After 71 years in Glendale, the Thunderbird School of Global Management will be relocated to the ASU Downtown Phoenix campus by the 2021 academic year.
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Whether a student is interested in the intricacies of film, or simply looking for a new movie to watch once they are done with finals, ASU faculty have a few suggestions.
A male suspect reportedly exposed himself to two female students in the women’s bathroom of the Downtown Phoenix campus residential hall on Nov. 27, according to the ASU Police Department.
As the weather cools down in Arizona, the beginning of December is an ideal time to explore outdoor arts festivals in the Valley, and ASU students will have the opportunity to do so at the Tempe Festival of the Arts on the first weekend in December.
At the end of each semester, the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts’ School of Film, Dance and Theatre hosts a showcase of selected film works made by graduating seniors at ASU.
With final exams and semester deadlines approaching, many students find themselves battling stress.
The week in November leading up to Transgender Day of Remembrance on Nov. 20 is recognized around the country as Transgender Awareness Week, and ASU is offering a week of events for transgender students and their allies.
ASU continues its multi-campus celebration of Native American Heritage Month with an exploration of the history of Native American music.
The Pitchforks and Priority Male, ASU’s all-female and all-male a cappella groups, respectively, are preparing for their first concerts of the year and the release of their third albums.
Half a mile from the ASU downtown Phoenix campus, just south of Roosevelt Row, sits a small building many Phoenix residents walk by every day without knowing its identity.
Although Oct. 31 is most commonly associated with Halloween, it is also the day when many Pagans celebrate the harvest holiday of Samhain.
With the addition of two new groups, Confetti and Prism, LGBT+ students now have the opportunity to find community on all four of the main ASU campuses.
ASU students will have the opportunity to decorate their space with unique artwork while supporting their fellow Sun Devils at the Visual Communication Design Poster Show auction on Thursday, Oct. 26.
Michael Che and Colin Jost are widely known as the hosts of the Saturday Night Live segment Weekend Update, but on Oct. 23, students will have the opportunity to see the duo out from behind the iconic desk performing stand-up at ASU.
Just in time for Halloween, the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy will be presenting Jordan Peele’s 2017 thriller “Get Out” at the ASU downtown Phoenix campus on Oct. 20.
October is a time when many are carving pumpkins and watching scary movies, but this October might also be a great time to get a tattoo.
Leslie Odom Jr., who played Aaron Burr in the original cast production of the Broadway musical “Hamilton,” is coming to ASU at the invitation of Jeff Kennedy, assistant professor and former artistic director for the West campus.
The Arizona LGBT Bar Association and ASU's Sandra Day O'Conor College of Law screened “The Freedom to Marry” on the downtown Phoenix campus on Sept. 14, taking viewers on an emotional journey through the legalization of same-sex marriage.
There are over a dozen pieces of public art that students walk by every day at ASU, but some may not realize the history or significance behind each work.
Eighteen ASU journalism students’ works have been nominated for Rocky Mountain Emmy Student Production Awards this year, the most of any college in the Rocky Mountain Chapter.