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Continued Recognition


By September 2, 2014

On Aug. 22, ASU athletics announced that each football home game would feature an “Honor Row” – a row dedicated to members of the United States armed forces. The first row of section 31 at Sun Devil Stadium has been decorated in maroon and gold camouflage. This new addition adds to the many traditions that […]

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10 Things You Wish You Would've Known as a Freshman

10 Things Freshman SPM

By August 27, 2014

Freshman year is tough as it is. There are plenty of things that students would have liked to have had prior knowledge of. But in school, as with life, you learn as you go. see more

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SPM BBL Acoustics + Interview from The State Press on Vimeo. If there’s one thing you should know about the Glendale group Black Bottom Lighters, it’s that a lot of musicians play in the band — seven by last count — something that easily accounts for their growing crossover appeal and distinct sound. On one song, they […]

How to: Be a D-bag in the Walk-Only Zones

How to: Be a D-bag in the Walk-Only Zones

By August 26, 2014

It started with a few yellow-shirted ASU employees telling you to walk those wheels. Now the pseudo-fascist walk-only zones tell students how they should move from point A to point B. They are spreading even more around campus like fascism in the ‘30s. see more

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Coffee Conversations: Espresso Yourself


By May 2, 2014

This week marks the final week of classes for the spring 2014 semester. As some Sun Devils look forward to their summer vacations, others look toward graduation. This time of year sparks an array of emotions in both students and faculty. Whether it be stress, relief, or excitement for the future to come, this week’s […]

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'Proud of my B.S.' and 5 other ways to decorate a grad cap


By May 2, 2014

If there’s one thing that seniors can do for themselves, it’s to make sure their grad cap is personalized to make the ceremony just a little more tailored to you and your personality. see more

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Unheard voices of Phoenix's homeless youth


By May 1, 2014

When the economy collapsed in 2008, the number of homeless youth doubled and never recovered. With insight from Jon Linton of the “I Have a Name Project” and Kenneth McKinley, the vice president of Programs at Tumbleweed Youth Center for Development, Selena Palmerin-Chastain shares her story, introducing a new series for SPM. see more

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