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.
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.
Beginning next week, University students, whether by plane, car or light rail, will begin the trek back to their hometowns for the beginning of the holiday season.
ASU wrestling will fly to Bethlehem, PA this weekend to compete at Wranglemania and the Journeymen Collegiate Classic
Conference realignment and ASU's move from the Pac-12 to the Big 12 will hurt college athletes and their fans in ways that would have been avoided if realignment prioritized the athletes who compete in their respective sports.
33 Buckets works hand in hand with ASU students to provide solutions for Peru's clean drinking water scarcity.
A spring break trip organized by Barrett, The Honors College left some students concerned about contributions to COVID-19 risks that continue to affect the local Hawaiian community.
As they prepare to return home until the spring semester, some students reflect on their decision to come to Tempe and their experience this semester.
Planters Peanuts visited ASU to offer Sun Devils a chance to travel the country by becoming a Peanutter.
As a part of ASU's upcoming Doctoral Recital Series, Alexandra Birch will highlight different cultures through a violin performance.
Miranda Tomlinson was sitting in the basement of a hostel in Edinburgh playing cards and talking with friends after traveling to Scotland from London for the weekend.
ASU Wheelchair Basketball Team members were strongly impacted by their trip to Indonesia and hope to see ASU further invest in international programs.
Travel photographer Paula Cullison displays her new "To Cuba With Love" exhibit at ASU now through Dec. 3.