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Marking Devilpalooza's return from last year's socially distanced format, Sun Devils will gather on the Sun Devil Fitness Complex fields on March 26 to see the Australian alternative trio Chase Atlantic.
Earlier this month, Netflix released the romantic comedy "Tall Girl 2," the bland, uninviting sequel to an even blander original.
Per tradition, ASU’s Programming and Activities Board (PAB) hosted Battle of the Bands, a two-week long event in conjunction with other campus organizations. Each of the four campuses held its own preliminary rounds, and the winners competed during the final round at the Civic Space Park in downtown Phoenix.
Wes Anderson strikes again with “The French Dispatch,” another jewel in his crown of oddly whimsical films. The movie, which was released Oct. 22, is billed as “a love letter to journalists.”
ASU’s Popular Music Ensemble class held its first concert on Oct. 15 at Civic Space Park, the first of two this semester. The event had a retro twist, with each of the six performances including songs from the '70s and the '80s.
For the last decade, social media has reigned king when it comes to community outreach and publicity.
At the tail end of August, Netflix dropped "He’s All That," a gender-bent remake of "She’s All That," a popular '90s movie about going from not-to-hot ... with only hot people.
The ASU Art Museum opened its “Undoing Time: Art and Histories of Incarceration” exhibition Sept. 10, after years in the making.
For over four years, Lorde fans have been longing for a new release from the famously unpredictable artist. And finally, with "Solar Power," Lorde delivers.
With recent waves of racially heightened tensions rolling across the U.S., including the Stop Asian Hate and Black Lives Matter movements, many are left wondering: what is the role of universities in enabling a culturally conscious population?
In mid-December last year, ASU announced the cancellation of spring break to mitigate the spread of the novel coronavirus. When the decision was announced, however, the University did not provide any alternatives for the lost downtime, instead opting to end the semester a week early.
This January, like many other institutions of higher learning around the country, ASU opened its doors for the spring term, hoping to take another step toward a “normal” school year. But the worsening COVID-19 pandemic and third wave has called into question whether ASU should be speeding toward reopening classrooms.
ASU's Child Study Lab, a preschool community for children ages 15 months to 5 years, adapted and refined its remote curriculum and is working to resume research after months of halted projects due to the COVID-19 pandemic.