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In the final years of World War II, trapped amid the starvation and squalor of Poland’s Lodz ghetto, 13-year-old Abraham “Abramek” Koplowicz hunched over his school notebook, scribbling down poems that documented the reality of life as a Jew under German occupation.
The Arizona Capitol is expected to be flooded with a sea of pink hats and homemade protest signs for the third annual Phoenix Women’s March on Saturday, Jan. 19.
The professional and personal relationships made in college can last far beyond a student's collegiate years, and ASU’s School of Art will be honoring those relationships with an upcoming exhibit featuring current mentors and their former students.
Theaters and symphonies around the world are celebrating the centennial of American composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein’s birthday.
According to the ASU charter, the University is "measured not by whom it excludes, but rather by whom it includes and how they succeed,” and as more and more students are identifying as LGBT+ the demand for this inclusivity continues to increase.
The ASU Art Museum’s Ceramics Research Center is hosting an exhibition titled ‘From Darkness to Light’ focusing on the vast range of human emotions.
The ACLU of Arizona, or AZCLU, has litigated to protect the rights of Arizona citizens for almost 60 years.
With Halloween finally settling in, ASU students looking for a creepy place to scare their friends or conjure a spirit through a Ouija board don't need to look any farther than a few minutes walk from their dorm rooms.
Dia de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, is often known for its colorful decorations and sugar skull designs, but there is much more behind the traditional Mexican holiday.
Short skirts and thigh-high socks. Tube tops and short-shorts. Platform heels and skin-tight dresses that leave almost nothing to the imagination.
Two ASU professors will be featured in talks presented by the Phoenix Art Museum as part of its Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire exhibition.
Nails scraping on rough fabric. Stories told in breathy whispers. Lips smacking and teeth crunching.
As part of ASU’s Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations, Phoenix-based artists explore elements of the Latinx experience through print, painting and photography.
Whether it's through a collection of tiny succulents or one five-foot-tall fern, people are increasingly using caring for houseplants as a self-care technique to cope with depression and anxiety disorders — the most common mental illnesses in the U.S.
The ASU Art Museum invites students to step into the colorful, revolutionary world of 1960s and 70s art icons in its upcoming exhibition Pop/Funk: Warhol and Frey.
The Phoenix-based nonprofit group Movement Source Dance Company will celebrate its 30-year anniversary with a show titled “Alone, Together." The show will feature ASU alumni, current students and professors.
The source novel for 'The Color Purple,' which will come to ASU Gammage from April 17 to April 22, is almost 40 years old — but for the play's cast and director, the story of Celie is as relevant as ever, with new life breathed into it by contemporary feminist movements such as #MeToo.
Jacob Meders’ “And It’s Built on the Sacred” exhibit, hosted in the ArtSpace West gallery at ASU’s School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies at the New College, hopes to engage viewers in a dialogue about the commodification and gentrification of indigenous land and culture by the U.S.
The ASU Art Museum’s exhibition A Dream on a Dream, put together by Texas artist Claudio Dicochea, features a painting depicting blackface by controversial artist Michael Ray Charles.
The ASU Art Museum "Project Space," the museum's downtown experimental gallery, will be closing its doors April 20.