Arts & Entertainment

Play brings freshman woes to center stage

Guest Author:
Jillian Metz
Published On:
Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Issues common to college freshmen took center stage Thursday night at the Memorial Union in Tempe

Film: America falling behind in education

Published On:
Friday, September 12, 2008
Documentary (09-12-08)
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ASU President Michael Crow speaks Thursday alongside the presidents of the University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University as part of a panel discussion held in the Evelyn Smith Music Hall prior to the screening of "Two Million Minutes," a documentary about students from China, India, and the United States. (Morgan Bellinger/The State Press)

Even the most meticulous college preparation could hold disadvantages when compared internationally.

New program brings artists to Phoenix

Published On:
Monday, September 15, 2008

ASU has a found a way to link students, conceptual art and artists together through the new Future Arts Research, or FAR, program.

Interactive art exhibit opens

Subhead:
‘Mandala’ artist invites visitors to make their own designs on gallery floor
Published On:
Thursday, September 11, 2008
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Intermedia graduate student Jason Ripper poses for a photo with his interactive art exhibition, Mandala, as fellow students and gallery attendees work on another part of the piece. Mandala is on display in the Step Gallery through September 19. (Morgan Bellinger/The State Press)

From outside, the Step Gallery on the Tempe campus appears to be abandoned.

Exhibit captures ‘beautiful awkwardness’ of relocation

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Photos profile refugees who have resettled in the Valley
Published On:
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Refugee (09-09-08)
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At Home in Phoenix: Philosophy junior Vindelinata Istina Krishna (right), a refugee from Congo, speaks with Photographer Eliza Gregory (left) in front of her portrait during the FUSE: Portraits of Refugee Households in Metropolitan Phoenix exhibit set in ASU’s Museum of Anthropology.(Lindy Mapes/The State Press)

Local artist Eliza Gregory wanted to know what happens when two radically different cultures coalesce, and the question led to her latest exhibit, “Fuse: Portraits of Refugee Households in Metropoli