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Frankenstein at 200 brings to life an interdisciplinary creation that explores the history of "Frankenstein," what makes it so compelling and why it matters today.
On Sept. 18 at Katzin Concert Hall on the ASU Tempe campus, faculty members and students will pair together for a horn recital that combines personal expression and familiar songs.
Looking for a new study spot that isn't the campus library? Managers and shop owners at these five restaurants in downtown Phoenix encourage all ASU students to stop by, grab a bite and study away.
Literary and visual arts will collide at The Phoenix Art Museum when two poets read their work on First Friday on Sept. 2 in a presentation co-sponsored by ASU's Superstition Review, an online literary magazine.
After spending 24 years inspiring students, ASU professor Patricia Murphy is now sharing her insights with the world in her new book of poetry, "Hemming Flames."
Food trucks line the street at the Phoenix Public Market Open Air Farmer’s Market on Saturday, Aug. 20.
A painting on the side of the Phoenix Public Market advertises the weekly Open Air Market.
Every Saturday, students at the Downtown Phoenix campus can trek across a couple parking lots to be greeted with lively music, the smell of food and friendly faces at the Phoenix Public Market.