In the wake of 35-56 loss to the Wildcats, ASU and UA demonstrate how rivals can turn into partners when it comes to sustainability.
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Sitting in class, waiting for the internet to connect and watching the bars on the computer continuously search for internet — it's a common problem among ASU students.
Around 100 ASU students and members of the Navajo nation gathered on October 30 to stand in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux reservation, an area potentially impacted by the construction of the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline.
More than 7,900 miles — that's the distance between ASU and Kinnaird College in Pakistan.
Sushi, free printing, early registration and lectures from professors across the world are all perks that Barrett, the Honors College students get for a fee, but are the perks enough to justify semesterly fees and a two-year on campus living requirement.
Everyone has different forms of stress relief — for some it's yoga, for others it's playing music, but for Chris Dodge it’s bouldering.
Maroon, gold and adorned with Sparky the Sun Devil on the side — Sparky license plates do more than just represent ASU, they provide scholarship funds for students.
For the past two years, Parking and Transit Services was working on upgrading parking structures throughout the University, adding upgraded facilities, upgraded payment options and, yes, upgraded prices.
On the eve of the brightest, fullest moon of the year, families across Asia gather together to celebrate an age old tradition: the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Every other Tuesday at ASU’s West campus from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., students will hear music from a live DJ and smell the aroma of freshly cooked food wafting by them as they head out for lunch that day — food trucks have hit Fletcher Lawn.
It sits on the corner of Central Avenue and Taylor Mall, it's small but there's no way to miss it. It's black and white, but has an edge that most coffee shops don't: It's on wheels.