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Following the investigation, Whitaker admitted to plagiarizing in an apology letter saying, “I have no excuse for the errors in my book. This history which is near and dear to me and which I have studied since childhood. I was hasty and careless in failing to properly cite and credit all the numerous sources, and my paraphrasing of the work of others was at times inadequate.”
The second Mural Ride event took place Saturday, drawing in community members and art lovers alike in downtown Phoenix.
Phoenix is a city in transit and four community members offer their perspectives on its current status.
The Vig Fillmore succeeds as bar food and nothing more.
Kanye West's decision to feature the young artist may prove his doubters wrong, once again.
Earl Sweatshirt's album succeeds in the overall progression of a prodigious rapper.
With his new album, 'Yeezus,' Kanye West walks on water.
From an extended stay with sorority girls to performing with his spoken word idol, the life of local slam poet and ASU alumnus Myrlin Hepworth has never been boring.
Two SPM writers go on a spiritual journey to churches, mosques and more.
After a lecture from an ASU professor, a team of student researchers from Holland moved to Arizona to study the controversial SB 1070 with a fresh set of eyes.
Some call Daniel Wayne the first person to bring latte art to Phoenix. Others, simply the barista at Lola Coffee. Either way, he got to where he is on a long, caffeinated course.
Demetrius Burns is an SPM writer that moonlights as a "guerilla poet." This is his story of falling in love with the art.
The album is a dynamic force of powerful sound that blasts its way through the 10 tracks, leaving the listener feeling a bit struck.
Freshman Joseph Lupien hails from the land in the north, and this summer he's going back in hopes of winning a national cycling competition.
The level of camaraderie between the group members and their respective jovialness were memorable performance aspects.
Meet Sarah Grimes, the freshman who took matters in her own hands when she painted the Lion King mural in Taylor Place.
Downtown's newest bike shop, PHX Bike, offers a wide array of bike accessories and convenience in an urban atmosphere.
The Phoenix Style Collective looks to bring together the "tastemakers" in the Valley, with everything from hair salons to vintage stores (or, in one case, both).
After the untimely death of his friend and fellow student, one ASU student vowed to run the P.F. Chang's Rock 'n' Roll Marathon in his honor.
In reflection of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, one writer seeks out ASU professors' thoughts on race in America.