The State Press spoke with Danny McBride, star of the film “Your Highness” with James Franco and Natalie Portman. Premiering April 8, the film features epic battles, gorgeous effects and landscapes, a beautiful score and a plethora of fart jokes. McBride talked about the film’s story, his inspiration and what it’s like to work with Franco.
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Be sure to check out the latest episode of State Press Weekly for even more with Danny McBride, including his favorite roles, his fear of being typecasted, and his new Conan-inspired fantasy flick due out next year.
When it comes to rights, Marc Victor has the answers. The defense attorney spoke to students Tuesday evening on the Tempe campus, informing them of their rights when dealing with police officers.
Foreclosures became a larger part of the Valley’s housing market in July, marking the second straight month they increased after declining earlier this year.
ASU Police reported the following incidents Friday:
U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton issued a preliminary injunction against parts of Arizona’s new immigration law Wednesday, the day before the law went into effect, blocking key parts from being implemented.
Protesters demonstrate despite injunction against immigration law's key provisions; majority of law still takes effect
Protesters gathered at various places throughout Phoenix Thursday to express opposition to the implementation of Arizona’s new immigration law. They demonstrated despite U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton’s injunction against key parts of the law.
Tempe police have confirmed they are investigating a death at 3 Margarita's in Tempe.
Opponents of Arizona’s new immigration law will gather in Phoenix as the law goes into effect this Thursday.
In the wake of all Tempe employees receiving a 5 percent pay reduction, the union for the city’s fire department is disputing a possible breach of contract.
The Arizona Board of Regents’ Academic Affairs Committee met Thursday to discuss the future of the High Honors Tuition Scholarship, also known as the AIMS scholarship.
A former ASU student who claims she was sexually assaulted by two Sigma Chi fraternity members in 2008 filed a lawsuit against the Arizona Board of Regents on June 12, arguing ASU was deliberately indifferent in preventing the assault and failed to properly investigate her case afterward.
The U.S. Department of Justice filed an injunction against Arizona on Tuesday regarding the recently signed immigration bill and will take the issue to federal court.
The W. P. Carey School of Business has created a comprehensive and free “bridge program” intended to aid underrepresented and economically disadvantaged high school students in their transition to college.
A Seattle-based company owned by the co-founder of Microsoft purchased Tempe Gateway in June, an eight-story building with commercial and retail space on Mill Avenue. According to one official, the purchase is a sign of an economic turnaround in Tempe.
Tempe fire and ASU police recently collaborated with the University to film scenes in a new lab safety training video shot on campus.
During the Arizona Board of Regents Capital Committee meeting in May, ASU requested approval to purchase a building in the CenterPoint Development in downtown Tempe.
A new student group is beginning to organize in Tempe, focusing on uniting the voices of the various social awareness groups at ASU.
Tempe Police reported the following incidents:
Tasty, cheap eating is a staple of every college student’s budget, and it doesn’t hurt if a long walk or drive isn’t required. Luckily, ASU’s campuses throughout the Valley are located near eateries that offer deals to students for food as good as it is cheap.