After college, I plan to take up a full-time career in freaking out. Illustration published on Thursday Jan. 26, 2017.
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ASU’s heart weighed cold and heavy last week when the tragic news was broken — the Memorial Union Taco Bell is closing its doors for good.
There are certain topics that spark universally heated discussion and heavily formed opinions among nearly everyone baited into talking about them. Two of these topics are presidential candidates and Mario Kart.
On First Friday, one ASU art student will enchant 909 Cooperative’s gallery space with her sense of mystic whimsy.
Plagued with ignorance and hostility, it's time we brought this highly debated issue into the light. I'm talking about mom jeans, the controversial clothing ushered into the fashion world by the normcore trend.
Picture the scene: A millennial relaxes in their home while deep conditioning their hair with coconut oil and crunching on a trendy lunch of kale chips and “avotoast.”
Any self-respecting riot grrrl, art kid or street punk has probably bought or made a zine before, but this December, Wasted Ink Zine Distro is opening up a zine store to bring this scene out of the underground.
Once considered as alien and high-tech as R2D2, computers are reshaping every of corner of the music industry, and Skrillex and Zedd aren’t the only ones joining the digital wave.
Tempe council member Kolby Granville brewed up controversy when he made a Facebook post about the Bikini Beans Espresso shop opening up a new location in Tempe.
An ASU graduate student is making unique contributions to the world of sound art with her roaring Corythosaurus skull replica, but not without some dinosaur-sized challenges.
To anyone curious about the stark difference between Bernie Sanders or Donald Trump’s loud, emphatic debate methods and Hillary Clinton’s calm, composed demeanor, the results of a recent study by an ASU psychologist may have some answers.
During a time of illness and despair, a woman rediscovered her confidence through dance and went on to found a studio in Tempe that's breaking down the negative connotations some associate with pole dancing to empower women and build self-confidence.
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Nestled in a quiet neighborhood on Vista Del Cerro Drive in Tempe, Cortez Coffee Company’s humble facade conceals a bustling, innovative coffee operation producing some of the most unique products in the business.
What began as a student organization has blossomed into a full-blown non-profit organization that provides HIV and sex education to a vast audience ranging from ASU’s own students to impoverished people of Tanzania.
As ASU’s new Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law building nears completion, the college's graduates have claimed the number one rate of bar exam passage and the top three scores in the state.
In a state where immigration is a hot-button issue, Arizona can often feel hostile for Latinos, but in ASU's Latino clubs and organizations, young Latinos find a safe community that allows them to embrace and celebrate their cultures.
Does the typical Sun Devil have more school spirit than the average first-grader? If that first-grader is from Central Elementary School in Rancho Cucamonga, California, the answer is probably no.