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Devil's Chowda 4.5

The Devil's Chowda team dives into ASU Men's Basketball, the Oscars, and much more!


State Press Weekly Special

State Press Weekly is taking a week off so we can make next week's podcast extra special. In the mean time, enjoy this special video treat of ASU music doctoral candidate Mauricio Arias-Esguerra performing his composition, Rapsodia Camaleónica.


Former Sun Devil returns to Arizona wearing new colors

Former ASU pitcher Josh Spence recently returned to Arizona for spring training with the San Diego Padres. Spence is enjoying his time back under the Arizona sun and is falling back into old habits, such as eating lunch everyday at Munchamania in Tempe.


State Press Weekly Feb. 23.

This week, host Samantha Valtierra Bush, brings you an interview with ASU Innovation Challenge winners Ammon and Dennis Wolfley who, along with their brother, Vern, have started up


Air Traffic Control: A Bird's Eye View Internship

ASU students at the Polytechnic campus are learning hands-on air traffic control operation with state-of-the-art equipment and internships at Sky Harbor International Airport's control tower. Students and faculty discuss their experiences with the world of aviation and air traffic control. Videography by Jessica Heigh


Soulcalibur V review

Soulcalibur V offers another great game to the series with lush aesthetics, solid combat, and excellent multiplayer. However, it's far from perfect and the game falters on the single player experience.


Gym Devils' spirits remain high after weekend losses

The ASU Gym Devils faced off against two top-ranked Pac-12 opponents last weekend, narrowly falling to UA and No. 1 Utah. Hopes remain high for the Gym Devils heading into this weekend's meet against Illinois after the team saw key performances from seniors Beaté Jones, Madison Snowden and Callie Price, as well as freshmen Natasha Sundby and Brianna Gades.


Wakeboarding in the desert

The ASU Wake Devils are looking to hold on to their national ranking - first place - for wakeboarding in the Collegiate Wakeboarding Association. With their laid-back attitude, they may not seem like they take their sport too seriously, but they have more than enough talent to go around.


State Press Weekly: Feb. 9

This week on State Press Weekly, Host Samantha Valtierra Bush and reporter Andrew Bernardini bring you a story on a team of Earth and Space Exploration students who will go to NASA in June to experiment in a zero gravity simulator. Music by ASU Music Therapy student, Carlos Urtubey.


Students speak out against House Bill 2675

If House Bill 2675 passes, state university students could be forced to pay $2,000 unless they have a full-ride scholarship based on athletics or academics. This will eliminate need-based full-ride scholarships and limit other scholarships that are affiliated with the university. The legislation states that a student may not use any other source of public or private funding to pay for tuition. Videography by Yihyun Jeong


Archaeology students piece together past

The Archaeological Research Institute provides students with hands on opportunities to piece together past cultures through work with historic artifacts. Videography by Jessica Heigh


Sun Devil Hockey travels to Rhode Island to face Rams

The No. 3 Sun Devils closed out their home schedule with a sweep of the 19th ranked Wildcats, extending their winning streak to 22 games over their arch rival. The Sun Devils now travel to Rhode Island to face the No. 20 Rams.


State Press Weekly: Feb. 3

This week your host, Samantha Valtierra Bush and State Press Reporter Thania Betancourt bring you a story about lab rats at ASU.



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