To take a break from the stressful time the end of the semester brings, ASU students and organizations gathered in front of Barrett, the Honors College dormitory on Thursday to spread awareness of students from different cultures that call ASU home.
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The 10,000 Solutions University-wide initiative has been making positive strides in the last two months with more than 1,000 solutions in the works.
Tempe Mayor Hugh Hallman gave his final State of the City address Thursday at The Buttes, A Marriot Resort in Tempe where he outlined Tempe’s recent achievements in development as well as problems the city will face in the future.
The way Americans consume news is changing with tablet devices such as the Apple iPad and the Samsung Galaxy, according to a Pew Research Center study released on Oct. 25.
Students of the College of Law could see at least a $1,500 increase in tuition next year.
The Tempe City Council unanimously passed an amendment to the city code on Thursday that could affect enforcement of large parties and gatherings in Tempe.
Tempe Police reported the following incidents Thursday:
The joy of giving a child their favorite toy inspired one Tempe resident to launch a holiday toy drive last year.
Tempe Police reported the following incidents Tuesday:
With Sun Devil Stadium glowing nearby for the Homecoming football game, six local residents spent Saturday night paddling east down Tempe Town Lake.
The redevelopment of a Tempe thrift store into low-income housing — a plan that has caused unrest among local residents— is one step closer to being realized.
Tucked away at Tempe’s Escalante Community Center is a 15,000 square-foot garden where everything from sweet potatoes to basil is growing and thriving.
Tempe’s Four Peaks Brewery selected a site in south Tempe for a new brewery to handle the demand for its signature beers like Kilt Lifter and 8th Street Pale Ale.
A movement that started in New York to protest corporate greed has spread as far as Tokyo and even caused violence in Rome.
A new program in the School of Transborder Studies is attempting to build bridges of understanding across the world’s borders, especially the Arizona-Sonora border, with new classes and lectures.
As a result of Arizona immigration laws such as Senate Bill 1070, many migrants have left “el otro lado,” the other side, to return to Mexico.
Despite protest from local community members, the redevelopment of Tempe’s Gracie’s Thrift Store into a five-story building with low-income housing continues to move forward.
The redevelopment of Gracie’s thrift store in Tempe into a five-story low-income housing complex is causing unrest in nearby local communities.
A new ASU initiative is attempting to spark thought on issues of societal importance.