"Hamilton," the musical about the “ten-dollar founding father,” has made its way to ASU Gammage after much anticipation from history geeks, hip-hop fans and theater lovers alike.
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Almost half of the cases of sexually transmitted infections each year are diagnosed in individuals aged 15-24, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — meaning that STIs are an issue that college students need to address. But that can be difficult without the proper resources.
Fruits and veggies – some college students love them and find ways to snack on them throughout the day, while others resort to grabbing a bag of Flaming Hot Cheetos from one of the ASU POD markets.
At a point in time where the lines between culture and politics are blurred, comedians are using social and political issues in their shows and sets. Kristina Wong, one such comedian, will be returning to ASU Gammage with a new message to share on Jan. 20.
"Who this? Who this?" It's Young Nut and he's not stopping. ASU's very own film-making practices sophomore Cameron Krafft — the aspiring "Michael Cera of the rap game" — is working hard to advance his rap career with first full-length album, "Season2," which he released Dec. 1.
Venmo – a concept to get that $1.69 back for that Oreo McFlurry you bought for your friend that one time. The mobile payment service owned by PayPal allows ASU students to quickly send money with the click of a button, paper free.
No more searching far and wide for the perfect selfie lighting and no more taking photo after photo until the perfect picture arises, it’s Finsta time and in Finsta-land, there are no rules or social standards.
It’s a flash drive. It’s a portable charger. It’s a JUUL. Students on ASU's campuses have likely seen them before, even if they didn't know what they were. It’s a trend sweeping across ASU’s campus, but it is not new.
Sitting on a table in a lab on ASU's Polytechnic campus is a small robot made of plastic, and it's got one purpose: to jump.
To swipe right, or not to swipe right: that is the question. ASU students do not shy away from the opportunity to find a potential lover with just a tap of one’s finger. Dating apps such as Tinder, Bumble and Grindr are a few popular apps commonly found on the phone of a typical ASU student.
Tattoos are a fantastic way to express yourself, but they aren't always easily accessible. Tattoo parlors across the nation offer a "flash tattoo" special, where tattoos that are mostly predesigned and quick are offered on Friday the 13th.