From raves to diamond rings, here are the week's top stories Share Tweet Email Print Finals are quickly approaching but before you crack open your textbooks to study, take a minute to read the top stories of the past week. Global Dance Festival showcases DJ talent, community of Arizona's rave scene Photo by Jacob Goldstein | The State Press Last year, Relentless Beats and Global Dance brought the Global Dance Festival to Tempe Beach Park. The EDM festival was back this week in Rawhide Western Town. Arts Editor Jacob Goldstein reported on this unique event. Read more: Global Dance Festival: Come out west for these five must-see DJs Working with Fun. and Justin Timberlake, ASU alumni plans to revolutionize sound Photo by AfterMaster | Promotional photo Two ASU alumni have an idea to improve the sound quality of your television. Their product, AfterMaster TV, plugs directly into your television and amplifies its speakers, bringing clearer audio. Reporter Shane Weinstein explains how this product could give you theatre quality sound in your living room. From black beads to diamond rings Photo by Cassy Saba | Courtesy photo ASU graduate Cassy Saba lives in New York City and runs her very own jewelry company. Getting there was not easy. State Press Magazine reporter Shelby Hyde tells the story of how Saba turned a hobby into a business. Humbled patience: Gary Chambers closing out his final chapter in long tenure with ASU football Photo by Fabian Ardaya | The State Press Gary Chambers played his last regular season game on Saturday. Chambers is known as a funny and charming guy, but as reporter Fabian Ardaya says, more than anything, Chambers wants to be known for his work on the field. Read more: ASU football wide receiver Gary Chambers relishes role as team leader Stories we think you'll love: The people we're forgetting when we talk about domestic violence Photo by Jay Janner | Colorado Springs Gazette/KRT/TNS According to a 2014 Center of Disease Control and Prevention survey, one in four men were victims of rape, physical violence and/or stalking by an intimate partner. Columnist Gabby Hirniese argues that this statistic is overlooked and that male victims of domestic violence should receive the same amount of attention as female victims. Read more: Domestic violence study reveals gender stereotypes USG West appoints new president after resignation Photo by Ben Moffat | The State Press Rachael Tashbook was appointed as USG West president after the resignation of former President Stephanie Bockrath. Reporter Jessica Suerth tells how this affects the student body of the ASU West campus. Read more: USG West President Howard W. Waldie IV discusses future for students at West campus Mental health a sweeping problem in U.S., needs to be acknowledged Photo by Tynin Fries | The State Press One in four American adults and one in five American youth live with a mental disorder. Columnist Kendra Pennington believes the U.S. should decriminalize mental disorders and change the way it treats people who have them. Read more: Mental health and you: facts and on-campus resources for ASU students ASU's laptop orchestra challenges conventional approach to music Photo by Matthew Briggs | The State Press The Laptop Orchestra at Arizona State is the first student-run laptop orchestra in the nation. Reporter Isabella Castillo tells how this group of students is changing what people think of digital music. Read more: Laptop Orchestra: A Sonic Experience 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 men's basketball earns 90-49 victory in 2019-20 home opener Students protest against events hosting ICE and IDF After Hours: Who is Jason Zuffranieri, 19-time 'Jeopardy!' champion?