Join hosts Gabriella Fernbaugh, Damian Goacher and Tyler Abrams as they break down coverage of the Israel/Gaza Conflict as it relates to ASU's campus. New episodes every week.
ASU Chabad gathered Jewish students at the Memorial Union to pray for unity within the community.
Students, local organizations and faculty speak out against TPUSA and their controversial past on campus
Students for Justice in Palestine at ASU presented a petition for the University to boycott and divest from Israel and have organized protests on campus and in Phoenix.
ASU is part of the Gendered Violence Research Network, which works to prevent violence on a global scale with other organizations around the world.
Tempe is raising the age to buy tobacco products from 18 to 21 after a city council vote on Oct. 26.
ASU joined various universities, groups of institutions, and a scholarship fund in a statement to support Israel and denounce Hamas.
The new Undergraduate Student Government leadership has been working since the beginning of the fall semester on fulfilling campaign promises.
Students and community members rallied outside Old Main and marched around the Tempe campus to show support for Palestine as conflict in the region continues.
ASU's annual Humanities Week presented 'Arming Students for Good: Youth Activism to Prevent Violence,' an event to uplift youth voices on gun violence prevention.
Students, faculty frustrated with Turning Point USA and ASU after altercation involving faculty member
Some LGBTQ+ students and faculty question their safety on campus after an ASU professor was assaulted by two members of Turning Point USA Wednesday afternoon.
ASU students, faculty and Jewish community members gathered in solidarity to show support for Israel and honor the fallen after rising conflict in the region.
Students rallied to support Palestine on the Tempe campus following continued conflict in the Israel-Palestine region.
Gov. Hobbs asked ABOR and state universities to come up with a student-focused funding formula as a new means of securing funding for universities.
A proposed amendment to the city's anti-discrimination ordinance would prevent people on Housing Choice Vouchers from being rejected from housing based on their source of income.
Tempe will celebrate Indigenous People's Day on Monday after the city council voted unanimously to have the paid official holiday replace Columbus Day.
Join hosts Gabriella Fernbaugh and Tyler Abrams as they break down the Pac-12 lawsuit, Kirk and Prager returning to campus and hateful graffiti painted on ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus in the third season of "State Press Play." This episode also features information regarding the new McCain National Library. New episodes every Friday.
President Joe Biden will announce the creation of the John McCain III National Library, which will be built on the Tempe campus to honor the late U.S. Senator.
A law student was arrested and charged with aggravated criminal damage hours after Nazi symbolism about a featured photographer at an exhibit at Cronkite was found outside of the Cronkite building on the Downtown Phoenix campus.
Conservative figures Charlie Kirk, Dennis Prager and others return to campus after months of controversy
Dennis Prager and Charlie Kirk returned to ASU to continue their conversation about free speech in public universities.