While the staggering statistics about sexual violence on college campuses can be overwhelming, ASU students should know that options are available to take action against offenders and take preventative measures against sexual assault.
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With no cell service and a brief wifi connection, an ASU student discovered that she was awarded a study abroad scholarship on a family summer trip to Guatemala. But for her, it was more than just the scholarship.
The City of Tempe is making an effort to increase biker safety with the installation of its first "bicycle box" at the intersection of Mill Avenue and Tenth Street.
A day in the life of Sparky's Service Dogs president Taylor Randle is not one of an average ASU student.
ASU is providing Sun Devils with new access to free rewards.
What began 10 years ago as an internship and volunteer-based program with no funding has since evolved into the New College Peer Mentor Program at West campus.
First-year transfer student and applied biological science major, Jacob Sorenson just took his first steps into the ASU scene this year bringing with him big plans to expand autism research.
For ASU's Zero Waste program, reducing the University's waste is less about recycle bins and compost and more about outreach.
Pounding, floodlights, drills and cranes — after years of construction, The ASU Beus Center for Law and Society opened its doors right as students entered the fall 2016 semester.