150,000 for the Sun Devil Club before June 1. That figure was met and the Sun Devils, under first-year coach Todd Graham, will visit the Camp August 14 through 18 with a scrimmage on the final day. “I love the tradition of college football,” says Graham. “That is one of the reasons I coach at the collegiate level. Camp Tontozona is one of the famous icons in the history of college football. I wanted to take my first team there because the tradition begins at Tontozona, just like it did in 1960. Every player, every coach and many fans begin each season in the tall pines northeast of Payson. Coach Frank Kush had a vision. It worked well then and it will again.” “Camp Tontozona united Sun Devil football players from every generation and we wanted to return to that tradition,” says Patterson. “We needed the Sun Devil Football family to unite behind this goal and it did. Our goal with this campaign was to engage as many of our fans as possible to be a part of bringing us back to Camp Tontozona.” Nearly 500 people donated to the campaign, including former players representing the last six decades of Sun Devil Football.

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            • ASU Football Team to Return to Camp Tontozona in 2012

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              An initiative spearheaded by Arizona State University Head Football Coach Todd Graham and Vice President for University Athletics/Athletics Director Steve Patterson, calling to restore the tradition of hosting Sun Devil Football at Camp Tontozona for practice and a scrimmage, has been successful. The football team will return to the famed mountain retreat, located northeast of Payson, Arizona. The campaign – “Return To Camp T” – was launched on April 19 and called for Sun Devil fans, friends, alumni and former players to come together to raise $150,000 for the Sun Devil Club before June 1. That figure was met and the Sun Devils, under first-year coach Todd Graham, will visit the Camp August 14 through 18 with a scrimmage on the final day. “I love the tradition of college football,” says Graham. “That is one of the reasons I coach at the collegiate level. Camp Tontozona is one of the famous icons in the history of college football. I wanted to take my first team there because the tradition begins at Tontozona, just like it did in 1960. Every player, every coach and many fans begin each season in the tall pines northeast of Payson. Coach Frank Kush had a vision. It worked well then and it will again.” “Camp Tontozona united Sun Devil football players from every generation and we wanted to return to that tradition,” says Patterson. “We needed the Sun Devil Football family to unite behind this goal and it did. Our goal with this campaign was to engage as many of our fans as possible to be a part of bringing us back to Camp Tontozona.” Nearly 500 people donated to the campaign, including former players representing the last six decades of Sun Devil Football.

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              • American innovation for sustainability is focus of EPA forum

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                Lek Kadeli, the acting assistant administrator of the EPA Office of Research and Development, noted in this video that the goal of the American Innovation for Sustainability forum was to “facilitate a dialogue, share ideas, foster public and private relationship, to encourage the next generation to continue working on environment innovation.” Also speaking at the forum was ASU President Michael M. Crow, who was introduced by Rob Melnick, executive dean of ASU’s Global Institute of Sustainability. The April 22, 2012, forum in Washington, D.C., was held in conjunction with the EPA’s annual People, Prosperity and the Planet – P3 – competition at the National Sustainable Design Expo. Hundreds of students from American colleges and universities who were participating in the P3 competition were in attendance at the forum, which was presented by the EPA, along with ASU’s Global Institute of Sustainability and media partner, America Public Media’s Public Insight Network (PIN). Video footage provided by the EPA.

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                • Innovation, research and entrepreneurship are focus points of sustainability panel at EPA forum

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                  Dan O’Neill, a lecturer and program chair at ASU’s College of Technology and Innovation, led a panel discussion on the concept of sustainable value creation through research, innovation and entrepreneurship during the American Innovation for Sustainability forum held April 22, 2012, in Washington, D.C. Panelists included Mitzi Montoya, ASU vice provost and dean of the College of Technology and Innovation; Anthony Michaels, managing director of Proteus Environmental Technologies and chief scientist at Pegasus Capital Advisors; the Honorable Katherine Hammack, assistant secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment; and Andrew Winston, author of “Green to Gold” and “Green Recovery” and CEO of Winston Eco-Strategies. In this video, O’Neill was introduced by Lek Kadeli, the acting assistant administrator of the EPA Office of Research and Development. The American Innovation for Sustainability forum was presented by the EPA, along with ASU’s Global Institute of Sustainability and media partner, America Public Media’s Public Insight Network (PIN). It was held in conjunction with the EPA’s annual People, Prosperity and the Planet – P3 – competition at the National Sustainable Design Expo. Video footage provided by the EPA.

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                  • Reaching farther

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                    Scenes, sounds and energy of Arizona State University's track and field team as they prepare for the 2012 NCAA Championships.

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                    • ASU Softball Team To Defend Title in Softball College World Series

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                      The ASU Softball Team emerged victorious from the NCAA Tempe Super REgional, despite losing the first game of the three game series to the Louisiana_Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns. The Sun Devils came back to take two games on Friday night. They will attempt to win their third national championship in the past five years.

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