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Spend a night on the streets of Paris or hang out with Wednesday Addams this year as Broadway shows come to the Herberger Theater in downtown Phoenix. For any student with a valid ID, a discounted ticket awaits at the box office.
ASU has earned a few titles since it was established — some proud titles like “#1 in innovation” and some negative ones like “party school.” Created in 2006, the ASU Academic Bowl was started to showcase student intelligence contrary to a bad reputation.
An Arizona drumline group with a large contingent of ASU students will travel to Dayton, Ohio to participate in an international competition.
State Press arts and culture reporter Joseph Perez traveled to Taholah, Washington to be adopted in his Native American tribe on April 7. Below is Perez's personal account of this experience.
ASU alumnus Victor Vargas' short comedy film “Check, Please!” will play at the 2018 Phoenix Film Festival.
April is National Poetry Month, and there is no better way for ASU students to celebrate than watching and performing spoken word poetry in the Valley.
Your parents will never forget the first time you did it, yet day after day, walking becomes almost as forgettable as breathing — it’s second nature, something that can be done with almost no conscious effort.
Pow wows are a cornerstone of Native American culture and have brought together different kinds of people and tribes for generations, and ASU is bringing together people from all over the country for its 32nd Annual Pow Wow.
TED Talks are a source of inspiration and fascination for many — and for the third year in a row, ASU students will have a TED event of their own.
A Council of Coalitions exists at Arizona State University, made up of the many coalitions representing ASU minorities. These groups often work together to present programs and events for students and the community.