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From pizza to telescopes, the products of 3D printers have impressed the masses, but the three-dimensional creations conducted by ASU biomedical engineering students are changing the way surgeons select the best-sized donor heart for children receiving heart transplants at the Phoenix Children's Hospital.
Latino youth are at a high risk for developing diabetes and a group of ASU students and alumni are working together on a collaborative study to find ways to prevent it.
While the ASU Police Department launched a Special Victims Unit to combat sexual assault on campus this semester, there is another resource they've been providing for a decade designed specifically for women to teach them self-defense.
a race car from the ground up may seem impossible, especially for the average
college student, but for members of ASU’s Formula Society of Automotive Engineers constructing cars is an annual endeavor.
While most Americans may only hear about Iran in the context of nuclear deals, The Crown Prince of Iran Reza Pahlavi reminded ASU students that the issues the country faces are deeper than that.
Banners more than 100 feet tall and full-length window displays will grace University buildings in downtown Phoenix as a new marketing tactic.
Tempe police officers are welcoming the impending use of body cams in November, following a deal between Tempe City Council and Scottsdale-based Taser International Inc.
The Tempe Public Library is looking to re-evaluate, rebrand and refresh its services and the way it is viewed by the community in hopes of catering to a larger audience.
The Thirst Project, the world's leading water activism organization for youth, will visit schools across the
nation to educate students about the global water crisis. The project's school
tour hits major high schools and universities like Notre Dame, USC and
Columbia, but its first stop is ASU.
Humanity 101 is a yearlong initiative hosted by ASU's Project Humanities. The organization will host a variety of events throughout the school year, which tackle the theme's central question — are we losing our humanity?
College is a time when many students face new challenges. It can also be a time for students to expand their religious interests.
Supporters face off outside of Phoenix Planned Parenthood office from The State Press on Vimeo.
bike ride across 32 different states,
spanning nearly 12,000 miles is an accomplishment five Pi Kappa Phi
the Theta Xi Chapter at ASU completed over the
Retired neurosurgeon and GOP presidential hopeful Ben Carson confronted the importance of fiscal responsibility, honing down on illegal immigration and eliminating big government during his speech Tuesday evening at the Phoenix Convention Center.
A night full of crude behavior, Rosie O’Donnell jokes and
arrant remarks — No, I’m not talking about an episode of "The View," I’m describing the first Republican debate
of the 2016 presidential election season.
On April 21, a PSA of various female celebrities exclaiming their support for men’s rights was released on YouTube. The video uses famous actresses to sarcastically address the male-dominated fields that exist in America — specifically, in the Hollywood industry.
With recent incidents like the University of Oklahoma's Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter singing a racist song and Penn State's Kappa Delta Rho sharing nude photos of unconscious women, it’s easy to question the purpose of Greek life nowadays. Even Will Ferrell, a brother of Delta Tau Delta in his undergraduate days at the University of Southern California, stated the fraternity lifestyle has morphed into something it was never intended to become.
Have you ever taken a good look at the money in your wallet? If you look at the faces of each bill and coin, you’ll begin to notice a pattern —
every form of American currency features faces of old, white men.
Let us back track to the year 2000. Since I know most of us have no recollection of that year because we were young kids — I will refresh your memory.
On Feb. 13, former girlfriend of Kanye West and model Amber Rose threw digs at the Kardashian clan on the Power 105.1, The Breakfast Club radio show.