The ability for college athletes to make money from their name, image and likeness, referred to as NIL, has become among the most powerful forces in college sports.
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Trader Joe’s isn’t where I go to make smart financial decisions. It’s where I go to buy frozen meals when I’ve procrastinated too much to have time to cook, restrain myself from stockpiling seasonal novelties and roam the aisles fantasizing about an employee who looks like their main food group is granola.
Graduate transfer guard Jose Perez said he’s still knocking off the rust while dropping 24 points in ASU’s dominant win over Sam Houston State University. Perez led the Sun Devils to a 78-61 win against the Bearkats.
Former athletic director Ray Anderson has come under fire for coaching hires for years, but the same can’t be said for the hiring of ASU soccer head coach Graham Winkworth.
No. 12 ASU hockey (10-3-1) is off to one of its best starts in program history in its last year as an independent NCAA team before moving to the NCHC.
Whether ASU intends to or not, the institution is instigating conflict on campus when it allows extreme political figures like former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio to speak on inherently racist ideas while simultaneously not granting a platform to other political figures.
Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio faced protesters and gave a wide-reaching speech on his perspective on other topics at an event hosted by College Republicans United at Arizona State (CRU), sparking controversy based on his history of racial profiling.
The No.18 Sun Devils have spent the entirety of this year building up one of their most reliable weapons, their killer offense. Under newly crowned Pac-12 Coach of the Year JJ Van Niel, the Sun Devils have become one of the best-hitting teams in the Nation.
Whether they are working on a passion project, an out-of-the-box assignment or a crafty holiday gift, the ASU Library Makerspace in Tempe's Hayden Library provides students and staff with the tools and technology to create.
ASU has one of the best wrestling programs in the country, and it's not because of their recruiting, nor is it due to their talent. Sure, the team is full of all-world athletes and top recruits like juniors Cohlton Schultz and Kyle Parco, but the team doesn’t have the same talent to compete against the heavyweights of the college wrestling world without any preparation.
ASU football offensive coordinator Beau Baldwin and redshirt junior tight end Jalin Conyers won’t be returning to the team next year, marking the first change for the program as it embarks on its offseason.
Graduate transfer Jose Perez is the epitome of a journeyman. His six-year college career has included pit stops in the mid-majors and a 10-game stint in the Big East. He now hopes Tempe is the last and most meaningful stop.
The Associated Students of ASU will vote on amendments to the election code that could unite graduate and undergraduate student governments and change the necessary qualifications to become University leadership.
First-year ASU volleyball coach JJ Van Niel is the Pac-12 Coach of the Year after the Sun Devils finished the season 26-6, the best record this century and the third-highest win total in program history. Van Niel spearheaded the largest postseason conference honors in ASU history.
ASU is rapidly becoming a hub for groundbreaking research in the field of attosecond physics, thanks to advancements in laser technology and innovative experimental methods.
For over a decade, University students have been searching for a physical location at ASU for LGBTQ+ students to socialize in a safe environment, and organizations are now deciding to work independently from the University to actualize that idea.
Throughout Native American Heritage Month, the University, in collaboration with The Heard Museum's Native Artists Resource Group, displayed prints crafted by Native American veterans along the walls of the ArtSpace West gallery on the West Valley Campus from Nov. 8 to Nov. 22.
Former Maricopa County sheriff Joe Arpaio will visit the University to speak about his time as sheriff and discuss topics such as immigration, drugs and sex trafficking.
It's almost the end of the semester! Celebrate the end of the school year and the beginning of the holidays with some of the arts events around campus.
Ambassador of Kosovo Ilir Dugolli spoke about the relationship between the University and other higher education institutes in Kosovo, a country in southeastern Europe. The event was hosted on Nov. 20 by the ASU Melikian Center in cooperation with the ASU School for the Future of Innovation in Society.