Kick up your boots and boogie for ASU’s student-run fundraising event, Boots and Belles.
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By inspiring students to make a lasting impact on society through their careers, ASU’s master’s program in marriage and family therapy equips students for a career in helping families.
Throw out your bullet journal — a new app geared toward college students can keep you organized without a pack of colored pens.
What starts as a pattern of casual social drinking can escalate quickly if students don't watch their alcohol intake, and a new ASU program aims to help students control how much they drink.
A group of ASU students will have the opportunity to bring sustainability to the desert through partnerships with the Arizona cities of Peoria and Clarkdale.
From cargo bike, to farmers market booth, to now a storefront cafe, Blue House Coffee will be providing its downtown Phoenix fans a more permanent spot to purchase its brew.
Running a restaurant is a notoriously difficult venture — with thin profit margins and rising labor costs, the industry presents a high barrier to entry, especially for minority entrepreneurs without access to a robust financial education.
The ASU chapter of Camp Kesem is on track to become the organization's first official chapter in the nation to offer an extended camp that will last for three weeks.
Starting in the 2019-2020 school year, ASU University Housing is partnering with the apartment complex Roosevelt Point to provide housing to upperclassmen students on ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus.