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It’s a game of telephone: One says take the plastic bottle cap off, you hear keep it on.
It started with a poem at Whole Foods in January of 2012.
Alexander "AJ" Gilman didn't want to leave Hebrew class.
Tucked away in our suite at the Sedona Rouge, we are working on the social media for the Sedona International Film Festival (SIFF). Just beyond our suite, we are surrounded by Sedona’s twisted juniper trees. Cars travel slowly along the roads that seem to belong in another decade with their old-town stoplights and plentiful roundabouts. The stores that line these roads are frontier-like. The mountains are sprawling and tucked underneath the clouds.
The members of Barren Mind from left to right: Kiley Bishop, Noah Findling, Alice Stanley, Danny Peterson, Justin Steckman, Kevin Brozek Photo courtesy of National College Improv Tournament
With 40 percent of food in the US going to waste, Phoenix-local organization Flash Food is combating hunger through a mobile app.Photo courtesy of Jessica Slater
Although a minority in STEM fields, ASU women engineering students say being female hasn't stopped them yet from pursuing their degrees. Civil Engineering students Ashley Welton, left, and Mackenzie Ann Hagan, right, both lead ASU's chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Photo by Pauletta Tohonnie