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."
ASU buys out 50% of former football head coach Herm Edwards' remaining contract. Plus, key takeaways from The State Press' biannual meeting with ASU President Michael Crow, and more from Senator Mark Kelly's visit to the downtown campus. Join hosts Sonya Sheptunov and Naomi Dubovis as they explain this week's biggest ASU news stories on "State Press Play."
ASU welcomes a new campus...in California. Plus, Attorney General Mark Brnovich is taking aim at student loan forgiveness, and Prop. 308 looks to give Dreamers in-state tuition. 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.
Editor's Note: This is the first episode of the reimagined "State Press Play." The podcast will be posted weekly on Wednesday mornings, and will feature a deep dive into the past week's biggest ASU news stories.
A year after hybrid learning, ASU students have returned to campus. In this three-part miniseries, Reporter Sonya Sheptunov follows the lives of five students as they navigate college, hand-in-hand with the virus.
Unlike existing comedy specials, Bo Burnham’s "Inside" bucks the traditional stand-up formula of a parasocial look into a singular entity. In many ways, the comedy special functions as a multidimensional mirror reflecting the nature of growing up in a polarized world overstimulated by the internet.
On June 1, major corporations and companies changed their profile pictures and Twitter banners to display rainbows in solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community during Pride Month, and rainbow-branded products took center stage.
I sent multiple texts to some of my friends one morning in June. They were short and to the point, setting the record straight about my sexuality and gender identity: This is my coming out.
Workplace culture, created and enforced by the employer and perpetuated by their employees, is the subject of more than just appearances.