After ASU announced the transition to make all classes online for the rest of the spring semester, science professors have found a way to make online labs more personable and entertaining for their students.
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Sapphire Biotech, a facet of Axim, has partnered with ASU by providing licensing technology to support research that strives to inhibit one of the enzymes that facilitates the spread of cancer in the body.
In January of this year, ASU professors published a book called "Transforming the Police: Thirteen Key Reforms" based on research strategies to alter police departments in a revolutionary way.
An ASU professor and his students have made a contribution toward finding the cause of Alzheimer’s disease by improving single-DNA base editing with an efficiency of up to 90% in human stem cells.
Graduate students Archana Pailla, Amanda Williams, Prashant Bolla, Kristen Renee and John Weyenberg met and thought of Phone-A-Drone as a class project but its success connected them and made them consider it for a future enterprise.
Citizen, a safety app, has offered students on ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus the unique opportunity to see where, when and how the latest crimes are happening.
Despite ASU's strategic plan for diversity, the ASU Police Department is overwhelmingly lacking in its representation of the student body.
It all started on a blind date in an escape room, where I discovered the man I wanted to escape reality with: my husband.
Students should understand that tolerance is not the same as embracing someone’s beliefs. We can tolerate an individual, even befriend them, without giving credence or support to their political ideas.
Regardless of political affiliation, hate speech is necessary because it forces an opportunity for controversial ideas to be properly debated. Its existence protects personal rights to free speech.
When he isn’t attending meetings and helping ensure the safety of the University, ASU Police Chief Michael Thompson can be found roaming around campus with other students — because he also is one.
Abortion is a moral issue. It is a moral issue because it teaches women they are not capable of having a child while also getting their degree. It also convinces them to undergo procedures that can be detrimental to their mental well-being.
Chivalry teaches people to be respectful to one another and in a time where it's common for people to go on dates with complete strangers, it can be useful in combating toxic masculinity if students are taught about chivalry and etiquette.
Charlie Green, a 20-year-old Arizona resident, always figured he would go to college.
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As students prepare to register for next semester’s classes, it’s time they consider taking a religion course.
ASU is making efforts to improve safety on campus through LiveSafe app improvements, blue-light call boxes and introducing LanguageLine InSight — an app that allows officers to translate over 36 different languages through video call — into the police force.
The Hong Kong riots started this summer in response to a proposed extradition bill.
Your college friends are a pretty big deal. A research article by Dartmouth professor Janice McCabe claimed that the connections you make can affect your success.