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ASU hockey faces rival Arizona in the Cactus Cup series

The third ranked Sun Devil hockey team will look to rebound against rival Arizona after being swept by No. 8 Oklahoma. The Devils are riding a 20 game winning streak against the Wildcats and are just one win from claiming the inaugural Cactus Cup.


State Press Weekly: Jan. 27

This week on State Press Weekly, reporter Thania Betancourt interviews ASU cosmologist Paul Davies about his research in time travel and the origins of cancer.


Sun Devils discuss ASURITE hack

Journalism professor Tim McGuire and a number of students discuss last week's ASURITE security breach and its impact on the university. Videography by Yihyun Jeong


Journalism student looks for laughs at ASU

Journalism freshman Chris Clabaugh performed standup for the first time Friday, Jan. 20, for Stand Up vs. The World at ASU. He took the stage as the featured performer for the weekly event and received a warm reception.'' Videography by Yihyun Jeong


State Press Weekly January 19

This week, State Press Weekly brings you an interview with a team of six freshmen engineering students that's planning a bike share program for Maricopa County and The City of Phoenix.


Blood, Mud and Charity: ASU students take on 'Tough Mudder'

The Tough Mudder is an intense 10 to 12 mile obstacle course designed by the British Special Forces to test a participant's strength, stamina, mental tenacity and teamwork. The event, held at the Mesa Proving Grounds, drew thousands of competitors from across the state and raised money for the Wounded Warrior Project. Videography by Daryl Bjoraas


State Press Weekly: Jan. 12

This week on State Press Weekly, reporter Alyssa Lee explains Arizona's legislative and congressional redistricting process and ASU professor Elizabeth Davidson talks about her children's book 'Cheery: The True Adventures of a Chiricahua Leopard Frog'.


Students and faculty react to shortened break

For some recent high school graduates, returning to school the week after the new year might seem normal. However, many students and faculty are upset with the new spring schedule and its impact on winter break.



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