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After gathering reader input and our writer’s knowledge, we compiled this list of the Best of ASU. Read on for the winners for all of the categories including Best Coffee, Best Splurge and Best Places to Take a Nap.
Some have overcome challenges in their native countries to attend school, while others strive to leave a mark on the world. These are the stories of six students who have created their own path at ASU to pursue what they stand for.
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Graphic by Noemi Gonzalez, Original Print Design by Julie Vitkovskaya
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When you close your eyes, you're home.Photo by David Moreno
SPM asked readers for the best of sci-fi. Now, we bring that list along with some twists on what such shows say about your character.
ASU is always ready for the best, which is why the theme of the fourth and final SPM print issue this year is "Best of ASU." This edition focuses on the bold endeavors that make people stand out, either in their personal lives or in the business world, and we celebrate the excellent taste of our readers who voted during our polling period. In this issue, we encourage all of you to go after new foods, stop by different shops and find a new outdoor adventure.
Graphic by Noemi Gonzalez
The the time has come to nominate the best of the best.Graphic by Noemi Gonzalez
SPM Fanatic Print Issue Promo Part 2 from The State Press on Vimeo.
SPM Fanatic Issue Promo from The State Press on Vimeo.
From the trendsetters to the go-getters, we dedicated The Breakthrough issue from last semester to the people who step outside of their comfort zones and challenge convention. Those who forge their own life paths face insecurity and scrutiny, but the success that follows speaks much louder than any words of discouragement. From rebels to scientists, we give a shout out to individuals breaking through stereotypes, typical routines and stagnant mentality.
Enter SPM's 2013 photo contest by submitting one photo and a 200 word entry about that photo to firstname.lastname@example.org by Feb. 15. The top 10 photos will be published in the 'Best Of' print edition.
Best Burger: The ChuckBox