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Devils in the White City

November 6, 2013


Midterms-in-hand, ASU Real Estate Development Master’s Candidates set out Sunday to join their alumni and prospective employers at the Urban Land Institute’s fall meeting in Chicago, Il. The sun set early as the Devils ascended into the eastern sky, their trek a welcome change from the design-studio-style class of almost thirty. The faction of future […]

“Twerk and Shout” Sundevils React to Changes in the Dictionary

October 25, 2013

0 (click the link to read the published story, edited by ASU State Press Magazine Editors.) (Originally written version, including some commentary along the way and a writer’s note at the end.) TWERK AND SHOUT! Long before fire and the wheel, humans figured out grunts and clicks to convey ideas. We haven’t shut up since. […]

Giffords’ Hero Loses Student Election; Scandal, Student Courts, and Expression Restraints

April 22, 2011


Read Brian Mori’s series coverage of the Spring 2011 UA undergrad scandal involving Daniel Hernandez Jr., the intern President Obama hailed as a hero for attempts to help Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords in the Tucson Mass Shooting earlier this year. Daniel Hernandez Jr. was twice turned down for student body president of the University of Arizona […]

Minimum Jail for Student Mom Who Put Baby in Bag, in Dorm

October 15, 2010


Minimum Jail for Student Mom Who Put Baby in Bag, in Dorm

Student Court Rules Against Candidate’s Campaign Expression

March 10, 2010


Student Court Rules Against Candidate’s Campaign Expression

GPSC: Resignations and rejections result from representatives’ resistance

March 3, 2010


     GPSC Meeting, 3 March 2010 [UPDATE] RESIGNATION RESULTS FROM REPRESENTATIVES’ RESISTANCE The debate over student fees came to a head at last night’s GPSC meeting with the resignation of President David Talenfeld and the announcement of the resignation of Campus Recreation Director Juliette Moore (See below regarding “retirement” vs. “resignation of Juliette Moore.) […]

GPSC: Reps Change Minds, Drop Support for Admins’ Fees

March 1, 2010


GPSC takes stand against fee process, drops support for previously agreed-upon amounts Coverage from last Wednesday’s GPSC meeting, courtesy of freelance journalist Brian Mori. The Graduate and Professional Student Council voted Wednesday to express their displeasure with how University of Arizona administration has presented student support for fee increases to the Arizona Board of Regents. […]