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We SPM editors aren't serious daters or anything close to it, but as romantic quirky souls, we decided to put together a short list of the best places to have your first date across the Valley.
Vice President of ASU's The Underground Foundation and history sophomore Jonathan Novak talks best of music venues across the Valley, and gives insight to the local bands every Sun Devil should experience.
A discussion and exploration on what virginity represents today, and whether or not it is a repressed discussion among students at ASU.
Local Tempe Band sits down with State Press Magazine to discuss its debut album "Forgether" and play some tunes.
Kachina discusses its upcoming plans of recording, the meaning behind the band’s name and what that band has come to mean.
Beginning in the fall, the Certificate in Games & Impact will allow students of any major to use the game world to create change in reality.
Meat was the basis for one writer's family and her Mexican community — until she came out as a vegetarian.
Taylor Jayne is a singer-songwriter who truly understands that every song means something distinct to each listener.
Wallow in the Mire draws from various artists for inspiration, but creates a foot-tapping beat all its own.
The band 1967 creates its own magic and proves that friendship is essential to music.
One SPM writer takes on varying salsas at the Roosevelt Row Chile Pepper Festival to see which test her taste buds.
The Hourglass Cats offers a mix of smooth jazz and dirty saxophone to create a funky blend of tunes.
The instructors of Patterns in Nature — considered to be the easiest science class at ASU — show students the more meaningful insights (and perks) that come with being enrolled in the eye-opening course.
Reggae-surf-acoustic rockers RAC stopped by campus for a performance.
Aaron Goldstein is a senior at ASU and, well, a rocket scientist (or close).
The American Indian Graduate Student Association will be presenting their second fashion show next week, featuring Native American student designers, as a way to tear apart stereotypes.
A group of students, from elementary to college, are redefining sustainable art.
The Morning Amor, formerly known as The Young Hearts, came out for a private interview and to play an acoustic song on Feb. 26 for State Press Magazine.
Dr. Rosemarie Dombrowski teaches a course at ASU that studies Lady Gaga – and the literary connections in her work you might've missed.