How to use ASU iReport

When items are stolen on campus, students rarely know the culprit. That makes ever finding those stolen items, some of which have great value, almost impossible. To combat this, the ASU Police Department has setup an online system called iReport. I can be accessed through one's myASU account. iReport allows both students and faculty the... Continue Reading →

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Friday Night Lights

The Seguaro Sabercats are one of the biggest powerhouses in Arizona High School football. The 4A program is chasing its 5th straight state title. In the first round of the 2017 the mission was simple: stay focused. That's exactly what they did against a scrappy but outgunned Mingus team. Guided by a 31-point 2nd quarter,... Continue Reading →

Photo Slideshow

For this story I covered the Arizona Wrestling Federation's school. Four days a week, aspiring pro wrestlers gather in Glendale to work with the pros to hone their skills. The wrestling business is a hard one to break into. It takes dedications, looks, charisma and a high tolerance for pain. Many of the instructors told... Continue Reading →

Mountain Park Health Center

Mountain Park Health Center hosted the grand opening of its newest facility in Tempe this morning, in an effort to promote local wellness that’s affordable for all. According to a press release, the 32,000 square foot building will triple the number of patients they were able to serve at their former Tempe location. The health... Continue Reading →

Fake News and Real News: An Analysis

REAL NEWS: What's it look like? 1.) AP What makes this story stand out as irrefutably true is that the message comes straight from the horse's mouth. The first quote offered in this article is a tweet from President Donald Trump directly confirming the headline. What follows are several comments from Mr. Trump's press secretary, and... Continue Reading →

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