Shawn and Marlon Wayans sit down with State Press reporter Allyson Berger to talk about their future and inspiration.
With incredibly immersive gameplay, a spectacular story, stellar graphics, and phenomenal audio, Batman Arkham City is one of the most rewarding action-adventure experiences of 2011.
ASU's Hip Hop Coalition is a student run organization that promotes the positive aspects of the Hip-Hop culture and dance. The club is open to all students regardless of age, culture, gender, sexuality and religion and strives to advocate unity through dance and Hip-Hop expression.
After a split with No. 1 Lindenwood the Sun Devils face a tough test with the No. 8 Oklahoma Sooners.
X-Men Destiny takes a different spin on the comic book genre with a promising idea of heavily incorporating a deep layer of meaningful player choice, but the game is plagued with too many problems from the start for the execution to be very successful.
More than 2,000 demonstrators flocked to Cesar Chavez Plaza in downtown Phoenix over the weekend to join in on the Occupy Wall Street protests that are sweeping the nation. The State Press spoke with dozens of protestors in attendance to help illustrate the movement and its aspirations.
More than a thousand monarch butterflies are on display at the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix for the 2011 Mariposa Monarca exhibit. (Videography by Tiana Chavez)
ASU President Michael Crow sat down with The State Press Editorial Board and talked about dealing with budget cuts and the future of tuition costs. Photos by Beth Easterbrook Edited by Samantha Valtierra Bush
Students at The Collins Lab are researching a variety of amphibians with the hope of better understanding the reasons for their global decline. The special focus of the research is host-pathogen biology and its relationship to the global decline of amphibians.