ASU freshman infielder Denae Chatman (33) is welcomed by her teammates and fans as she hits a home run during a game against Oregon at Alberta B. Farrington Softball Stadium in Tempe, Arizona, on Saturday, April 14, 2018.
Hsu joined a Christian club called the Navigators. On Easter, a member of Navigators hosted a barbeque at their apartment and Hsu was able to catch up with everyone and enjoy time spent with her friends. Hsu came to know God during her undergraduate years when one of her professors shared stories of the gospel during private lunch time.
ASU senior pitcher Eli Lingos (15) pitches the ball during a game against USC at Phoenix Municipal Stadium on Saturday, April 7, 2018.
Hsu prepares the chili sauce by adding the chili powder on the pan.
This finished dish, Buttered Chicken with a side of Chapati.
Photo collage of Marisa Stankiewicz (left) Skylar McCarty (middle) and Jade Gortarez (right) playing in a game against Oregon at Alberta B. Farrington Softball Stadium in Tempe, Arizona, on Saturday, April 14, 2018.
ASU biochemistry junior Meilin Zhu and biochemistry and biological sciences junior Humza Zubair, who were awarded the Goldwater scholarship, pose for a photo at the Biodesign Institute in Tempe, Arizona, on Thursday, April 18, 2018.
Tess Neal, assistant professor at ASU's School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, poses for a photo on Monday, April 9, 2018 in Tempe, Arizona.
Kapoor and his friends pose for a photo after a Holi celebration. During Holi participants play with color, water balloons, water guns and gather with family and friends. Holi originally is celebrated to honor Lord Vishnu. The night before the color filled day, people gather to build a bonfire and perform rituals in front of it. In the Hindu mythologies, Hiranyakashipu, a king of demonic spirits demanded to be worshiped, but his son Prahlada went against him because of his devotion to Lord Vishnu. Hiranyakashipu tried to kill his son, but Prahlada's life was said to be saved by Lord Vishnu.
Kapoor and his friends throw colors in the air and at one another during Holi, also known as the "Festival of Color". As friends throw color at each other's faces, they say "Bura na mano Holi Hai!" which means "Don't feel bad, it's Holi!" The moto behind the festival is "good wins over evil," they pray for all internal evil to be destroyed and to be good to all.
Mohit Kapoor is an ASU international student pursuing a master's degree in science in structural engineering, and will be graduating spring 2018. Here, Kapoor poses for a photo in traditional Indian clothing on the ASU Tempe Campus in Tempe, Arizona.
Kapoor works as a transcriber for ASU's Alternative Format Service in Matthews Hall about 20 hours a week. He scans books and converts them into word documents so that they can be more easily understood by disabled students.
Ever since Kapoor met a group of students from Calvin Presbyterian Church playing volleyball, he has been playing the game every Tuesday with them. He began to create friendships with the members and has been to several services at their church.
During Kapoor's first year at ASU, around 2016, he met people from Calvin Presbyterian Church playing volleyball at the SDFC field. He has continued to play the sport since then.
Kapoor puts a tomato base into a pot as he prepares Buttered Chicken, an Indian curry dish, at his friend's apartment. Along with family, food is one of the main reasons he wants to move back to India.
Mohit smiles at his accomplished Buttered Chicken dish, a popular Indian meal that he makes once a month for his friends and himself. He was inspired to make this dish because his brother would make it for him when he lived back in India. Mohit claims that he has not perfected the dish yet, but strives to make this dish exactly like his brother one day.
The last ingredient to go with the Buttered Chicken is something similar to a tortilla, but is made of wheat; Chapati. Mohit heats up the Chapati on a pan before putting all the different parts on a plate to eat.
Kapoor adds chicken to the pot once all the vegetables have begun to boil.
A Photo Illustration of an ASU student holding his videocamera to film in Tempe, Arizona, on Thursday, April 5, 2018.
ASU students stand by the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College on ASU's Tempe campus on Thursday, March 29, 2018.