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Students take stab at ASU Fencing Club

Founded in 1977, the ASU Fencing Club has been a popular organization on campus since its establishment. The high-speed sport of fencing involves quick thinking and even faster hand-eye coordination. The ASU Fencing Club has established itself statewide and nationwide, competing against some of the best clubs in the country. (Videography by Tiana Chavez)


Sun Devil hockey travels to Michigan for four games

The No. 3 Arizona State Sun Devils travel to the state of Michigan for their longest road trip of the season. A four game four night trip against defending champion Davenport, Michigan-Dearborn and two games with No. 11 Adrian College.


State Press Weekly: Diabetes Technology and Crow's Stadiums

Another episode of the only podcast that entertains and informs. State Press Weekly brings you stories on a group of ASU researchers creating a new way for diabetics to test blood sugar levels and President Crow explains the plans for a new athletic district.


ASU students earn their wings at Polytechnic

State of the art flight simulation training is a key part of the ASU Aviation education experience. Faculty and students at the Polytechnic campus demonstrate the technology and educational tools that they use every day. (Videography by Jessica Heigh)


ASU soccer hosts Halloween practice

ASU women's soccer season is coming to an end. To break up the tension, they have their traditional Halloween practice. Every one comes dressed up to practice competing to be the most creative.


State Press Weekly: November 2

State Press Weekly is back! The only ASU podcast that informs and entertains. This time professor Shannon Lank gives us the skinny on her Harry Potter class and Pedro Silva helps us all get dressed.


ASU students rough it in wilderness survival course

More than thirty ASU students travelled up to the Mogollon Rim last weekend to take part in a two day outdoor wilderness survival training course. Using minimal resources, the students employed the techniques that they learned in class to build fires, set traps and create shelters. The State Press was there to showcase some of the trip's highlights and challenges. (by Aaron Lavinsky)



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