Students take a big step by deciding to switch from community college or a different university, a change that ASU facilitates.
Sun Devil Motorsports offers students the opportunity to work in engineering, design and event planning through a large team of passionate, committed car enthusiasts.
Between a variety of group classes, workout spaces and equipment, each student can find the perfect spot at one of the unique SDFCs across the four campuses.
An Arizona Board of Regents meeting Thursday approved University of Arizona sports contracts and ASU's medical school, they also extended FAFSA deadline for Arizona Promise Program.
The United Campus Workers of Arizona protested at ABOR's Feb. 22 board meeting in the MU against a pair of house bills that could change university operations.
Cricket at ASU is an alternative to intramural sports for students to socialize, play and exercise their abilities in cricket tournaments.
While some display reservations surrounding the consumption of energy drinks and caffeinated beverages, students continue to use them in times of need.
With lots of expensive places near the Downtown Phoenix campus, here are places for ASU students to find fun and good food close by on a college budget.
Joseph Alexander, a 101-year-old Holocaust survivor, joined Chabad at ASU to speak about his life and experience surviving concentration camps in Nazi Germany.
Making intergenerational friendships as a college student can help you gain a new perspective on your future.
Join hosts Tyler Abrams and Tate Daniels for this week's episode of State Press Play. Tune in to hear about intergenerational friendships, a freshman gymnast who is making a name for herself and an environmental sustainability club at ASU. New episodes weekly.
The EARTH Club aims to teach students environmentally conscious alternatives and DIYs to help students reduce their ecological footprint.
Lucy Chapman has found a way to balance two important aspects of her life, training and winning horse shows — all while earning a biology degree.
Small Island Big Song concert tour harmonizes diverse voices against climate change.
The "mean nurse" stereotype has been around for decades, and nurses at ASU may have to confront the facets of the stereotype before entering the profession.
There's a new sheriff in town, and his message is simple: build trust. But controversy looms over his recent political party switch.
The partnership between OpenAI and ASU has its benefits for research purposes, but students don't see the same benefits when in control of ChatGPT.
Crow speaks on recent updates to the University, free speech, the search for a new athletic director and more in a West USG student forum.