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Junk Drawer: You are what you eat

Cameron Rubner and Nick Minker talk about student diets on- and off-campus, and the difficulties of eating healthy. This episode was produced alongside the Consumption Issue of State Press Magazine.


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"A clown of all trades"

ASU theatre major Hugo Crick-Furman shares their views on gender identity and discusses the fundamental problems present in "RuPaul's Drag Race" in a conversation with reporter Peter Vezeau.


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The New Normal - Part one

A year after hybrid learning, ASU students have returned to campus. In this three-part miniseries, Reporter Sonya Sheptunov follows the lives of five students as they navigate college, hand-in-hand with the virus. 


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Tech’s ethical quandary

New technology inevitably presents new challenges. State Press Magazine Reporter Sam Ellefson sits down with Pavan Turaga, the director of ASU's School of Arts, Media and Engineering, to discuss the ethics of artificial intelligence, machine learning and emerging technology at large.


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The Devils in the Details: Marijuana expungement

Join magazine reporter Kiera Riley as she interviews Carlos Diaz, who recently got his marijuana-related charge expunged from his record. Hear his experience first hand from arrest to expungement.


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The Devils in the Details: Marijuana expungement

Join magazine reporter Kiera Riley as she interviews Carlos Diaz, who recently got his marijuana-related charge expunged from his record. Hear his experience first hand from arrest to expungement.


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American Forests: Map Of Tree Canopy In Phoenix Is Map Of Income, Race


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Let's talk about gender, Harry Styles and dresses

How we dress, how we act and what we enjoy can all be affected by how the world sees us —specifically, how it sees us in terms of gender.  What does gender mean, though?  Why did everyone care so much when Harry Styles wore a dress on the cover of Vogue? Why don't we talk more about the LGBT+ people or the BIPOC behind gender non-conforming fashion?  Press play to hear from the co-chair of the Transgender Studies Research Center at the University of Arizona and an ASU student who has personal experience with straying from the binary.


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How IDEA is Making a Platform for Diverse Performers

The co-presidents of IDEA, a student organization focused on inclusion and equity in the arts, discuss their upcoming project MOSAIC with podcast reporter Peter Vezeau. This production is centered around telling BIPOC and LGBTQ+ stories. Jalen Montgomery and Ramon "Chino" Saberano share their personal experiences with diversity and discussions with the MDT Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee.




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