Annoying Pest or Exotic Pet?

Cockroaches make great pets. These roaches seen here are breed by a professional and are sold by them as well.

Ethan Price, Associate Editor of Features and Entertainment

December 20, 2013

When you think of pets, you probably think of the standard dogs and cats.  But how often does your mind come to the cockroach?  Madagascar’s hissing cockroach is a very popular exotic pet in the U.S. and is one of the most bizarre. The island of Madagascar, as their name suggests, is where these...

Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2 Preview

Flint and his friends team up to save the town from Foodimals.

Arlayna Schooley, Columnist

September 24, 2013

If you're hungry for a new animated movie, chew on this! Exactly who should you call when a machine that should turn water into food runs out of control and is spewing hybrid food-animals all over your hometown? If you've never been in that situation, Flint Lockwood has, and he calls his friends (and...

Cronkite School of Journalism

Adaption of photography by milhouse21200, available under a Creative Commons Attribution License. Copyright  © 2009 milhouse21200.

Alex Dockery, Columnist, 2012-2013

June 4, 2013

  The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication is located on the downtown ASU campus. Within the school are five digital newsrooms, two media laboratories, seven computer labs, two studio and control rooms, several video editing rooms, a large meeting room for public events, and ...

OakCatVidFest was a Meowing Success

OakCatVidFest was a Meowing Success

Ethan Price, Editor of Features and Extras

May 22, 2013

The OakCatVidFest is the largest and most anticipated large scale cat lover gathering in the U.S. Held in Oakland, California, on May 13, people from all around the country travel to the most anticipated event for cat enthusiasts. The purpose of the OakCatVidFest  is to benefit the local community of c...

How to Care for Succulents and Cacti

How to Care for Succulents and Cacti

Jaime Faulkner, Editor In Chief, 2012-2013

May 22, 2013

If you’ve been to a nursery or garden center lately, you have probably seen a cluster of strange looking plants for sale near the cacti. Succulents, or plants that store water in thick leaves or pods, have surged in popularity over the last few months. According to, the reason for t...

Sequestration Looms over Nation

Ethan Price, Columnist

March 14, 2013

On March 1, President Obama met with congressional leaders to work on a plan for the national budget and prevent the sequester, which would effect an $85 billion cut of federal programs. Both Republicans and Democrats are in agreement that the sequester cuts put in place by the Budget Control Act are...