Zaria, an ASU student organization established in 2013, relaunched this week with the goal of creating a community for women of color.
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The ASU Police Department has welcomed a new member who is short, furry with four legs and a very good boy.
The Tempe Police Department is investigating a officer-involved shooting that occurred near University Drive and Farmer Avenue Tuesday afternoon.
Two brothers, Michael and Melvin Lupampa, have created a high-end men's streetwear brand dedicated to activism and empowerment of minorities, known as Cultural Suicide.
ASU has been ranked No. 1 in innovation by U.S. News and World Report for four years in a row, and ASU celebrated it's commitment to innovation with the first ever Innovation Day.
During the 1968 Mexico City Olympic Games, American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised their fists in protest of social injustices during the podium ceremony. Nearly 50 years later, professional athletes are now kneeling during the national anthem to protest police brutality.
The new Greek Leadership Village strives to give Greek chapters at ASU the opportunity to establish a positive presence on-campus but has left some chapters out of the picture.
The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities announced ASU, along with four other universities, as a finalist for the 2018 Degree Completion Award.
Unlike the U.S. education system that has multiple opportunities for lower-income households, in India, many impoverished children drop out of school and lack access to higher education.
You might want to sit down for this one.
The Phoenix community came together on Oct. 30 in unity to praise the lives that were lost in the shooting attacks in Pittsburgh and Louisville as well to condemn all hate crimes and violence.
Two first-year law students were granted newly created full-ride scholarships to ASU's Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law for being Marine veterans.
There may be nothing better than eating copious amounts of Chick-fil-A nuggets and on Thursday Oct. 25, the Tempe community and ASU students will have their chance.
An ASU student is one of two people to receive the Citizen Life Saving Award on Friday for saving the life of a local businessman earlier this year.
A group of ASU law students and licensed attorneys is offering legal services to Phoenix's homeless population through a program called the Homeless Legal Assistance Project.
A small electrical fire stemming from a computer monitor in ASU's Brickyard complex occurred on Sunday evening, according to a spokeswoman from Tempe Fire Medical Rescue Department.
An ASU alumnus and research analyst assistant's body was found after he went missing while hiking in Oregon on Monday.
Gun in hand, a student walks up to the line. After loading the shell, they check to make sure the safety is off and they cock the gun. They aim at the target and fire. BANG!
As the ASU charter states, the University prides itself on being inclusive and and giving students the opportunity to thrive no matter their identities.
A search and rescue is currently ongoing for an ASU research analyst assistant who has been declared a missing and endangered person after injuring his leg while hiking in Oregon on Monday.