Bridging Success Program Coordinator Justine Cheung has seen the Early Start Program through both years of its implementation, and hopes to encourage foster youth to attend college, she said.
Early Start program participant Rachel Kreger-Pratt said the prospect of meeting students who share her background made her more excited to come to ASU.
The 2014 Behavioral Health Barometer, conducted by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, shows statistics about mental health in Arizona.
Bridging Success Program Coordinator Justine Cheung describes the Early Start Program and explains some of the challenges faced by foster youth.
Journey of Hope participants Konnor Buscho, Drew Cring and Austin Miller reflect on their experiences on the 67-day cycling trip and discuss their re-adjustment to life at ASU.
David Regan's "Borscht Tureen" is one of many ceramic pieces featured in the ASU Art Museum's newly-opened installation, "Crafting the Collection." The installation will be available until September 3.
Grab some grub and have a picnic at Tempe Beach Park, the perfect place to enjoy excellent waterfront views on a warm summer night. (Photo Illustration)
This is one of the playful cats La Gattara may foster from Lost Our Home Pet Rescue in Tempe. The Pet Rescue houses several rooms of kittens and cats, as well as dogs — all of which are available for foster or adoption.
The Armstrong Great Hall is one of the social gathering spaces which were important to designers Tomas Rossant and Brian Masuda. The hall overlooks the pedestrian walkway that bisects the two wings of the Beus Center.
The Beus Center for Law and Society is the new home to the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, the campus bookstore, the ASU Alumni Law Group and much more.