Kyleigh Leddy’s sister went missing nearly six years ago, but Leddy sees her whenever she logs into Facebook.
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Nestled in the northern Mexican state of Coahuila is the Cuatro Ciénegas basin, a rare oasis in the Chihuahuan desert that offers a richly diverse ecosystem. Beneath the crystalline blue-green water is another world that existed some million years ago.
Since that fateful day in 1976 when college dropouts Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak brought to life Apple Computer, Inc., there seems to be no limit to the imagination; armed with little more than an idea, some petty cash and a hearty supply of confidence, anyone is capable of changing the world.
Earlier this year, pop-icon Ariana Grande debuted her new music video for her hit song "break up with your girlfriend, i'm bored," intriguing fans and foes alike with the salacious title before the track even dropped.
In Harlem, New York in 1980, young men from across the city gathered at night to converge on what would come to be known as the ballroom scene. Attendees didn’t practice salsa or the waltz, but their own unique form of movement, known as voguing.
Nestled against the banks of the Yukon River is a little town that looks straight out of a Wild West film. Dawson City, Yukon, is home to dilapidated old buildings, dirt roads and, for four years, ASU student Krista Davis.
Amid recent controversy in the media regarding alt-right groups, some say it's becoming increasingly difficult to ignore their actions and the figures that stand at the forefront, even here on ASU’s campus.
On March 27, Sun Devil Stadium will become the site of ASU's Change the World event, where students from all disciplines can come forward to share their unique take on what it means to make the world a better place.
For four days, engineers, artists, designers and social scientists from around the world will come to Tempe to explore how the intersection of digital technology and traditional fine arts can create solutions to some of the world's most pressing issues.
Amid a rapidly changing technological climate, art and design can be experienced in new and previously unimaginable ways.
With Asian students comprising a small percentage of ASU's student population, Asian-American graduate student Angeline Young found herself feeling out of place when she first arrived in Tempe.
Whether it's spending hours hand-painting posters, marching through the streets in the summer heat or sacrificing nights to support a cause, the sometimes long, hard-fought journey of an activist can seem difficult at times.
For anyone who's grown up getting lost in great works of literature, it may come as no surprise that recent research touts the process as therapeutic.
Amid recent allegations surrounding artists in the world of music, film and literature, ASU affiliates have been contemplating a recurring question: Is it really possible to separate the art from the artist?
Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing will host talk on religion's influence in Billie Holiday's music
While Billie Holiday may be compared to other female singers in jazz, to one ASU professor, a brief stint in a Catholic convent put Holiday on a different trajectory than many of her contemporaries.