Downtown Tempe’s historic Mill Avenue is soon to see two new bar concepts, Devil’s Hideaway and Idle Hands Enchanted Cocktail Bar, opening in February 2024 under the same roof in what used to be the historic Rula Bula building.
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ASU's growing student population and catalog of academic programs call for constant expansion and investment in University facilities. To compensate, many large construction projects are being worked on across the four Valley campuses. Still, several massive Tempe and West Valley campus projects are kicking into the last building phase.
"Icy Girl" and "Tap In" rapper Saweetie, alongside special guest Baby Tate, will perform a free, exclusive concert for ASU students on Nov. 11 after the University won Tinder's nationwide "Swipe Off" challenge.
The Phoenix Police Department reported a shooting adjacent to the Fusion on First building on the Downtown Phoenix campus around 1 p.m. Friday.
Crime numbers went up for ASU's four valley campuses in 2022 with 1,799 crimes and referrals reported overall, mainly driven by a large spike in Tempe, according to ASU's 2023 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report, published last Thursday.
Frat parties, a football game, cultural events and family activities are all on deck for this year's ASU's Family Weekend. Drink water, eat carbs and buckle up for three days full of as much maroon and gold as you can handle.
ASU was awarded No. 1 in innovation by the U.S. News & World Report Monday in its annual "Most Innovative Schools" rankings for 2024 – outranking MIT and Stanford at No. 3 and No. 6, respectively.
Sororities in the ASU community are in the final stages of recruiting new members to join their ranks.
Students on ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus began their Thursday morning to the sound of power tools being used to change signage at Taylor Place. And by the early afternoon, the widely hailed name was scrubbed clean from every exterior facet of the building replaced with Gordon Commons.
Unofficial results for Undergraduate Student Government elections on the West, Polytechnic and Downtown Phoenix campuses have been released. The executive tickets on those three campuses all ran unopposed.
Voting for the Undergraduate Student Government on all campuses has begun online with the Downtown Phoenix Sears ticket is running unopposed.
Undergraduate Student Government elections take place this week with online voting beginning Tuesday, March 28.
Undergraduate Student Government Tempe elections are in full swing as three executive tickets announce their run for the positions of president, vice president of policy and vice president of service.
An Arizona Senate bill that aims to expand First Amendment protections on publicly-funded college campuses narrowly passed the Senate along party lines. But as the bill continues to move through the House, it faces criticism from Democratic lawmakers, who say it is unnecessary.
In advance of the U.S. Supreme Court hearings on two legal challenges to the Biden administration's student loan forgiveness plan, a group of ASU students with the Arizona Students' Association camped outside the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. on Monday night.
The Arizona Senate Commerce Committee passed an amended bill earlier this month that would supersede some municipal authority over zoning in order to address the statewide housing shortage. But, it faces opposition from city and local leaders across the state.
Valley Metro has introduced mobile fare to its transportation services, giving riders of the bus and light rail the option to purchase fare in the Valley Metro app — one of the steps in Valley Metro's Fare Technology Modernization project.
Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer released a proposal outlining several recommended changes to election procedures earlier this month, including one that would eliminate the possibility for voters to drop off early ballots on Election Day.
Several ASU faculty and researchers gathered in Houston, Texas from Jan 10-12 for the third 10 Across Initiative Summit to discuss the future of the Interstate Highway 10 (I-10) corridor in regards to city expansion in the face of social, economic and climate change.
Rising high into the sky amid the barren desert landscape just off Interstate 17 and Loop 303 are more than three-dozen static construction cranes, which together will soon complete a much-anticipated semiconductor fabrication plant.