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Unofficial results released Wednesday indicate that Tempe voters have rejected the proposed Tempe entertainment district and the potential new home for the Arizona Coyotes.
The Asian/Asian Pacific American Student Coalition at ASU has always hosted a signature event to celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Four years ago, the event, then called Culture Night, brought about 150 students into the Student Pavilion to watch performances by the coalition's member organizations.
On the first Friday of each month, Phoenix's Arts District, Roosevelt Row, lights up with the sound of music, smell of street vendors and a display of local art. We dig into the history behind the event and why ASU students are so eager to attend.
Students are campaigning and mailing back their ballots in the ongoing special election for an arena that would host the Arizona Coyotes and a proposed entertainment district.
Some Arizona politicians still connect their political roots to leading the Undergraduate Student Government at ASU.
“My passion for education doesn’t pay my rent,” said Elena Sloboda. “If I can’t pay my rent, I can’t meet my students’ needs or mine. I think that will force me to leave the state.”
After arriving from the University of Texas, ASU softball coach Megan Bartlett introduced a new wrinkle into the program she felt played a considerable role in the Longhorns' postseason success a season prior; a mental performance coach.
While language-based artificial intelligence systems, such as ChatGPT, are notorious for their use as cheating tools, AIs have been doing math for much longer. Instead of doing your homework for you, new developments in AI are being applied to a much more difficult subject: teaching humans how to do math.
The ASU women’s tennis team ended the season as they started it: on fire. With a 17-5 record, the Sun Devils are headed into the Pac-12 tournament with the momentum they wanted at the beginning of the season.
Abigail Davis first learned how to sew when she was five. By high school, she made her friends’ homecoming dresses, fully certain she wanted to become a designer.
ASU’s Zero Waste department is a team of seven working with the aim of making the University zero waste by 2025, providing ASU with a holistic approach to waste management through promoting proper refusal, reduction and recycling of waste.
I wake up to my leg throbbing in pain. It's early February and I didn't get home from work until one in the morning. I am beyond tired and the last thing I need is a lump on the inside of my leg. The lump had been concerning me for weeks and sent sharp pain down to my toes.
Freshman infielder Luke Hill has excelled early in his collegiate career as ASU’s starting shortstop. Hill has provided a solid bat in the Sun Devils’ lineup while battling the challenges of adapting to college baseball.
The Sun Devils' regular season came to a close after a victory against San Jose State last weekend, ending a turbulent chapter for the water polo team before the postseason.
BookTok, TikTok’s online community of voracious readers and writers, has transformed the publishing landscape.
Lights! Camera! Crowdfund?
The Media and Immersive eXperience Center in Mesa is home to new developments in visual media technology, with unique programs for students to pioneer in the field of media design. With a six-year construction duration, the MiX Center officially opened in Fall 2022 as a part of the Mesa City Center.
A water flow analysis acquired from the city of Tempe says tenants could use upward of 1.09 million gallons of water per day in the proposed Arizona Coyotes and Tempe entertainment district.
An ASU freshman is finding a better way to package clothing in a sustainable way.
This year, thousands of college students will choose to embark on the “once-in-a-lifetime” experience of studying abroad. Here in the U.S., it’s common for some students to take semester-long or year-long excursions around the world — a highly coveted opportunity for those looking to broaden their horizons.