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It’s a bi-hourly event, Monday-Friday, that could rival the Walmart Black Friday mobs.
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I swear I’m not this person in real life.
One of the reasons I loved Wes Anderson’s film Moonrise Kingdom is Suzy’s superpower.
The art hangs in a semi-cramped room with one bold purple wall opposite the entrance of the conference room. Each piece invites viewers to engage their subconscious creativity.
In the deep recesses of the ASU campuses, majors unheard of to the potential freshman or the unhappy sophomore looking to change, await their newest students.
A lot of people don’t like windows.
A significant amount of time in my middle school health class was devoted to teaching students “how to smile.”
They begin in a circle, hands raised to the sky and stretched to the ground, they loosen up before letting their creative energy go — a critical moment of control in an otherwise happily chaotic rehearsal.
In a mythical castle hidden under misty cover away from reality, children of all ages flock to classes in robes with books under their arms. In gothic classrooms, colorful smoke arises from cauldrons and the students’ textbooks talk about things we’ve only heard about in fairy tales. They study magic.
She used to hate it.
The sun rose over the city as the hazy air from nearby wildfires blanketed my hometown of Aurora, Colorado. My friends and I had planned a day of water wading, sun tanning and book reading at one of the few man-made reservoirs in the area. The radio belted out some catchy and upbeat tune in the background of my room as I readied for the day ahead.
Fresh from the adventures and challenges of writing for the silver screen, Gregory Bernstein reclines in his desk chair and gazes at a full-size poster of his award-winning film on the opposite wall.
The university food situation is a love-or-hate relationship between student and dining hall. While many college applicants decide upon their school based on academics or housing, others choose based solely on the dining hall. It entices them with an almost unlimited amount of food, and they don’t even have to pay the check.
Last season, ASU Gammage Broadway shows generated enormous revenue for the local economy, and they’re looking to do it again.
For the 11th consecutive year, Phoenix Pride put on the glitz, rolled out the red carpet, and threw one of the biggest parties of the year. The Rainbows Festival, an annual event showcasing the diversity of the LGBT community in Phoenix, took place during the weekend on Oct. 6 and 7. The two-day event has been presented, since 2002, by Phoenix Pride, a nonprofit organization that was founded in 1981 with the purpose of promoting and celebrating the significance of the LGBT community in the Phoenix metropolitan area.
Are you in a hurry to grow up and take responsibility of your life, but also constantly yearn for those simpler years of daily naps and crayons? I can relate.
In today’s smartphone, social media sphere, not as much thought goes into capturing a moment with an iPhone. No planning of the composition, adjusting of the aperture, or setting the shutter speed to ensure the best photo.