Graduate student Joshua Lippincott was in the middle of his MBA program when he was deployed to Afghanistan for the third time.
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The ASU Sun Dollar program will terminate Dec. 31, ending students’ ability to purchase food and merchandise from local businesses with money pre-loaded on their Sun Cards.
During the 2010-11 season, the ASU men’s basketball team had a budget of more than $6 million, but won about 40 percent of its games.
A desire to combat unemployment led two entrepreneurs to create a résumé and public relations firm.
ASU Police reported the following incidents Thursday:
ASU Police reported the following incidents Wednesday:
ASU plans to expand the Tempe campus north of University Drive with a 130,000 square-foot project called Block 12 next fall.
Economic journalist Sylvia Nasar told students at Thursday’s Flinn Foundation Centennial Lecture that the world is better off economically now than in previous generations, despite the current recession.
Student workers at the Polytechnic campus created for the first time this summer a custom aerator device to cool the campus’s only pool.
ASU graduates are combining art with technology to develop an iPad application for dance choreographers.
ASU is partnering with entrepreneurial program AZ Furnace this fall to turn various patented technologies into start-up companies.
Students will have a chance to hear from two experts on foreign policy Wednesday at a surrogate presidential debate on the Tempe campus.
ASU seniors and recent graduates will have the opportunity to raise money this fall in exchange for a small percentage of their income spread over a decade.
Tempe Police reported the following incidents Thursday:
Tempe Police reported the following incidents Wednesday:
Parking rezoning at the Polytechnic campus has resulted in a $200 increase in parking costs for some students and traffic congestion for others.
The vice president of Entrepreneurship at ASU and students at Barrett, the Honors College launched their first startup business earlier this year, bringing their proclivity for learning to the Internet.
Students can expect more dining options this fall with the opening of Qdoba Mexican Grill at the Tempe campus Memorial Union.
Neither Republicans nor Democrats in the newly formed 9th Congressional District were able to reach an overwhelming consensus of votes in Tuesday’s primary elections.
Social media website At the Pool is helping students at ASU connect with each other this fall.