Teams of fraternities and sororities participated in a chariot race during Greek Week opening ceremonies Monday. Fraternities and sororities are spending this week bonding with other Greek organizations and performing community service.
Tempe Police Sgt. Mike Lane and Detective Jeff Lane answer students’ questions as well as posed questions to students regarding arrests, violations and recent department initiatives such as Operation Safe and Sober.
Undergraduate Student Government Tempe President Mark Naufel resigned from the Arizona Students’ Association board in October because of concerns with misrepresentation of student funding. (Photo by Shawn Raymundo)
Buckley Merrill is running for a state House seat in the 26th Legislative District.
Republican Jerry Lewis is running for state Senate in the 26th Legislative District.
Chris Will, libertarian, is running for a state House seat in the 26th Legislative District.
A high school students Sydney Wallace, 14, and Xavier Wallace, 13, work on their robot as part of the ASU Robot Team, a summer program offered to teens to design and build robots, on Wednesday afternnon at the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Brickyard building. (Photo by Shawn Raymundo)
Sustainability senior Kevin Quinn and civil engineering senior John Hec are gearing up to drive across the U.S. on June 18 in an effort to help disabled children by building summer camp amenities through Push America, a charity connected with the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity.
While bringing the program to the Cronkite school Downtown for the summer, Dave Neighboors, founder of Gangplank, which is a collaborative workspace for small businesses in the Valley, and Liz Smith, Cronkite outreach director, spoke at Gangplank's Open House Friday afternoon.
Techies and anyone interested in the development of technology gathered Thursday afternoon at ASU's SkySong for Techiepalooza. Workshops were offered to attendees such as Alex Dora's programming workshop on Drupal Basics.
The Metro Light Rail expansion in Mesa officially broke ground Wednesday morning in downtown Mesa. Left to Right: Chief Executive Officer for Valley Metro Steve Banta, Mesa Councilman Dennis Kavanaugh, Chandler Councilman Rick Heumann, Mesa Mayor Scott Smith, Tempe Councilwoman Shana Ellis, Dennis Onstot of Valley Transit Constructors.
Visitors to Metrocenter's new ice rink skate during the rink's opening day Friday. A new artificial ice rink will be open until July 1 at the mall.
American Indian artwork can be found at Hayden Library. Starting this fall, ASU will offer a research or fieldwork-based Master's program in American Indian studies.
Sun Dollars are due to be phased out this summer, which could pose a problem for businesses that make large portions of their profits from Sun Dollar purchases.
The Arizona Board of Regents held a meeting to discuss University issues at the Memorial Union on the Tempe campus Thursday afternoon.
ASU student groups and university resources set up a fair on Hayden Lawn Monday to address issues concerning body image and to provide resources for those struggling with their body image.
USG Downtown senators and representatives discussed Friday the proposed universal constitution between all four student body governments before voting 9-3 on passing the referendum.
TASTY TREATS: Adrienne Brown and Micah Brown, 12, of Jamburritos Cajun Grille passed out samples of jumbalaya to patrons at the Food Truck Festival in downtown Phoenix on Saturday.