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The State Press publicó su quinta actualización de su base de datos de salarios de ASU. La actualización incluye los salarios y puestos informados de más de 12000 empleados de la Universidad en 2021.
The State Press published its fifth update to its ASU salary database. The update includes the reported salaries and positions of over 12,000 University employees in 2021.
From coverage of disparities in ASU's campus accessibility and gender representation to an investigation into a viral confrontation in Tempe's new multicultural center, 2021 was a year of reporting to remember.
Since 2017, The State Press has published a database that includes ASU employee salaries in an effort to make the data, which used to sit in a binder, more accessible to our readers and the University community.
People across the world reacted in shock and mourned the death of Kobe Bryant on Jan. 26, 2020. The State Press newsroom was no different, but another story broke that day that consumed the newsroom in the weeks and months to come: The ASU community had reported its first case of the coronavirus – one of only a handful of confirmed cases in the country.
History will remember 2020. And while we head into a new year, these past 12 months will remain etched in our minds.
At the beginning of this semester, The State Press established its first diversity council with the goal to give staffers from various marginalized communities a space solely to themselves, where they can have a say in newsroom issues and play a vital role in improving them.
President Michael Crow, provost Mark Searle, senior vice president James Rund, and spokesperson Katie Paquet sat down with The State Press Thursday via Zoom to discuss adjustments for the Fall 2020 semester in light of COVID-19.
President Donald Trump rallied his Arizona base and stuck to his traditional talking points, including immigration and the economy, while tensions rose between protesters and supporters Wednesday night.
In 2017, The State Press started publishing the salaries of ASU employees to increase transparency in the University community. We just updated the database with 2019 salaries, and now we want to hear from you.
There are eight ASU students currently abroad in China, University officials confirmed Wednesday, adding that none of the students will be forced to return to the U.S. following the 2019 Novel Coronavirus outbreak.
From stores selling out of surgical masks to students calling for class cancellations, the 2019 Novel Coronavirus has taken ASU by storm since Sunday’s announcement that a member of the community was infected with the viral illness.
An ASU community member has been diagnosed with the 2019 Novel Coronavirus, Arizona health officials said Sunday.
As we continue welcoming the new year, we're permitted an opportunity to look back at 2019.
If there is anything a diverse group of over 100,000 students at ASU can bond over, it’s memes.
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The State Press published a database of ASU employee salaries in 2017 in order to make public records more accessible for the University community. We just updated the database to reflect salaries from 2018, and we want to know — what questions do you have?
A long standing question in the months leading up to the election has been whether or not the youth would come out to the polls, and at ASU, young voters have arrived in strides to cast their ballots.
Whether students are going on road trips or picking up extra shifts over the summer, State Press editors have created a summer playlist of our favorite songs.