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Computer, cell phone and television displays may soon become as pliable as pieces of paper.
Before every ASU football game this season you can find the three founders of Cruz Tequila grilling and drinking, as they have for the past 10 years, on the second floor of the Packard Stadium parking structure.
Janet Burke's office is welcoming and warm; her bookshelves covered with a variety of literature on scholarships to foreign travel guides.
Although he can only see a couple of notes on a sheet of music, the art has become Scott MacIntyre's passion in life.
DNA has been nicknamed the building block of life. If so, one ASU professor is aiming to build with upgraded bricks and mortar.
Design studies sophomore Thomas Ochoa popped his head into the hallway and asked volunteers, "How do I look?" as he shifted his graduation cap and gown.
Tempe police reported the following incidents Tuesday:
When entering the large conference room Saturday evening there were tables decorated with mementos of children who passed away as recently as a few months ago and as long ago as 1996.
Dia de los Muertos means "Day of the Dead," but the traditional Mexican holiday is anything but grim. It dates back to the Aztecs, who's late summer version of the festival was presided over by the Mictecacihual, or "Lady of the Dead." After the Spanish conquest of Mexico, the holiday was moved closer to Halloween. An exhibit is opening on campus next week to help celebrate this year.
The idea of owning a digital camera is tempting, but they can get expensive. The reality is that digital cameras are convenient and easily pay for themselves, but unless you're a photographer you don't need a super-fancy one.
I was born and raised in Tempe. In fact, I've never even lived outside of a five-mile radius within Tempe. This isn't that uncommon, but it does make me the oddball in my family.