With a variety of music festivals and other events coming to Arizona in March, there are plenty of things to do next week. Here are some of the highlights:
Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of statepress.com - Arizona State Press's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query.
68 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
Next week, students and other ASU community members can attend events from the grand opening of a research building to art exhibits.
With dozens of events taking place around ASU's various campuses, students can find anything from tastings to listening parties from Feb. 11 to Feb. 17. Here are some going on this week:
The Larry Madrigal: Tightrope art exhibit shows the significance of everyday occurrences and balancing expectations. The exhibit will take place at ASU's art building at the Harry Wood Gallery and the opening reception will occur from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The exhibit closes on Feb. 7.
ASU wrongfully expelled a student who was accused of sexual misconduct, a unanimous three judge panel ruled earlier this week, citing a lack of evidence used by the University in the expulsion.
In a city filled with bustling traffic and transportation options, one company is putting the pedal to the metal as it works to create Tempe’s first car-less community.
After several years of hazing investigations, ASU’s Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity chapter will close, according to a statement from its national organization dated Nov. 27.
Although choosing a major may not be rocket science, ASU’s Interplanetary Initiative will offer a new major that ASU officials hope will prepare students to launch into the professional world.
In a city with a constant flow of both incoming student populations and traffic, the Tempe Police Department is developing efforts to make streets safer for cars, bicycles and pedestrians with two new grants.
In the health field, snap decisions can be the difference between life and death. In the book “Lazy, Crazy, and Disgusting: Stigma and the Undoing of Global Health,” ASU professors discuss the role of stigma in both the healthcare system and daily life.
In a world of ever-evolving technological advancements, ASU students with medical marijuana cards can go digital before they go green.
Christopher Callahan, dean of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, announced on Thursday that he would be stepping down from his position upon completion of the academic year.
In Japan, a yatai is a small mobile food stand that is typically set up in the evening and disappears without a trace when morning arrives. However, the spirit of Japanese cuisine takes a more permanent form near ASU’s Tempe campus at Yatai Ramen.
In an effort to bear down on mental health awareness, one UA student traveled to ASU’s Tempe campus with one purpose: to build a wall of memes.
Located one light rail stop away from ASU’s Downtown campus, CityScape offers shopping and dining experiences in the heart of downtown Phoenix. With the addition of three new restaurants, the mixed-use development will offer more food options for downtown Phoenix residents.
Red, white and blue mixes with maroon and gold as ASU celebrates Veterans Day. Salute to Service events can be found across ASU's campuses throughout November to honor veterans and active members of the military.
As part of the news cycle, ASU’s Cronkite News broadcast program received funding from Google News in October to develop an interactive story wall.
ASU community members are creating vivid artwork, laying out heartfelt offerings and sending invitations as they prepare celebrations for Día de Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, on Nov. 2.
Phoenix police are searching for a white male following a report of aggravated assault involving a firearm that took place adjacent to ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus around 7 a.m. Monday.
In a world of food trucks, sparkling drinks and grill marks, ASU’s Prepped program will give sustainability a seat at the table.