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The Democratic National Convention came hot on the heels of its Republican counterpart — and did so with the same amount of spectacle and aplomb.
As life gets busier and busier, restaurants whose owners never even conceived of implementing a delivery system are now hiring drivers to bring food to their increasingly active clientele.
Historically, party conventions are raucous occasions, a sense of which has been lost in recent election years — but this year's Republican National Convention landed somewhere between the World's Fair and a conservative trade show in terms of spectacle.
Downtown Tempe burst to the seams on Friday, July 15 when fans of the new app "Pokemon Go" came out in full force to catch the pocket monsters and meet new people.
With all the frenzy surrounding the Republican race, it's been easy to forget that the Democratic race actually involved a socialist and an FBI investigation at times.
The Republican National Convention will be rolling through Cleveland, Ohio on July 18 - 21, bringing with it the culmination of one the most eccentric races the Grand Old Party has ever seen.
The Tempe City Council, in 5-2 and 4-2 votes, rejected two proposals for high-rise student housing developments at their June 23 meeting.
The Tempe City Council approved a nine-story residential development, which would include a Whole Foods Market on the northwest corner of Ash Avenue and University Drive in a unanimous vote during their June 23 meeting.
The Heard Museum is offering free admission on the fourth Sunday of every month through September as part of its Free Summer Sundays program.
Finding a roommate is often a defining moment in one's college experience — some students choose to live with a friend, a classmate or a friend of a friend, while others choose to venture off the beaten path.
A group of students on ASU's Polytechnic Campus nearly have their self-made, energy-efficient Chevrolet Camaro up and running.
Entering college can be a difficult transition, and that transition can be exaggerated for first-generation students, as well as those who come from minorities — though that doesn't have to be the case, according to a new study.
Donald Trump spoke to a Phoenix crowd at the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum during his fourth rally in the state on June 18.
Growing up in the Navajo Nation had its pros and cons for Damon Begay — he was near his family, but he had never been to a comic book store.
The Arizona Board of Regents approved ASU's budget for the upcoming school year on June 9, signaling a step in the right direction for the University's financial security, ASU President Michael Crow said at the meeting.
ASU sent several students an email on June 10 saying their scholarships would only be renewed by 80 percent for the upcoming academic year, even to students who met or exceeded the standards for a 100 percent renewal.
The Arizona Board of Regents reviewed policy and established goals for all three public universities during a meeting at Northern Arizona University's campus in Flagstaff on Thursday.
Students with children face a significant amount of financial barriers when it comes to paying for college, and that is only compounded by the cost of child care, according to a new study from the Economic Policy Institute.
A group of veterans and ASU alumni are giving back to the military community by operating a sort of online "Yellow Pages for Veterans," called The Veterans Directory.