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Alden Darby wears pink in memory of his aunt

Arizona State sophomore cornerback Alden Darby wore pink gloves in memory of his aunt who died of breast cancer against Oregon State and had the best game of his career. Darby plans to continue wearing pink throughout October for breast cancer awareness month.


Cornerback Omar Bolden taking it day-to-day

Arizona State head coach Dennis Erickson noted Monday only Bolden will know when he's ready to return, but Erickson thinks Bolden has a chance to come back after the Oct. 22 bye week. Bolden on the flip side does not have a timetable set for his return and is taking it day-to-day.


Service dogs at ASU help injured officers, vets

Two ASU students are training dogs under the Foundation for Service Dog Support. These dogs aid injured police officers, firefighters and military men and women with everyday tasks. Change is hard, but man's best friend helps with the transition. Inspired by the foundation, these students started Campus K9s to raise money and awareness for service dogs. (Videography by Tiana Chavez)


Meet ASU's new sports dietician

Arizona State recently added sports dietician Beth Gevirtz to the Sun Devils sports medicine staff. Gevirtz has been around Carson Student-Athlete Center for only three weeks, but she's already making a few friends including senior linebacker Brandon Magee.


Estun Bah Hoop Dancer

Estun Bah, made up of Tony Duncan, Darrin Yazziz and Jeremy Dancing Bull play a mixture of traditional Native American and contemporary music and Duncan performs hoop dancing. Photos by Lillian Reid Music by Estun Bah


Snakes on campus

The Life Sciences Building A Wing has been home to Arizona's only collection of indigenous reptiles for over 50 years. Sandra Schenone, who cares for the snakes, shares the history of the collection and her insights about the snakes that call ASU home.


ASU professor discusses street art

Associate professor from the Herberger Institute, Anthony Pessler, discusses contemporary street art. (Videography by Clayton Porter | The State Press)


Grading ''

Many college students visit '' to aid in their search for the ideal professor — but some students have mixed feelings about the website, questioning its accuracy and grading criteria. State Press Multimedia reporter Megan Thompson speaks with students and professors about the site.


Devil's Chowda: Episode Two

Check out episode two of Devil's Chowda! complete with the first ever field piece. ASU entertainment comedy and satire at its finest. Hosted by Clayton Porter and Noah Findling.


AZ Outing Club: Adventure Awaits

Videography by Jessica Heigh | The State Press At Arizona State University, the AZ Outing Club explores the outdoors through exciting activities ranging from rock climbing to cliff jumping.



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