Coursicle launches at ASU to help students navigate course registration

Almost every ASU student has undergone the emotional rollercoaster that is course registration — from waking up at the crack of dawn to battle it out with 70,000 of their peers to get every necessary class to experiencing the gut-wrenching feeling after realizing one of those necessary classes is full.

But as of Monday, the Coursicle app and website offer another option to help ASU students navigate the process.

Q&A with State Press alumna and new USA Today Editor-in-Chief Nicole Carroll

Nicole Carroll graduated from ASU's Cronkite School in 1991. Now, she's preparing to take on the role of editor-in-chief at USA Today, which she will begin on March 7. 

Carroll worked at the Arizona Republic for 18 years, holding positions in every department except sports. She finished her tenure as executive editor and vice president of news. In her last few days at the Republic, she sat down with The State Press to look back on her experiences in Arizona.

PODCAST – The Forks Estate: ASU students are speaking out about DACA and the DREAM Act

On this episode of The Forks Estate, podcaster Austin Westfall has a conversation with State Press politics editors Mitchell Atencio and Alexis Egeland. They focus on ASU students who are speaking out about wanting a "clean" DREAM Act. Plus, Atencio and Egeland discuss whether or not they believe Congress will pass a DREAM Act bill soon, and what the difference is between DREAM and DACA.