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Introducing Asking Arizona

We're launching a new way for State Press readers to get their questions answered


Graphic published on Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018.

We're very excited to introduce Asking Arizona, the latest way for our readers to get their questions about the ASU community answered. 

It's The State Press's goal to provide content that matters to our audience, and now we are offering our readers a direct way to point us toward the stories we should be covering. 

Asking Arizona offers readers a chance to inquire about anything about our community, whether that's about the history of the University, what's going on around campus or any other topic you want to ask about. 

Check out the Asking Arizona form here.

The Asking Arizona process is fairly simple:

1. You submit a question to our Asking Arizona form. 

2. We let you know when we've started looking for the answers to your question.

3. We share our findings with our entire State Press audience!

Thank you for your continued support of student journalism, and we're proud to offer this new way to ensure we're serving you to the best of our ability. 

You've got questions, and we're going to get you answers. 

If you are have additional questions about how Asking Arizona works, please contact:

Executive Editor Ethan Millman —

Editor-in-Chief Arren Kimbel-Sannit —

Multimedia Director Stella Atzenweiler —

Magazine Editor Parker Shea —

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