More than half of the 35 ASU journalism students who originally expressed interest in interviewing with Sinclair Broadcast Group recruiters dropped out of the interview days, according to Cronkite School Associate Dean Mark Lodato.
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Sanjeev Khagram was an entrepreneur from a young age, helping his parents run a small New Jersey gift shop business by the time he was 13.
An ASU-led project called SolarSPELL is preparing to make a push into more countries while it updates the technology that comes with its devices.
ASU bike theft numbers are the lowest they have been in years, according to daily logs from the ASU Police Department.
Almost every ASU student has undergone the emotional rollercoaster that is course registration — from waking up at the crack of dawn to battle it out with 70,000 of their peers to get every necessary class to experiencing the gut-wrenching feeling after realizing one of those necessary classes is full.
Nicole Carroll graduated from ASU's Cronkite School in 1991. Now, she's preparing to take on the role of editor-in-chief at USA Today, which she will begin on March 7.
On June 30, 2013, 19 of Arizona’s wildland firefighters lost their lives when storm winds carried a wildfire in Yarnell, Arizona to the area where they were working.
This summer, parents, students and educators came together to collect enough signatures to get a referendum designed to alter Arizona’s school voucher program on the ballot.
ASU, like many universities across the country, claims to support safe sex across campus, but some students have spoken out to claim otherwise.
A water pipe burst on the fifth floor of Juniper Hall in the Barrett, the Honors College Tempe community Tuesday night, forcing approximately 150 students out of the building, according to ASU.
The 2016 election is a unique one, featuring the two most unfavorable candidates in history, according to a poll by ABC News and the Washington Post.
One in 184 people in Arizona are homeless, and 71 percent of Arizona's homeless population lives in Maricopa County.
Zachariah Webb, Normal Noise’s former editor-in-chief, is perplexed.
Since opening its doors as the Territorial Normal School in 1885, ASU has been home to many talented students.
ASU advertises and promotes safe sex on campus, but how easy is it for students to get protection?
In September 2014, 43 Mexican college students were taken by the Mexican government and allegedly executed.
Born in the U.S. and raised in Mexico, an ASU sociology professor knows what it is like to live as a first-generation immigrant.
After a disastrous earthquake struck Nepal in April 2015, an ASU alum used his love for poetry to bring help and restoration to his home nation.
Editor's Note: This is an update of a 2016 State Press story on innovation at ASU.
Adorned with a large gold crown and a maroon and gold sash, Jennifer Jones stands as one of the faces of Native American students at ASU.