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The State Press published a database of ASU employee salaries in 2017 in order to make public records more accessible for the University community. We just updated the database to reflect salaries from 2018, and we want to know — what questions do you have?
A long standing question in the months leading up to the election has been whether or not the youth would come out to the polls, and at ASU, young voters have arrived in strides to cast their ballots.
Whether students are going on road trips or picking up extra shifts over the summer, State Press editors have created a summer playlist of our favorite songs.
A sign outside the ASU counseling services room is pictured at the Tempe campus in the Student Services building on Sept. 21, 2017.
With Undergraduate Student Elections less than a week away, campaigning is in full sign. Follow the links below for a specific guide to who is running for USG President on your campus.
easy class guide for ASU students and Rate My Professors comes in clutch when you need to take a particular class, but it can be difficult to find cool classes to take when starting from scratch. Classes for fall 2016 are available and students have begun filling out their schedules for next year, so we at The State Press Editorial Board have detailed our personal favorite courses that we have taken at ASU (don't worry, there are no journalism classes).
The State Press Editorial Board recently published an editorial on stress culture and the glorification of busyness — issues that we believe to be pervasive at ASU and campuses across the nation.
Who would want to sip margaritas on the golden beaches of Cancun when you could be traversing the dusty streets of Arizona over spring break?
Graphic by State Press Staff
We at The State Press are no strangers to spooks and specters. Our beloved Tempe newsroom is rumored to be haunted, and the seven-story building full of nooks and crannies is perfect for the average ghost to haunt.
Midterms have come to a close, but the workload has yet to dwindle down. As finals loom on the horizon and Halloweekend threatens to swallow all that hard-earned progress you've made to catch up, we decided to compile this list of study spots where you can hit the books and get back on track.
The Arizona Board of Regents reviewed an updated strategic plan and reviewed an investment model Thursday at NAU in Flagstaff.
The Sun Devil Fitness Complex on the downtown Phoenix campus opened up at the beginning of the 2013 fall semester.
Campus is once again buzzing with students after a not-so-busy summer. While going back to school isn't everyone's favorite thing to do, most students are excited to see their friends again. Homework and lectures are a different story altogether, though.
A man is dead after an altercation at Tempe Beach Park Friday, Tempe Police Department officials said.
The ASU website, including My ASU, are currently experiencing outages and connectivity issues, which comes at at inconvenient time with classes ending Friday.
With student government election campaigns fast approaching, students should be preparing to cast their ballots on March 31 and April 1.
Countless paper airplanes floated through air at the Sun Devil Fitness Complex in Tempe Friday afternoon, when ASU hosted the Red Bull Paper Wings Qualifier.