“What’s it mean to be an artist?”
Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of statepress.com - Arizona State Press's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query.
62 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
For this “Best of ASU” issue of State Press Magazine, I was sent on a quest to find the “best ASU story never told.” I have visited three campuses, several periods in time, and many degrees of psychological breakdown trying to figure out exactly what that means. The results are still unclear. So what follows is simply the story of my quest – in and of itself not nearly the “best ASU story,” but a showcase of interesting or inspiring tales that deserve a place in the “Best of ASU” ranks.
In 2007, Arizona State University became the first university to open Ph.D and master’s programs in Sustainability. A bachelor’s program followed in 2008, and there are currently 39 institutions with bachelor’s programs in sustainability, according to the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.
Music News Sites
There is perhaps only one thing harder to get than a chance to do funded, self-guided research as an undergraduate — a job in your field after you graduate. But a West campus-based program in only its second year has already helped ASU students do both.
November 5 was a day circled in red marker on the Occupy Phoenix calendar.
“I’m a pretty non-traditional student,” says Cindy Larson, a 54-year-old woman from Cut Bank, Montana.
“Welcome to the humble abode,” Mary Stephens says as I walk in to Metcalf House, also known as Phoenix Hostel.
If it weren’t for the occasional headscarf or “insha'Allah,” (a phrase that means “God willing) you may not guess that this is the first Muslim Students Association meeting of the year, and that these 70 Sun Devils (about half of them new members) are waiting to break the Ramadan fast together.
AMAZING RESULTS!! READ HOW THIS COLLEGE GUY WENT FROM 135 TO 140 POUNDS IN JUST FIVE MONTHS!! AMAZING RESULTS!!
On an early April afternoon, about 20 people settle into small rows of chairs to watch three female inmates of Estrella Jail dance with their young daughters via Skype.
Tempe’s thrifting circuit lost a checkpoint April 23, when Tiedemann’s Family Thrift & Vintage officially closed its doors.
Many music-lovers probably have a list of bands they secretly wish to become friends with, or at least say, “Great set, you’re awesome!” after seeing them live. I ended up somewhere in between a few weeks ago when I talked to the members of The Octopus Project after the band's show at Plush in downtown Tucson.
With a name like Beaver Choice, this college-student-targeted restaurant review could write itself. Luckily, the Scandinavian eatery doesn’t require you to take it seriously — only that you love to eat and enjoy the absurd friendliness of its staff. Forget about pretension and ambience (and innuendos) at the door.
If you had to pick a color to repaint the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts building this year, green may be a good choice. That is, if the paint were locally bought and contained no materials harmful to the environment. Oh, and if you recycle the paintbrush, too, and dedicate the project to a social action group.
It’s evening and smells of falafel and sounds of lively conversation drift through the basement of the Durham Language and Literature building on ASU's Tempe campus.
There’s a familiar atmosphere at Sunshine Ranch I in Gilbert, as horse trailer after horse trailer rolls into its three acres on a balmy February morning.
In the wake of the Jan. 8 shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and others by Jared Loughner, news media has focused its 24-hour lens on how college campuses handle mentally disturbed students.
A six-foot tall statue of Buddha smiles as it stands between a pair of fake trees decorated for the Lunar New Year. Behind him, you can hear the ambient trickling of waterfalls; two of them are built into a long, marble-tiled wall, sandwiching a freshly-carved sandstone mural of China’s most iconic wonder, the Great Wall.