From using mixed-media art for portraying the harmful effects of light pollution to exploring connections between dance and migrant traditions, these students and alumni in arts fields are finding creative ways to leave their marks at ASU.
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Whether you're a die-hard runway connoisseur or fashion novice, all are welcome at a new ASU fashion club on the Downtown Phoenix campus.
Musical theatre junkies, drama fans and more are preparing for the 2019-20 Desert Financial Broadway Across America-Arizona season, which is bringing a combination of Tony Award-winning shows, Valley premieres and Broadway sensations to ASU Gammage.
If your idea of preparing for spring break is relaxing with a drink in hand, look no further. The State Press has you covered with five deals around ASU’s Tempe campus for National Margarita Day on Friday.
Steven Hoppe describes himself as a husband, a father, a firefighter and a cancer survivor — and now, a competitor on NBC's new series "The Titan Games."
The national touring musical "Hello Dolly!" is making its way to ASU Gammage Auditorium the second week of January and bringing ASU alumnus, Connor Wince, home with it.
I spent my 10-hour flight to London dreaming of sunny-side up eggs, grilled tomatoes and mushrooms, baked beans, bacon and pork sausages. When I landed, a traditional English breakfast was my first stop.
Known for its connection to the local music scene, signature queso and dedication to stirring up the ingredients in a burrito, Illegal Pete’s opened its second Arizona location on Mill Avenue in Tempe.
Both restaurants within the Graduate Tempe Hotel have been closed for remodel for the past four months, but as of Nov. 5, The Normal Diner is back with a new name — The Normal restaurant.
A variety of schools within ASU are allowing students to explore food through multiple perspectives this upcoming semester.
Carne asada sizzling on the grill, homemade corn tortillas being pressed to order and asadero cheese melting on top of jalapenos and Anaheim chilies.
With the ASU School of Art and the student housing Arcadia Residential Community just across the street from the Graduate Tempe Hotel, a collaboration seemed inevitable.
With Halloween creeping up around the corner, there is no better way to get the most out of your costume than using it to score free and discounted treats.
ASU’s own Natalie Diaz, whose accomplishments in the literary community have earned national recognition, was recently honored as a 2018 MacArthur Fellow.
A team of ASU students is creating a new arts publication designed to elevate and inspire young artists of color around the University community.
The magic of Disney's international brand has reached ASU's Tempe campus through the new Mouseketeers at ASU club.
The artist duo behind boredomresearch have been commissioned by the Arizona Cancer Evolution Center to create digital visualizations of cancer that will eventually be seen in the ASU Art Museum, a few of Arizona’s hospitals and more.
Voz de Sparky, a bilingual open mic night, is coming to ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus in October as part of Hispanic Heritage Month.
ASU’s Northlight Gallery is hosting an exhibit that uses the photographs from three artists to draw comparisons between locations where efforts toward reconciliation have been made.
An ongoing project by Valley Metro aims to give the community and transit riders a chance to experience art in different ways.