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ASU vice provost Christopher Callahan is one of four finalists in the running to become the president of the University of South Dakota, according to the South Dakota Board of Regents.
Beneath the busiest campus of the largest university in the country, we make the news.
History and hip-hop geeks have another shot to snag seats for "Hamilton" at ASU Gammage — and they're only 10 bucks.
The State Press is partnering with investigative news nonprofit ProPublica and dozens of newsrooms across the country to document and tell the stories of incidents of bias, discrimination and hate.
The State Press has been covering ASU since 1890. We're a independently student-run news organization that reports on the things our community cares about most.
The State Press has been covering ASU since 1890. We're an independently student-run news organization that reports on the things our community cares about most.
Minutes from ASU’s polytechnic campus, the Arizona Cyber Warfare Range has three missions: to educate, to gather intelligence and to change the industry.
Surrounded by his robots, Dr. Wenlong Zhang poses for a picture. He laughs looking down at the camera screen through rectangular wire-rimmed lenses and asks to be sent the good ones.
For many, December means one thing — Christmastime.
The concept is simple — terrorism is defined as “the use of violent acts to frighten the people in an area as a way of trying to achieve a political goal.” My faith in Merriam-Webster leads me to believe that the linguists were onto something with their definition. With no mention of religion or nationality, the word “terrorism” does not apply as a description to anyone or anything other than those involved in perpetrating acts of terror.
The world of feminism is small. Too small. There is a very limited number of feminist publications that promote it for what it is — the equality of the genders politically, socially, economically and academically.
Native American students at ASU are sharing their culture and presence on campus during Native American Heritage Month, which started this November.
If you have visited Facebook in the past month, you’ve probably been entranced by a recipe becoming reality. “TASTY” has led a revolution to render cookbooks useless with its hypnotic ability to make every dish look doable.
Sweating under the Phoenix sun, dozens of student athletes grip PVC pipes between their legs, lunge after a tennis ball hanging from a player’s shorts and use a vernacular typically reserved for movie screens and books. Muggle Quidditch is in full swing.
Billboards sporting half-naked teenagers in American Apparel thigh-highs filled the world for too long. We're tired of buying overpriced scrunchies modeled by a nearly topless 18-year-old.
The Ben's Bells Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to spreading a message to "be kind," arrived in Phoenix in June to promote a culture of intentional kindness in schools, businesses and the greater community.
Journalist Tony Ortega lectured on the downtown campus Tuesday night about the investigative book, "The Unbreakable Miss Lovely," on the Church of Scientology. The book was published in May of this year.