Comencé esta revista en español porque parecía el siguiente paso claro en la expansión de la accesibilidad dentro de State Press Magazine.
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I started this Spanish magazine because it seemed like the clear next step in expanding accessibility within State Press Magazine. ASU’s “Hispanic/Latino” demographic makes up just over 20% of the student body, both undergraduate and graduate. But stepping into the student newsrooms that cover the University, I did not see a reflection of those numbers. To say this is an issue that exists in a vacuum would be incorrect. This is part of a larger conversation that journalists of color are tackling: The notion that American journalism exists for white middle-class issues. This is an ongoing problem that exists outside of the University space. I had read stories from papers in the Valley that were reporting on the economic impact of the growing Hispanic population, or the fact that this demographic now makes up the majority in the city of Phoenix. But reporters are often urged to synthesize this information — to neatly fold up the experiences of a diverse set of communities tied together by various dialects of Spanish — and report on its effects on the city. But our existence is not numerical, it is a moving part of this American machine.
Two decades ago, he packed his bag to leave the U.S. for a shortterm mission trip in Haiti.
With fires forcing almost 1,500 people to evacuate their homes, Arizona’s unusually high almanac of fires broke records this summer, leading researchers to break down the best ways to combat this phenomenon.
It has to be bold and pastel to fit the theme; it should have large text with a wide typeface and follow an “assert, prove and explain" model.
Many pet owners insert chips in their dogs to track them in case of an emergency, but for James Sulikowski, tracking devices reach below sea level, expanding to also serve sharks.
Editor’s note: This article contains offensive language.
With goals of scaling down the size of artificial intelligence devices with funding from the military, scientific efforts have reached new research milestones by studying bee brains.
The State Press está decidiendo publicar dos versiones de esta historia, una en inglés y otra en español, para representar con mayor precisión las experiencias de la comunidad diversa de estudiantes de ASU que cubrimos en este y otros artículos. La versión en español fue escrita y editada por personal con fluidez en el idioma, al igual que cualquier historia.
The State Press is choosing to publish two versions of this story — one in English and one in Spanish — to more accurately represent the experiences of the diverse community of ASU students we cover in this and other articles. The Spanish version was written and edited by staffers fluent in the language, just as any story would be.
The ASU Police Department said there is no current threat to the Tempe campus following reports that students saw a person with a gun outside of a class in Murdock Hall Tuesday.
Lester Holt received the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism at the school's annual luncheon at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in downtown Phoenix on Monday.
Haunted by the ghosts of costumes worn only once, students will pass through the aisles of costumes that feed into a wasteful cycle. This happens every year as people buy single-use costumes created to fuel the fast fashion industry and be thrown away on Nov. 1.
As nights on ASU campuses finally begin to drop below 90 degrees and the stress of midterms simmers down, students can look to new ways to get spooked in celebration of Halloween around the corner.
Crime across ASU's campuses during September 2019 increased compared to the same time last year, according to data released by the ASU Police Department.
Virtual reality tours, interactive games and a photo booth are all packed inside of a traveling showroom for a single purpose: To unify the two cultures of Germany and the U.S.
Bold lips traced in red lipliner, large hoop earrings and strong brows – these are the defining features for groundbreaking Chicana artist Selena Quintanilla.
A group of women in the design field at ASU are working to reshape some of their discipline's most persistent problems: a lack of representation for women and public perceptions that can prevent them from advancing in disciplines like architecture.
Men with capes, bold silhouettes and strong muscles – these are all images that are generated when one types the word "hero" into a search engine.
Auditioning for an orchestra can be daunting for anyone, but this is especially true for musicians of color, who often have to brave the jitters and the lofty, intimidating concert hall only to find themselves standing alone in a sea of white faces.