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The echoing acceleration of a car the size of a go-kart complements its tight turns around orange cones, speeding across long distances while a crowd snacks on free hot dogs at a car expo, promoting Sun Devil Motorsports’ latest Formula SAE vehicle.
Cricket at ASU is giving students a way to connect with new people through a sport many grew up playing.
Downtown Phoenix is filled with places and activities that may be too expensive for some college students to fully reap the benefits of. Fortunately, in between bustling stores and pricey stops are locally owned, affordable shops prepared for Sun Devils looking to enjoy the city.
ASU President Michael Crow said at a student forum on the West Valley campus Tuesday that the University is "approaching the timeframe" to begin appointing a new athletic director, nearly four months after Ray Anderson stepped down from the decision.
The Citizens Clean Elections Commission will partner with the Arizona Media Association and RIESTER, a marketing agency, for upcoming candidate debates in 2024.
Students can have trouble expressing their distinctive passions — emotive slam poetry, escapism through fantasy novels and video games where immersion is essential — so they turn to each other to build connections.
Tempe is often flooded with students flocking to Mill, ready to party at establishments such as CASA and Varsity Tavern. However, the spotlight on parties and bars shadows other activities, stores and restaurants that await eagerly for Sun Devils. Much of them are known like the Chuckbox, but Tempe also has some hidden gems.
Spherical string lights wrap above members of ASU Hillel who sit under three white canopies. After praying, they begin to grab food while conversation erupts from each table. People walk around, socializing over challah bread with friends they have not seen since last semester, while others are talking to their student leaders for advice. The sun sets on the merrily crowded parking lot.
For over a decade, University students have been searching for a physical location at ASU for LGBTQ+ students to socialize in a safe environment, and organizations are now deciding to work independently from the University to actualize that idea.
ASU security across campuses is a necessity when making sure students are safe and secure, but the worries students face living in metropolitan cities are unavoidable.
The Escalante Community Garden in Tempe brings together volunteer-oriented students and future service members weekly. But last Friday, a "garden workday" saw collaboration between the United States Green Building Council Student Group at ASU and the Next Generation Service Corps — volunteer organizations dedicated to uniting sustainability fanatics and the service members of tomorrow.
College students need coffee. But in the case that they do not drink the caffeinated beverage, students can still visit coffee shops around ASU's campuses because they provide comfortable study spaces to engage in conversation with friends, work silently on a project due that night or to just enjoy the pastries and drinks sold by the baristas.
As National Hispanic Heritage Month reaches its midway point, the University's devotion to providing a friendly environment to Hispanic students increases awareness for a community which comprises more than a quarter of its population.