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ASU is looking to expand its partnerships in the private sector with a forthcoming for-profit venture, as first reported by The Chronicle of Higher Education and confirmed by the University.
Razor, one of the three dockless scooter vendors in Tempe, warned Tempe City Council that its time in the city could be coming to an end, according to a letter the company submitted to the city on Tuesday.
A screening of an Oscar-nominated film on Monday, a '70s-themed arcade night on Tuesday, ice skating in downtown Phoenix on Wednesday and, oh yeah, a concert featuring a headliner with almost 12 million monthly listeners on Spotify on Saturday.
It's no secret that a lot goes into hosting Billboard-topping artists on the ASU Tempe campus SDFC fields every year.
Tucked underground beneath the intersection of Mill Avenue and Tenth Street is the ASU Art Museum — the permanent home of 12,310 art objects created by artists including big names like Georgia O’Keefe and Diego Rivera.
Students expecting to see the familiar double-decker shuttles wrapped in "#1 in innovation" banners pulling up curbside after returning to the University for the spring semester were met instead by a new fleet of shuttles.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich sued the Arizona Board of Regents on Thursday, targeting ASU's practice of leasing tax-exempt public land to private businesses.
The first day back to school for the spring semester is the mark of a fresh start for many, but for some students in Hayden East and West residence halls, the day started with a cold shower.
From growing up in his parents' Mexican restaurant in Tempe to opening his own chain of restaurants in the Valley, family is at the center of everything for Someburros owner, Tim Vasquez.
Thirty-six million voters across the nation have cast early ballots for the midterm election putting the nation on track to have historic voter turnout by all measures in 2018.
The independence of college presents an array of perks. But being away from the comforts of home while feeling under the weather is not one of them.
You don't have to be an engineer or artist to carve a jagged face into a glowing gourd, but having a game plan and the necessary materials adds ease and safety to the process.
Seeking a creative space for personal expression and exploration, 2014 ASU alumnaCharissa Lucille published her first zine in her last semester at ASU.
Speak the truth even if your voice shakes.
Don't wait to get your spook on. There are a ton of things to do near campus in preparation for Halloween:
Fall break – the glorious mini-vacation that sneaks up out of nowhere every year. Lucky for last-minute vacation planners, ASU is in the perfect location for people seeking a wide variety of beautiful weekend destinations during the season.
The Jewish community at ASU is taking a new spin on the traditional sukkah, a structure used in celebration of the Jewish holiday Sukkot, with a Pedi-Sukkah.
It was at the Indiana State Fair where her photography was first recognized as standing above the rest — and she was only in third grade.
While hitting tailgates on Saturday and dedicating Sunday to rest and atonement sounds like a solid weekend to some, we think there's better pound-for-pound entertainment out there.