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A look back at the previous month's campus police activity.
The Arizona Supreme Court overturned the conviction of Andre Lee Juwaun Maestas, an ASU student arrested in 2014 for obstructing a public thoroughfare and possession of marijuana in his dorm, despite Maestas being an Arizona Medical Marijuana Act card holder.
My first encounter with video games was when I was in middle school. It was the sensational Nintendo DS. Of course, I was just as intrigued and excited for this new form of technology as any other middle school kid. However, this crave for video games diminished as I grew older. I played the…
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Crash Bandicoot was a videogame icon in the ’90s. I remember spinning and whomping my way through the 3D platform levels, grabbing fruit and Aku Aku masks while trying to defeat the evil Dr. Neo Cortex on the first PlayStation. The original trilogy has been remastered as the Crash Bandicoot …
Matthew Jarecki, The Jerk, says in the Weekly Take "I won’t go on an angst-ridden tangent about why college athletics is slavery, why the NCAA is an evil institution ... " and so much more. Do you agree with him?
When being an athlete you learn more than just how to play the game, you learn how to turn your sports lessons into life lessons.
Former NAU wide receiver Elijah Marks signed an undrafted-free agent deal with Kansas City.
Most college students fall into the routine of heavy drinking and partying. This may not seem like a big deal at the time, but these habits follow you after you graduate.
Many people don't understand the benefits of being apart of Greek Life. Greek Life provides you with job opportunities and friendships that last a lifetime.
Don’t let people tell you you can’t change your major, transfer schools or fail a class or else you won’t graduate on time. As a student who changed her major three times and attended three different universities, I’m living proof that people have more leeway in college than they think.