Hiking, crying and stressing over finals — that’s the idea behind the event, "Cry Hike Before Finals," that began as a joke among friends at ASU.
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In the spirit of ASU’s innovation, students interested in professional programs outside of internships have begun investing their efforts in fellowship programs across the nation.
Following an increase in applicants for the 2016-17 school year,the W. P. Carey School of Business’ recent statistics show that its MBA program has become more competitive than many top business schools.
The word radio is often associated with music and talk show chatter, but the Amateur Radio Society is exploring the lesser known side of radio — its role in facilitating communication and winning wars.
Phoenix residents have vocalized complaints about a lack of grocery stores in downtown Phoenix, but those complaints will be put to rest in 2018.
ASU professor bridges a connection between undergraduate students and underprivileged middle schoolers
The Bridges Program mixes psychology, research and parenting skills to help underprivileged families fill in what their student's educational lives lack.
Three ASU students are about to compete in a challenge that looks a lot like The Amazing Race — with wings.
In Clive Wynne’s case, the phrase “a dog is a man’s best friend” applies to not only his life, but also to his research.
For those researching for schools post-graduation, ASU has good news: The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law has just been ranked No. 25 nationwide for law schools by the U.S. News and World Report.
International intrigue is in the air now that the dean of the W. P. Carey School of Business has been appointed to the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International’s board of directors.
What started as a team of one working on a Barrett thesis has grown to include 14 understudies, three of which were just promoted to full cast.
ASU's Black African Coalition showcased the Official Selection Pan African Film Festival documentary “#Bars4Justice” to ASU along with the film's producers, Queen Muhammad Ali and Hakeem Khaaliq, Friday night.
The American Pankration team is doing its own Throwback Thursday to an ancient Greek form of martial arts.
The saying "it's funny because it's true" has never been truer than with ASU alumna and comedian Maysoon Zayid, who discusses issues such as disability, gender and race with her comedy.
A fraternity, a research lab and T-shirts turned out to be a winning combination for cancer research last November.
Amidst racial controversy across college campuses nationwide, such as at University of Chicago and University of Missouri, a group of ASU students have fostered a sense of community with their group on campus, Zaria.
Ron Blake looks and speaks like an activist, but he hasn't always been that way.
Tempe Police reported the following incidents Monday:
Lawyers tend to get a bad rap, but the Pre-Law Society on campus plans to show a different side of law.
Tempe Police reported the following incidents Sunday: