Leonard Downie discusses working on the set of the Oscar-nominated film, as well as his long career at The Washington Post.
PUBG is proving to be hard to watch as an esport because of the nature of survival games.The NA LCS has formed a player association and Riot seeks for its players to unionize so they can engage in collective bargaining.
ASU grammar professor Maren Showkeir discusses her experience teaching abroad and as a published author with Austin and Samie.
This week Austin and Samie talk to Jay Alabaster, an ASU professor who is teaching an online course while completing his PhD dissertation in a small town in Japan.
State Press political editors discuss why the DREAM Act is a hot topic among some ASU students.
A decade of development has led to the self-driving cars that do not require human drivers for safety.
In this weekly roundup, Austin and Samie discuss everything from what it takes to keep a pet in your dorm room to how you could be the next Sparky mascot for ASU.
The 2017 League of Legends World Championships has ended and next season the NA League will be franchised. Super Smash Bros Melee had an invitational tournament. Team Heroic's coach steps down.
State Press politics editors discuss Scholl's future with the city and how she'll couple that with a class schedule.
A discussion of how the combination of practical and visual effects makes Stranger Things stand out from the pack.
We explore how ASU handles sexual health, what students spend on dorm decor and why some use drugs for studying.
ASU student Rachel Javorsky opened for SNL's Michael Che and Colin Jost last week, hear about her experience on this week’s After Hour.
Mary Cook is the Director of Student Success at Cronkite, and that job entails more than you might think.