Skip to Content, Navigation, or Footer.

Video

VIDEO

The State Press analyzes ASU men's basketball blowout win over California

The State Press reporter Felipe Corral Jr. breaks down the ASU men's basketball team's win against California. Corral talks about Romello White's double-double performance, Kimani Lawrence's impact to the team and Shannon Evans' bounce back game. Reach the reporter at kmarlin1@asu.edu or follow @kynan_marlin on Twitter. Like State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter.


VIDEO

ASU's Tempe campus becomes an educational playground for kids

Each ASU campus hosted an Open Door event that invited families to learn about various educational topics through interactive games and activities. The Tempe campus hosted its Open Door event on Feb. 24 and focused on science and technology. Music: "Morning Mandolin" by Chris Haugen from YouTube Audio Library Reach the reporter at qwang147@asu.edu or follow @HoYo_CC on Twitter. Like The State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter


VIDEO

Where ASU mens basketball stands in its final homestand

As ASU enters it's final home stretch head coach Bobby Hurley and the rest of the Sun Devils continue their journey to the NCAA Tournament. ASU plays the California Golden Bears on Thursday March 1 and the Stanford Cardinals on Saturday March 3.


VIDEO

Life as a Devils' Advocate

Devils' Advocate is an organization where students can give tour guides to potential students visiting ASU. Kacey Cavanagh has found a passion in giving tours. Music: "Patent Doll" by Freedom Trail Studio from YouTube Audio Library Kacey Cavanagh - Nursing Sophomore: Hi, my name is Kacey, and I'm a sophomore nursing student here at Arizona State University, and I'm the Vice President of Downtown Devils' Advocates. Kacey has found a passion for showing potential students around the downtown Phoenix campus. Kacey knew that she wanted to be a tour guide before she was even a student. Cavanagh: When I moved in I was able to contact my tour guide from that year and sign up then and there as well. She tries to do as many tours as possible. Kacey gives special tours, like this one, where high schoolers get to visit ASU. Devils' Advocates allows current students to get to know their school better, along with making new friends. Cavanagh: There's a lot of favorite things for me, but I would say I love when the parents laugh at my jokes because it's more parents laughing at my jokes than students. But, really more than anything, it's going to be when the students come back the next year and say that I was their tour guide or that I was the deciding factor for them to coming to Arizona State. She hopes to be involved for as long as she can. Reach the reporter at golivera@asu.edu or follow @gabynolivera on Twitter. Like State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter.


VIDEO

Thousands of high school students get a history lesson from 'Hamilton' the musical

EduHam, an educational "Hamilton" program, brought nearly 2,700 students from 43 Title I high schools to watch a matinee performance of the musical at ASU Gammage. A few high schoolers were able to perform on the "Hamilton" stage and participate in a Q and A session with the cast.  Marcella Baietto - Reporter:  ASU Gammage welcomed thousands of students and teachers from more than 40 Title I high schools as part of an educational "Hamilton" program called EduHam. Colleen Jennings-Roggensack - ASU Vice President for Cultural Affairs: ASU Gammage has long brought students to the theater. We think it's very important. And for many students this will be their first experience. Can you imagine your first theater experience being "Hamilton"? Baietto:  And that's exactly what Rodrigo Sevilla was able to experience. Sevilla, along with his classmates got to watch a matinee performance of "Hamilton." Rodrigo Sevilla - Maryvale High School Junior: It's a good experience to have because I've never been to a big theater before.   Baietto:  Sevilla was also one of the few students chosen to perform on the "Hamilton" stage.   Sevilla: I feel excited and special since they chose me from all the people that tried.  Baietto:  Cast members of the musical 'Hamilton' participated in a Q and A with students and were blown away by the performances.  Yvette Lu - "Hamilton" Cast Member: I can't imagine having done that in high school and how much they're going to grow from doing that. Like there's so much talent and, also just a lot of really great minds with a lot of like progressive ideas which is really exciting.  Dorcas Leung - "Hamilton" Cast Member: You have to remember that the Founding Fathers, as dusty as they seem in school, were human beings. They had affairs, they had personal relationships with people, they were just like us in some ways. I think what's really interesting about telling this story is that there are themes that are still applicable to us today.     Baietto:  Reporting for the State Press, I am Marcella Baietto.  Reach the videographer at mmbaiett@asu.edu or follow @marcellabaietto on Twitter. Like The State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter.


VIDEO

The flu hits the nation hard and ASU students prepare

The flu season is well under way, and a Maricopa County report shows that flu cases have increased since last year. Over 11,000 flu cases have hit Maricopa County. ASU students share the potential ways to avoid the sickness and how it can impact their academics. Reach the reporter at golivera@asu.edu or follow @gabynolivera on Twitter. Like State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter.


VIDEO

ASU hosts the Overwatch Collegiate National Championship won by UC Berkeley

The second annual Overwatch Collegiate National Championship was hosted by ASU this year. UC Berkeley won the overall competition against UC Irvine, while ASU beat the Wildcats in an exhibition match. Music: "Palmtree" by The Brothers Records from YouTube Audio Library Sameer Zahir - Computer Information Systems Junior: I think it's just infrastructure. Our infrastructure is a little bit more experienced compared to theirs. And we have a lot more students at Arizona State University. On top of that, it's a big campus so you can get a good player. Jacob Copley - Finance Sophomore: There's a lot of talent here. I think we need to just work on our teamwork more. I feel like that like individually everyone on ASU is really strong, but like we really need to like take it to the next level. We need to make sure we are all always on the same page and like bring that teamwork to the next level. Reach the reporter at qwang147@asu.edu or follow @HoYo_CC on Twitter. Like The State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter


VIDEO

The flu hits the nation hard and ASU students prepare

The flu season is well under way and a Maricopa County report shows that flu cases have increased since last year. Over 11,000 flu cases have hit Maricopa County. ASU students share the potential ways to avoid the sickness and how it can impact their academics. Reach the reporter at golivera@asu.edu or follow @gabynolivera on Twitter. Like State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter.


VIDEO

Self-driving Ubers take a trip around ASU's Tempe campus

Self-driving Ubers can often be seen driving around ASU's Tempe campus. Due to the high number of pedestrians and cyclists near campus, the vehicles are able to gather important information that will help further develop the technology. Music: "See you Soon" by Otis McDonald from YouTube Audio Library Reach the reporter at Ariel.Salk@asu.edu or follow @arielsalk on Twitter. Like The State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter


VIDEO

Spike It for Charity raises money for Puerto Rico and Mexico

Virginia Fernandez, along with Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), raised over $1,000 to donate to Puerto Rico and Mexico. The event, Spikes For Charity, allowed students from the ASU community to bond over a friendly game of volleyball. Reach the reporter at golivera@asu.edu or follow @gabynolivera on Twitter. Like The State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter.


VIDEO

ASU dance club makes moves on the dance floor

On Feb. 3, an ASU sports club, Devil DanceSport, participated in a competition at the West campus hosted by the Phoenix Chapter of USA Dance. More than ten dancers from the club competed in dances such as American Rhythm and International Latin. Reach the reporter at qwang147@asu.edu or follow @HoYo_CC on Twitter. Like The State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter


VIDEO

ASU club makes moves on the dance floor

On Feb. 3, an ASU sports club, Devil DanceSport, participated in a competition at the West campus hosted by the Phoenix Chapter of USA Dance. More than ten dancers from the club competed in dances such as American Rhythm and International Latin. Reach the reporter at qwang147@asu.edu or follow @HoYo_CC on Twitter. Like The State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter


VIDEO

Spike It for Charity raises money for Puerto Rico and Mexico

Virginia Fernandez, along with Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), raised over $1,000 to donate to Puerto Rico and Mexico. The event, Spikes For Charity, allowed students from the ASU community to bond over a friendly game of volleyball. Reach the reporter at golivera@asu.edu or follow @gabynolivera on Twitter. Like The State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter.


VIDEO

Spike It for Charity raises money for Puerto Rico and Mexico

Virginia Fernandez, along with Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), raised over $1,000 to donate to Puerto Rico and Mexico. The event, Spikes For Charity, allowed students from the ASU community to bond over a friendly game of volleyball. Reach the reporter at golivera@asu.edu or follow @gabynolivera on Twitter. Like The State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter.


VIDEO

Students choose thrifted and vintage clothing over fast fashion

ASU students show off their thrifted clothing on the Tempe campus on Jan. 31, 2018.  Rocker Chicks by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ Reach the reporter at eagiorda@asu.edu or follow @emilygiordano_  on Twitter. Like State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter.


VIDEO

Interview with Tra Holder following victory over Colorado

After ASU's win over the Colorado Buffaloes, senior guard Tra Holder talked about some keys to the team's victory. ASU will travel to the University of Washington to play the Huskies at 9 p.m. on Thursday, February 1, 2017. Reach the reporter at kmarlin1@asu.edu or follow @kynan_marlin on Twitter. Like State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter.


VIDEO

Video: State Press analyzes ASU basketball's win over Colorado

State Press reporter Anthony Totri analyzes the ASU men's basketball team's win against Colorado. Totri talks about the strong post presence in the first half and the success from the three-pointers late in the game. Reach the reporter at kmarlin1@asu.edu or follow @kynan_marlin on Twitter. Like State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter.




×

Notice

This website uses cookies to make your expierence better and easier. By using this website you consent to our use of cookies. For more information, please see our Cookie Policy.