The crowd swayed, singing every lyric, while the drums pulsed throughout the theater and created a sound wave only found at a Circa Survive show.
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Smartphone-touting students can now access Blackboard through a mobile app after ASU officials negotiated with the company in early April to open the application to all carriers.
Young people are driving less and relying on public transportation more, according to a study released by the Arizona Public Interest Research Group, part of a national nonprofit advocacy organization.
ASU Police reported the following incident Thursday:
ASU officials said fewer transients are loitering at the Downtown campus after University officials implemented a new policy in mid-March and added security personnel to the building in an attempt to address safety concerns.
Tempe Police reported the following incidents Tuesday:
Students in BIO 494 aren’t just learning what a human body looks like in a textbook, but are also learning how a human body looks fresh out of the body bag.
The ASU Global Institute of Sustainability announced a $27.5 million investment Thursday from the Walton Family Foundation.
ASU and MidFirst Bank announced a new partnership Monday that will create a combination Sun Card and debit card and place dozens of new ATMs on all four campuses next fall.
Legislators narrowly voted down a controversial contraception bill Wednesday, preceded by activists and politicians speaking out against “anti-women” bills during a “War on Women” rally on the Senate Lawn.
About 30 people protested home foreclosures and overdraft fees Thursday outside a Bank of America in downtown Phoenix.
Tempe Police reported the following incidents Thursday:
ASU installed six charging stations March 14 to provide drivers of electric vehicles with a free source of energy.
A new Downtown campus policy targeted to remove people unaffiliated with ASU from campus buildings went into effect Friday to address ASU students, staff and faculty’s safety concerns, a University official said.
Tempe Police reported the following incident Tuesday:
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted 6-2 Monday to endorse a controversial bill that would allow Arizona employers the right to deny health insurance coverage for contraceptives based on religious objections.
“Five, 4, 3, 2, 1 — blast off!” the sixth graders at Sanborn Elementary School and ASU graduate students chanted as their florescent soda bottle rockets blasted into the air Thursday.
Drivers can now pay for parking in Mill Avenue District meters using their smart phones as of Monday, making Tempe the first Valley city to implement this system.
Fuel prices in Arizona continue to increase — and ASU students are running on fumes.