In a meeting with The State Press on Thursday, Nov. 9, ASU President Michael Crow discussed topics related to University statements, student-athletes, arts funding, ethics development and the possibility of an LGBTQ+ resource center.
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These are the classes that make every STEM student question how many hours they can stare at the same math problem.
Looking across the water, the SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket stood ready for launch Friday morning, carrying the Psyche satellite. The timer, counting down the time until launch, built anticipation with every moment it neared closer to zero.
UPDATE: ASU West campus will resume operations as normal on Monday, Sept. 24 after power is restored
The University said power on the West campus is mostly restored and normal campus operations will resume on Monday, Sept. 24.
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