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Native American students connect during ASU resource fair

American Indian Student Support Services hosted a Natives Connecting event at the West campus on Sept. 28 that introduced ASU Native American students to various community resources and services. Natives Connecting was part of a series of resource fairs that took place at the West, Polytechnic, Tempe ...


Native American students connect during ASU resource fair

American Indian Student Support Services hosted a Natives Connecting event at the West campus on Sept. 28 that introduced ASU Native American students to various community resources and services. Natives Connecting was part of a series of resource fairs that took place at the West, Polytechnic, Tempe ...


ASU football reflects on Oregon win and looks ahead to Stanford.

The ASU football team upset the Oregon Ducks 37-35 at home in its conference opener. Starting linebacker Christian Sam and starting cornerback Kobe Williams talk about the impact of the win and the challenges ahead.


ASU football reflects on Oregon win and looks ahead to Stanford.

The ASU football team upset the Oregon Ducks 37-35 at home in its conference opener. Starting linebacker Christian Sam and starting cornerback Kobe Williams talk about the impact of the win and the challenges ahead.


ASU School of Music students perform famous Russian composer's tribute to his mentor

Three students from the ASU School of Music bring Tchaikovsky's Trio in A Minor, a tribute to Nikolai Rubenstein, to an audience at the Tempe Center for the Arts.


ASU School of Music students perform famous Russian composer's tribute to his mentor

Three students from the ASU School of Music bring Tchaikovsky's Trio in A Minor, a tribute to Nikolai Rubenstein, to an audience at the Tempe Center for the Arts.


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Todd Graham Sept. 25 press conference

The ASU football team has put last week's upset win against Oregon behind them and are ready to focus on Stanford. Reach the reporter at cconderm@asu.edu or follow @coleconderman on Twitter. Like The State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter.


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ASU soccer believes using heart rate monitors improve performance

ASU soccer is attempting to gain a competitive edge by using live monitoring technology to study its players. While the program has been in effect for some time, it has become more robust this year, following the arrival of a new performance coach.


Mark Harris breaks down ASU's upset victory over Oregon

State Press football reporter, Mark Harris, breaks down the key things from ASU's upset victory against Oregon.


Anthony Totri breaks down keys to upset victory against Oregon

State Press football reporter, Anthony Totri, breaks down ASU's upset victory against Oregon.


Community organizer leads a workshop on street dance activism

Barrett, The Honors College at Arizona State University and the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy invite organizer and activist Shamell Bell for a lecture and dance workshop on Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017, in downtown Phoenix. Her lecture and workshop entailed street dance and its role in activism ...


Artist Tom Franco partners with ASU

Artist Tom Franco works on an upcoming clay art piece in his studio in Phoenix. Franco visited the ASU campus for the showing of his clay pipe project, which took place on Sept. 8, 2017 at the art museum Ceramics Research Center in Tempe.


Students volunteer across the Valley for annual Fall Service Plunge

Volunteers seed and pot milkweed on Sept. 16, 2017, for a project with the Desert Botanical Garden as one of Changemaker Central's days of service. ASU students volunteered their Saturday to work on projects for nonprofits across the valley. The project was one of many sites students had to choose from ...


ASU alumna co-facilitates white-privilege discussions

Arizona State University alumna Allyson Yoder co-facilitated a white-privilege discussion series on Thursday Sept. 14, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona. The First Congregational United Church of Christ hosted part one out of six discussions around white-privilege. Yoder credits her ASU classes and experiences ...


Students volunteer across the valley for the annual Fall Service Plunge

Volunteers seed and pot milkweed on Sept. 16, 2017 for a project with the Desert Botanical Garden as one of Changemaker Central's days of service. ASU students volunteered their Saturday to work on projects for nonprofits across the valley. The project was one of many sites students had to choose from ...