The door at Long Wong’s, a bar and venue on Mill Avenue in Tempe, typically stayed propped open.
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The environmental structures that allow Earth to sustain life — glaciers, oceans, rainforests — are quickly deteriorating at a rate not seen since the last mass extinction that killed 76% of all species on Earth.
Construction in Tempe is almost inescapable. The traffic delays, booming demolition and dusty metro air can affect the lives of ASU students, staff and local residents. These negative repercussions seem to be overlooked in the interest of the University’s ceaseless need for innovation and expansion.
It’s difficult to trace the exact origin of the “OK boomer” internet sensation.
Every semester, students engage in the new opportunities that education presents them. Some of them have been preparing for these moments their whole lives. Some of them have just discovered a new passion, or maybe they are continuing their pursuit of a skill they have been practicing their whole life. Either way, many of these students will, at some point, feel like a fraud.
Rashad Shabazz talks about his childhood growing up in the violent South Side Chicago inside of Wilson Hall at ASU's Tempe campus on Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019, in Tempe, Arizona.
It’s that time of year again! Your favorite convention for world improvement coalitions that affect change in the global heart landscape of our society’s infrastructure and the modern zeitgeist is here. At CHANGEORG™, we are dedicated to bringing you the coolest, most elite and on-brand charities of 2019.
Freedom is “To ask nothing. To expect nothing. To depend on nothing,” wrote Ayn Rand, noted idiot, in one of her terrible novels. She represents an idyllic view of a perfectly atomized and inherently lonely society that is all too real for our generation.
It took 15 years for Jordan Young to leave the church. After years of telling non-members that their religions were satanic and lying to the public to persuade them to join, he said he had enough.
Phone lights look like stars against the darkened venue. Dozens of arms suspended in space uphold the cosmos.
Editor’s note: This article contains offensive language.
Three years ago, a Reddit thread titled “ASU Venting Thread. What do you hate about ASU?” gave students an organized forum to air their grievances about the University.
Karsom Chambers, a fourth year junior, left two months ago to study abroad in Avignon, France for the summer. He left in a T-shirt and Vans and returned with two berets, a new sense of self and a nicotine addiction.
You mean well. You look around and see a nation that has two main camps on the issue of immigration. There are the psychopaths and the good guys. There are the people who are putting children in cages, and the people who are politely asking them to stop.
Malawi is a country wedged between Mozambique and Zambia in southeastern Africa. The cerulean water of Lake Malawi sits in the east of the country, and in the south and west mountains ascend into the sky from valleys across the lush green landscape.
Editor's note: Trigger warning — The following story mentions rape and similar themes. For immediate assistance, call ASU's 24-hour crisis line at 480-921-1006.
When Kyla Silas visits the Hopi reservation near Flagstaff, she and her grandfather wake up at the crack of dawn. They ride out to haul water and herd their cattle, a time for the two of them to bond over the land they call home.
The State Press’ Sept. 6, 2019, article titled “ASU abandoned most of its operational sustainability goals” misreports facts and excludes necessary context, painting a completely inaccurate picture of the University’s sustainability efforts.
When Hannah Spencer lived in Bosnia-Herzegovina, she learned the word ćejf (pronounced “chafe”) a word that does not have a direct translation to English but can be interpreted as “a savory moment.” Ćejf, she said, is having a cigarette with a coffee after a long day of work.
Political campaigns are manipulating you.