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ASU public affairs school chief draws on lessons learned watching Detroit’s meltdown (access required)

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After witnessing the city of Detroit devolve into a shell of its former self working in a clerical job there, Karen Mossberger was motivated to combat the city’s decline. To help accomplish her goal, she earned a college degree. However, after working in the Motor City, her drive intensified to understand and address on a larger scale the issues plaguing Detroit.

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The Class of 1920

The Class of 1920

These students are the first graduating class of St. Mary’s High School in Phoenix. Founded in 1917, the school first held classes in the tiny second floor of St. Anthony’s grammar school (since razed) next to St. Mary’s Church.

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Waving the white flag

While Sedwick’s ruling wasn’t all that surprising – he had hinted he would rule this way and issued rulings in related cases indicating he believed the ban was unconstitutional – Horne’s subsequent announcement this morning that he wouldn’t appeal the ruling was somewhat unexpected

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