Chabad at ASU will be celebrating the first day of Hanukkah on Dec. 6 by lighting a 10-foot-tall menorah at Memorial Union on the Tempe campus.
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Protesters demonstrate against Gov. Doug Ducey's call for immediately halting the acceptance of refugees
Protestors stood outside Gov. Doug Ducey's office at the Arizona State Capitol Tuesday morning chanting, "Ducey, we reject your racism," as part of a demonstration against his ban against allowing new refugees to settle in Arizona.
When one hears the term “transracial,” it is immediately connected to Rachel Dolezal, former NCAAP chapter president, who used the term to describe herself.
Walter Cronkite, who was once known as "the most trusted man in America" while he was reporting for the CBS Evening News in the '60s and '70s, may be getting his face on a postage stamp next year.
Only 12 universities in the nation have the distinction of producing the highest number of Nobel Prize-winning economists. Now, ASU is one of them.
When ASU Students apply for the Peace Corps, they are competing against people from all over the U.S.
After SkySong’s first three buildings reached 100 percent capacity, leasing interest led to the construction of SkySong’s fourth building.
Veterans at ASU, specifically those currently working in the Pat Tillman Veterans Center in the Memorial Union, are using the post-9/11 GI Bill benefits to pursue their degrees.
Counseling graduate student Winter Groeschl began her struggle with anorexia and self-harm between the ages of 12 and 14. Her mother was also anorexic, making her a “role-model” that Groescho picked up the eating disorder from, she said.
A group of five students, joined together by Hacks 4 Humanity, is developing an app to save lives using the power of the Internet.
Members of Sun Devils Are Better Together, an interfaith student organization on campus, gathered Saturday morning to speak on behalf of and canvas for a non-discrimination ordinance in the city of Mesa.
When anthropologist Donald Johanson joined Tom Gray to explore a dig site in Hadar, Ethiopia, on Nov. 24, 1974, they made a historic discovery.
For most Westerners, New Year's Day has already passed. It is 2014 after all. This is not so in Asia.