Take a behind the scenes look at the rise of Tempe Barstool and the potential damage those posts may have. Plus, a look into the vandalization of 'A' Mountain just days before the ASU vs UA rivalry football game and a new convenience store delivery service run by students. Join hosts Sonya Sheptunov and Naomi Dubovis as they break down this week's biggest ASU news stories on "State Press Play."
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Arizona midterm elections are in full swing. Plus, ASU researchers built a satellite to study water-ice on the moon and a downtown Tempe hockey arena could go to a public vote. Join hosts Sonya Sheptunov and Naomi Dubovis as they explain this week's biggest ASU news stories on "State Press Play."
The judge who ruled in favor of Mirabella in its lawsuit against a local music venue is on the ballot. Plus, AZ Hugs for the Houseless will be required to get a special events permit from the city of Tempe, and journalists gathered last week at ASU to denounce attacks on the profession. Join hosts Sonya Sheptunov and Naomi Dubovis as they explain this week's biggest ASU news stories on "State Press Play."
In the past week, abortion access has been severely restricted in Arizona, a new bill has made hazing illegal statewide and a look into a local walking club’s viral moment on Tik Tok.
New technology inevitably presents new challenges. State Press Magazine reporter Sam Ellefson sits down with Pavan Turaga, associate professor and director in ASU's School of Arts, Media and Engineering, to discuss the ethics of artificial intelligence, machine learning and emerging technology at large.
When an ASU student is exposed or tests positive for COVID-19, they are expected to spend 10 to 14 days in isolation or quarantine, sometimes in a new dorm room away from their friends, family and most — if not all — in-person contact.
If you’ve ever walked by Tooker House and seen a group of people hitting each other with big lit up swords, you may have witnessed a meeting of AZ Saber, ASU’s lightsaber fighting club.
While theme parks may seem like all fun and games, a lot goes into creating the happiest places on earth. For the students involved in ASU’s Devils Parks and Attractions club, the fun comes from discovering what makes those fantasy lands feel like a real adventure.
Adventurers Wanted Inc. is a place for ASU students who love "Dungeons and Dragons" and other tabletop roleplaying games to find their community at ASU.
In a partnership with downtown Phoenix’s Westward Ho, ASU students in the Poetry and Medicine course have been leading therapeutic poetry workshops with their professor and inaugural Phoenix Poet Laureate, Rosemarie Dombrowski.
For Jason Zuffranieri, trivia has been part of his life for as long as he can remember. From Academic Bowl as a teenager to the nationally ranking Quizbowl team at ASU, his passion has always been trivia.
In honor of National Coming Out Day, ASU's Rainbow Coalition partnered with Ignite @ ASU to host OUTxIgnite. Students shared their own coming out stories and LGBTQIA+ experiences in a TEDTalk style event that highlighted every aspect of coming out. Podcaster Kate Ourada sat down with Gage Keranen, a leader within Rainbow Coalition who spoke at the event, to hear their insight on that evening's proceedings.
Being a resident away from the main campus can leave students feeling disconnected from the larger ASU community, especially for LGBT+ students. Podcaster Kate Ourada speaks to the president of Confetti, Zee Fishkind, and member Genesis Sandoval on their experiences as pan-campus and queer students.