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.
ASU has a moral obligation to inform students about gun violence happening off campus.
Shifts in job availability and program difficulty are among the many reasons that over 70% of ASU students change their major during their undergraduate years.
Join hosts Abby Bessinger and Tyler Abrams for this week's episode of State Press Play. Tune in to hear about study abroad opportunities at ASU and events around campus that celebrate and honor Black History Month.
The first of February marks the beginning of Black History Month — a month-long observance highlighting the culture and contributions of Black people.
Choosing a study abroad program and figuring out financial aid can be a difficult process. This guide shows how to easily find information on various aspects of studying abroad.
Up to 29 political debates will be organized by a joint operation between Citizens Clean Elections, Arizona Media Association and Riester after Cronkite and Arizona PBS departure.
Kintsugi is a new student organization for students searching for Asian awareness, brotherhood and community engagement.
The State Press asked students from across campuses and grade levels at ASU how they feel about the use of birth control and contraception resources offered by the University.
On Jan. 29, University of Arizona held a leadership forum to discuss next steps in the plan to address an expected $177 million shortfall.
Devils in the Bedroom is a safe place for students to come when they are in need or wishing to learn about anything related to sex.
SJP at ASU said they were cleared of wrongdoing in a rock-throwing incident at a USG Tempe meeting last year, but ASU PD is still investigating the incident.
The co-ed engineering-based fraternity focuses on career development of members as they continue to create an expansive network of fellow engineers.
Braille Devils at ASU hosted a children's Braille book producing on Wednesday focused on educating students on the importance of Braille literacy and accessibility for the visually impaired