From discoveries to resignations, here are the week's top stories Relax and treat yourself to the week's top stories. Share Tweet Email Print You did it. You made it through the short week after fall break and hopefully you did well on your midterms. Relax and treat yourself to the week's top stories. New ASU hockey equipment manager's journey, experiences shape positive attitude toward job Photo by Ben Moffat | The State Press Players get all of the glory while the people behind the scenes are often overlooked. Reporter Justin Toscano tells the story of the Sun Devil hockey equipment manager, Joey Guilmet. ASU, Arizona react to shooting at NAU that killed 1, injured 3 Photo courtesy of NAU's Facebook page Last week's shooting on NAU's campus killed one student and injured three others. Reporter Sydney Greene explained the incident and detailed ASU's reaction to the tragic news. Read more: Editorial: Conversation, not guns, necessary on college campuses Report: ASU softball coach Craig Nicholson resigns Photo by Benjamin Margiott | The State Press ASU softball coach Craig Nicholson resigned last week. Reporter Stefan Modrich explains the reasons for Nicholson's departure from ASU. Read More: Craig Nicholson’s resignation changes complexion of ASU softball Living with Pride: What coming out means to me Photo by Aimee Plante | The State Press October 11 marked the 27th anniversary of national Coming Out Day. "Coming Out" can be an empowering experience for someone. Columnist Bailey Vogt tells his own experience with this special day. Read more: Coming Out Week went mostly unnoticed — that's a problem Articles we think you'll love: Phoenix community joins eye contact experiment, seeks human connection Photo by Ryan Santistevan | The State Press Hundreds gathered to Civic Space Park in downtown Phoenix to stare at each other. No, they weren't bored — they were a "human connection." Reporter Megan Janetsky sat down with participants in The World's Biggest Eye Contact Experiment. ASU hockey gets first non-North American commit in DI history Photo by Ben Moffat | The State Press ASU hockey received its first non-American hockey recruit this week. Reporter Justin Toscano profiles the recruit who comes all the way from Russia. Focus Forward: ASU to offer full scholarships to M.B.A. business students Photo by Sean Logan | The State Press Next fall ASU will be offering 120 full-ride scholarships to its M.B.A. program. Reporter Jessica Suerth explains the new "Forward Focus" program and how it will benefit the program in the long-run. Read more: 10 Valley companies you didn't know were run by ASU Alumni ASU researchers look to understand 'freshman 15' through poop, measurements Photo by Reilly Kneedler | The State Press To understand the "freshman 15" and the concept of metabolism, ASU researchers are taking fecal samples from willing students. Reporter Garrison Murphy spoke with researchers to learn more about their goals. Reach the reporter at email@example.com or follow @AndrewNiclaASU on Twitter Like The State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter. Subscribe to Pressing Matters Get the best of State Press delivered straight to your inbox. Related Stories ASU reverses housing policy for student diagnosed with cancer ASU lab studies photosynthesis and its potential benefits I'd never listened to Lana Del Rey, so I reviewed 'Norman F—ing Rockwell!'