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From dissecting award shows in class to taking a piano course from home — students still looking for a fall elective next semester can choose from a variety of interdisciplinary subjects offered on campus, ranging in style from seminar, online and lesson based.
Students with an interest in pop culture can take classes on Beyonce, piano and the Oscars. Photo taken on Monday, April 10, 2017.
The newest restaurant available to downtown Phoenix students at Phoenix’s CityScape is not a normal taco stand, breakfast cafe or fine dining Mexican experience.
The title of ASU’s latest MainStage show “Men on Boats,” may be misleading as it stars an entirely female cast.
Paige Bird, the editor-in-chief of Metiza, recently spoke to ASU clubs about her publication, its goal to empower and give a voice to young women and the journey that got her to where she is now.
Journalism junior Tynin Fries watches her first season of "The Bachelor" on Monday, February 6.
Monday nights are dedicated to ABC's "The Bachelor" for many ASU students. Some view the show as a sports-like community experience while others believe the show could have a negative effect on its audience because of the romantic myths it perpetuates.
Trade in the stage lights, makeup and costumes for short-shorts and Doritos. Mike Largent’s “Move: A Mountain Goat’s Monologue” is not what many consider a normal theater performance.
Graduate students in ASU’s Master of Fine Arts creative writing program held a conference over the weekend for students and community members alike, giving grad students professional experience and inviting the community to join the world of creative writing.
Diversity in Hollywood has been a hot topic for the past several years, and future filmmakers in ASU's film programs are working to stay ahead of the game with their diverse course offerings and student population.
Peanut butter and jelly. Tom and Jerry. ASU and Urban Outfitters.
Ceramics, photography and classics – oh my! ASU Art Museum
unveiled its Fall 2015 exhibitions on Sept. 11, showing students and staff
alike that they don’t have to travel very far (or pay very much) for some art and culture.