One spring afternoon, justice studies doctoral student and faculty associate Robert Poe said he stood as the lone guard of not only a professor he respects, but also of the idea that ASU’s controversial ethnic studies class should be protected for the betterment of society.
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Claire Kaplan had already started discussing new solutions to the University of Virginia's sexual assault problem with other administrators when an article was published that would alter the institution’s reputation forever.
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USG Sen. Isabelle Murray speaks during a floor debate on her impeachment, Tuesday, Oct. 21. Sen. Murray was impeached for breaking guidelines on speaking to media and for communication issues. (Photo by Ben Moffat)
Despite an increase in programs designed to connect the police to the public, community members remain wary of the police presence. (Photo by Ben Moffat)
Roofing Supervisor Bob Bockas and Director of Facilities Management Clint Lord survey the roof of Armstrong Hall. The roof is near the end of its life and will cost $1 million to replace. (Photo by Alexis Macklin)
In the near future, American military personnel may be able to control fleets of unmanned devices, such as drones, using only their thoughts, thanks to an ASU professor and researcher in the field of human-oriented robotics.
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Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton delivered his State of the City address at the Phoenix Convention Center on April 11, 2012. (Photo by Mackenzie McCreary)
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The ASU Alumni Association launched a website earlier this month that showcases everything from restaurants to law firms, located everywhere from Tempe to Seattle. But these businesses all have one thing in common: They are run by former Sun Devils.
Associate research professor Steven Ruff uses an infrared spectrometer to analyze a rock sample. Ruff hopes to outfit the 2020 mars rover with a smaller infrared spectrometer to determine the presence of water and life on mars. (Photo by Mario Mendez)
Media Law Associate Professor Joseph Russomanno wrote an op-ed about Fred Phelps, the leader of the Westboro Baptist Church, that was published on Time.com. (Photo by Rachel Nemeh)
Mike Ritter was known for many things: thought-provoking editorial cartoons, witty comics and creative caricatures. But to his friends, he was most known for his opinionated, yet compassionate demeanor.
Justice studies freshman Erin Schulte will be a fellow with the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict here at ASU for 2014 and 2015. Schulte will participate in a special class with the center’s director and work with faculty members on research projects. (Photo by Micaela Rodriguez)
Violin performance students Xiangyuan Huang (left), Clarice Collins (center) and Shu Liu (right) pose for a photograph. The trio was selected to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York on April 25. (Photo by Andrew Ybanez)
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It’s not hard for Brittany Avent to take a candid laughing photo around her grandmother Loretta.
Bryan Duarte, a software engineering junior, prepares to present his project to assist the blind with daily tasks at this year’s Clinton Global Initiative University meeting on Friday and Saturday. (Photo Courtesy of Bryan Duarte)
Nic Parra (left), Jordan Hibbs (center), and Mark Webb (right) are part of the CGI U Group, called Sun Devil Student Advocates. (Photo by Ryan Liu)