I walked into the pharmacy with my mom. I told the worker my name and the prescription I came for. As the words left my mouth, heat crept up my face and my stomach tied itself in knots, a combination of excitement and anxiety washing over me. The pharmacy technician turned around to grab my order.
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One of my earliest accomplishments in life was winning the "Amazing Reader" award when I was in fifth grade.
All the traffic and confusing changes on the roads in Tempe right now aren't for nothing — the Tempe Streetcar is under construction, and it's set to launch in 2021.
Christopher Callahan, dean of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, announced on Thursday that he would be stepping down from his position upon completion of the academic year.
An art show and auction presented by Vans will take place at Cowtown Skateboards on Nov. 15 to raise money for the Central Phoenix Skate Plaza Project.
I have a vivid memory of lying on the cold tile floor in my dark living room one night when I was 13. I was drowning in my own thoughts. I was alone and afraid.
Fliers found around ASU’s Tempe campus had swastikas and the Star of David printed on them.
The ASU Film Association is hosting a horror film festival and competition on Wednesday night in honor of Halloween.
An ASU graduate student finished one of the largest murals in Phoenix on one of the walls of the WebPT building in the warehouse district.
I was sitting in a Starbucks waiting for a text back from the guy I had been talking to for about a month. I was sipping my grande iced chai latte excited to make plans with him. Now it’s two months later — and I never got that text back.
When he's not teaching in the English department at ASU, he's probably traveling or spending time with his 10-month-old daughter — or being praised online as the top-rated professor at the University.
Editor's note: Trigger warning — The following story mentions rape and similar themes. For immediate assistance, call ASU's 24-hour crisis line at 480-921-1006.
Lime and Bird pulled their scooters from the streets of Phoenix on Friday to update their technology in order to adequately follow the city's requirements.
Two Arizona cities are stressing the importance of e-scooter safety as the city of Phoenix implements a new pilot program and the city of Tempe enforces new regulations on the popular mode of transportation, both on Monday.
For the fifth year in a row, ASU was named No. 1 in innovation by U.S. News and World Report in its annual list of "most innovative" national universities which was released late Sunday.
ASU received over $2 million from groups associated with billionaire and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, according to reporting from Buzzfeed.
ASU unintentionally revealed the email addresses of thousands of its students over the summer, breaching federal health privacy laws.
In a tweet that has since gone viral, an ASU alumna took to Twitter to share an experience she had while a student at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
ASU announced today that Lester Holt of NBC Nightly News will be awarded the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism this year.
Dog lovers rejoice — an ASU led study is one step closer to creating a preventative vaccine for cancer in dogs after beginning its trial phase this summer.