Several ASU student organizations advocated for the awareness of domestic violence and the importance of bystander intervention through Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October.
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Downtown Phoenix has a wide variety of culinary options for most every taste, but some students say it's hard to find good options in their price range.
Neon Club bends, twists, heats, sculpts and brings light to ASU’s art galleries.
Tempe’s Sun Devil Fitness Complex is welcoming a new fitness group on campus.
There’s room for more than just motorists and buses on the roads.
Cats, witches, mummies, devils — Because ASU is the most innovative University in the U.S., the sky is the limit for Sun Devils trying to find a last-minute Halloween costume.
Members of ASU's Bhakti Yoga Club sink into their savasana — lying still, counting their breaths and listening to their weekly guided meditation.
Members of ASU’s Guitar For Vets strum the chords to “Knocking On Heaven’s Door,” find their internal rhythm with drum circles and excel themselves through music.
People always tell you not to judge a book by its cover, but if you do, hopefully it's a pretty one. ASU club A Buncha Book Artists is striving to redefine traditional book-making as a creative art form.
What started more than four years ago as a Barrett Honors College thesis has developed into a choir full of students and young adults striving to empower others through music.
From producing citrus trees and carrots to pumpkins and watermelons, ASU’s Poly Gardens envelops both a passion for growing food and a connection to surrounding nature.
While jabbing at punching bags, facing off with their trainers and pinning their partners down, students still feel a sense of community at ASU's American Pankration club.
Autistics On Campus began with a single interaction.
Anissa Rasheta, a 39-year-old mother of three who doubles as a sociology major at ASU, took studying abroad to new heights this year. She paired up with CARE, a nonprofit organization and then she went to Benin, in West Africa.