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Who says you have to wait until the sun goes down to have a good time? Copyright © 2001 by Daniel Ter-Nedden"What are you lookin' at, girl?" A man in sunglasses asks me through the window of a beat-up gray van (complete with closed curtains in the back windows) as he slowly pulls up to the do ... More >>
ASU professor Elinor Ostram, winner of the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences.Forget President Obama -- one of Arizona's own won a 2009 Nobel Prize (and there's no doubt that she earned it). Elinor Ostram, a faculty member at both Arizona State University and Indiana University, wo ... More >>
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