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Tom Williams, Assistant Dean and Chief of Staff at the Sandra Day O'Connor Law School at ASU, and Richard Stanley, Senior Vice President and University Planner at ASU, discussed the upcoming move for the law school from Tempe to downtown Phoenix. The university hopes to break ground on the project in July or August with the school ready for use by fall 2016.
On August 1st Arizona State University announced a new tobacco-free policy. The initiative does not just ban tobacco products on campus, it is also applies to all university property, facilities, grounds, parking structures, university-owned vehicles and structures owned or leased by the university.
Week of January 27 | Stadium Renovation
Week of November 18 | Affordable care act affects student workers
Week of November 11 | InnovationSpace entrepreneurial lab
Week of November 4 | Behind the scenes of The Lion King
Week of October 21 | Concussion Detection Study
Week of October 14 | Secondary Education Certificate
Week of October 8 | Tree Mapping
Week of September 30 | Y-Race Fitness Fest
Week of September 23 | Safe and Sober
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Reporter: Sydney Schuman
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Special Thanks: Beau Grothendick, Elliot Hobbs and Dr. Lin Zhang
SP Weekly sits down with Dr. Nick Brown, director of the Global Institute of Sustainability, and Harvey Bryan, professor at the Herberger Institute for the Design and the Arts and at the School of Sustainability, to talk about ASU's new solar energy parasols.
Week of August 26
Back in August, I took over this technology blog for the State Press Magazine (which might be pretty obvious) and was ecstatic at the chance to let my creative juices flow in a field I love. Since then, I have worked with my amazing editors to produce posts that both held relevancy and interest to you, my readers. Since this is the last Tech Spec post of the school year, I wanted to go out the same way I started my blog: by sharing a personal story about technology.
On every college campus, there are students who are working on interesting projects, creating useful items or just dabbling with ideas. Especially in the technology (engineering) field, you can always find out about some person who is working on something fascinating. One of these people is computer science sophomore Greg Littlefield, who has come to produce some interesting programs that can be taken advantage of by anyone.
Week of April 22
State Press Weekly speaks with graduate student Caitlin Thompson, member of the Arizona Board of Regents, about this year's proposed tuition increase.
Many find some sort of use for social media. Some people use it to connect with friends, share news or even look at filtered photos of food. The issue for many (with myself included) is balancing usage on the growing list of popular social sites. Usually the social focus lands on one site over the others, so some accounts are left to collect dust. Some sites allow users to post to multiple media sites as well as their own, which can be a big draw. The new app, Path, looks to jump on this idea and unify social media.
Previously, I wrote a blog post on using technology to interact in the dating world, through the use of social apps. I have heard of some personal experiences and while that remains true, there have also been some negative outcomes from today’s technology that can put a damper on the dating game. The biggest issue is that having this instant method to connect and share data has left many with the impression that social norms have changed. What I am writing about is when people use text messaging to convey important information. Their personalities are lost when they go fully digital.
Social media. It is what dominates many people’s free time. People share news about their births, post photos from last weekend’s party and tag themselves at the new restaurant down the block. But these instantaneous means of communication do much more than let you brag about your goings on; they make for a prime pipeline of communication in times of emergency. Yesterday was a great example of this with the Boston Marathon bombing.