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During a Thursday evening protest outside Tempe City Hall in response to the fatal shooting of 14-year-old Antonio Arce by a Tempe police officer, one of our magazine columnists, Ben Cooper, was arrested on suspicion of aggravated assault against a police officer.
As we look back on 128 years of serving the ASU community, there’s a lot to take in.
An Arizona judge has dismissed a lawsuit over tuition costs to attend Arizona’s public universities, which was filed by Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich against the Arizona Board of Regents last September.
Uber has suspended its self-driving car program in Tempe as well as in Pittsburgh, San Francisco and Toronto following a fatal accident on Mill Avenue Sunday night.
Science and technology editors Sam Deadrick and Ethan Millman discuss local implications surrounding Waymo's newest announcement: they will be introducing a wave of fully self-driving cars to the streets of Phoenix. These will be the first of their kind that do not require human drivers as a safety precaution. Podcast editor Greg Harman is also featured.
With the season two of Stranger Things recently debuting online, science and technology editors Sam Deadrick and Ethan Millman talk about the show's special effects and how the screenwriters show their passion for films from the 1970s and 80s.
Engineering junior Jacob Knaup demonstrates how a jumping robot works during a media day on the Polytechnic campus at the IDEAlab on Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017.
Bio-Inspired Mechatronics Lab Director Panos Polygerinos demonstrates how an inflatable bladder works during a media day on the Polytechnic campus on Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017.
Researchers on ASU’s Polytechnic campus are developing devices like prosthetic limbs designed to help hospital patients as they recover.
ASU School of Life Sciences research technologist and bee lab manager Osman Kaftanoglu releases a colony of bees at the lab on the Polytechnic campus in Mesa, Arizona during a media day on Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017.
The bee lab is home to thousands of bees, including many baby bees incapable of flying or stinging. One visitor holds some baby bees during a media day on the Polytechnic campus in Mesa, Arizona on Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017.
About a mile from the Polytechnic campus on Old Pecos road in Mesa is ASU’s Bee Lab Annex. Aside from the sign outside that reads “Bee Xing,” outside of the lab, there’s little that would suggest that within the building is what one lab member calls one of the biggest honey bee research labs in the country.
Science and technology editors Sam Deadrick and Ethan Millman discuss virtual assistants from Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung and Microsoft, comparing their strengths and weaknesses. Guest starring podcast editor Greg Harman.
Denis Hayes, coordinator of the first Earth Day, gives a presentation on sustainable buildings at the Student Pavilion on the Tempe campus on Monday, Oct. 2.
Denis Hayes, a longtime environmental advocate known for coordinating the first Earth Day in 1970, gave a talk focusing on sustainable buildings at ASU’s student pavilion on the Tempe campus on Monday, Oct. 2.
An ASU director testified at a Senate Banking Committee hearing on Oct. 4 that focused on the Equifax data breach announced on Sept. 7.
In an effort to encourage discussion among researchers, ASU's Center for Gender Equity in Science and Technology held its first equity exchange on Tuesday at West Hall on the Tempe campus.
U.S. Senator John McCain was the first in a string of Arizona lawmakers to discuss cybersecurity issues Wednesday in a keynote speech at an ASU-hosted congressional conference.
Following the rise in attention to fake news spreading across social media in November, Dan Gillmor, a professor of practice at ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, wrote an article calling for major media outlets to be “champions of media literacy.”