Editor’s Note: This story includes quotes from two separate interviews with Robert Balling, one in 2019 and another in 2021. Jerry Taylor and Mark Richardson's interviews were also from 2019.
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As the semester slowly comes to an end, it’s time for another monthly roundup of crime on ASU’s campuses.
Using social media apps to connect with friends, family members and classmates means sharing information online that has the potential to be tracked and used not only by the social media company itself but also by outsiders.
A decision that could uproot my life from the concrete and slam it into the palm of my hands pierced in my head like a bad tension headache.
Recently I found myself sitting slouched on the light rail with music from the band Joy Again blasting through my AirPods. Creeky DIY songs of ghosts and lust and loss blasted into my ears, and I sat there, simultaneously thinking about everything and nothing, and then I came to a realization.
Many economists are predicting a recession will occur within the next few years, and the impact on the nation can stunt post-grad plans for college students.
Jamal Cadoura has been posting poetry on Instagram since 2015. The 25 year old Michigan-based writer is known online as @Writingtoinspire, and typically posts simple black text over a white background, but he allows himself room to experiment with different designs.
From Mitski's emotion-filled album "Be the Cowboy" to Flume's visual mixtape "Hi This is Flume," The State Press' Arts and Culture desk has been jamming out to music all year. We've picked out some of our favorite songs that will always remind us of the spring 2019 semester and compiled a playlist to share.
Each week, editor Jessica Myers finds rising artists that students might want to tune in to.
Musical theatre junkies, drama fans and more are preparing for the 2019-20 Desert Financial Broadway Across America-Arizona season, which is bringing a combination of Tony Award-winning shows, Valley premieres and Broadway sensations to ASU Gammage.
At the edge of the Painted Desert lies the volcanic Roden Crater, a massive work of art created by renowned artist James Turrell that plays with natural light and space.
Devilpalooza 2019 is just around the corner, and ASU's PAB has announced that EDM pop duo Galantis is going to be this year’s headliner on Saturday, Feb. 16.
Humankind's relationship with gratitude
Climate change and urban center models
Every so often, reporter Jessica Myers finds rising artists that students might want to tune in to.
ASU professor developed prosthetic hand system that allows user to feel again
Family and friends during childhood can have long-term impact on adults in romantic relationships
There are pros and cons to fast fashion.
Warm weather and weekends are tied to higher crime rates in Chicago
The difference between 1.5 and 2 degrees Celsius may not seem huge, but according to a recent report by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, that half a degree will have dire consequences for the environment.