Sororities in the ASU community are in the final stages of recruiting new members to join their ranks.
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An ASU freshman is finding a better way to package clothing in a sustainable way.
ASU is expanding through the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles, adding it to the Herberger Institute of Design and the Arts.
An ASU student has founded an overnight oats company with the aim of encouraging students to prioritize breakfast, and has partnered with the University to address food insecurity faced by college students.
A school project created by three ASU students in 2010 was the beginning of nonprofit 33 Buckets, an organization that focuses on addressing clean water scarcity. The organization has run projects in Peru, Bangladesh and the Dominican Republic by working with communities to create engineering-based solutions.
Columbia College Hollywood has become an affiliate with ASU to further their impact and continue educating students in the liberal arts.
The Pat Tillman Foundation is hosting the coin toss for Super Bowl LVII, giving four students a chance to share their success stories and allowing them to serve as honorary captains of the game.
ASU announced Tuesday that it is partnering with Youtube and Crash Course to provide students with a series of online classes on Youtube in an effort to break down accessibility barriers for higher education.
Three ASU students are working together to build a better future for students who are visually impaired and provide them with a better classroom experience.
The Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building 4 in Tempe has a plethora of fun things to look at, like a replica of the Curiosity Mars rover and a meteorite collection, but one that sticks out — in three big ways — is Trixie, a replica of a Triceratops skull.
ASU researchers have created Evidence Commons, a website of over 3,000 published works launched in September about COVID-19 testing to allow researchers to easily access the data and science behind coronavirus tests.