With vivid colors and concepts, two local muralists worked with a Fry’s Food Store to add vibrancy to downtown Phoenix.
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With the addition of the ASU Spark sessions to the second Innovation Day on Nov. 1, innovation can be seen everywhere — from the sides of buses to program descriptors.
In celebration of a new building coming to downtown Phoenix, ASU’s Thunderbird School of Global Management is hosting a groundbreaking ceremony on Monday.
Maroon and gold could appear in the form of mild sauce and queso with the addition of a Taco Bell Cantina near ASU's Tempe campus.
From a new dorm at the Downtown Phoenix campus to a pedestrian bridge at Tempe, ASU has the approval to move forward with four big-budget projects.
Typically filled with sports jerseys, deafening cheers and school spirit, ASU 365 Community Union has brought a new addition to the Sun Devil Stadium this semester: mindfulness.
ASU students are shooting for the stars with a satellite set to launch this fall in an effort to better understand how urban areas impact climate change.
ASU library staff members are peeking through book-filled shelves and independently filling cracks in ASU’s sustainability goals to reduce waste in their department.
Down the street from ASU's downtown Phoenix campus, The Arizona Republic's employees publicly announced their plans to unionize on Wednesday, bringing together members of the ASU community in the wake of their declaration.
A need of the homeless that is often overlooked is that of acquiring transportation to healthcare appointments, but an ASU alumna is looking to help.
ASU's class of 2022 embodies the University's core values of diversity and inclusion perhaps more than its predecessors, a trait that could improve the University environment overall.
Attention vapers: following new health and safety concerns, ASU has decided to ban vaping on campus starting July 1.
Despite the legal battles, gray areas and general debate around marijuana, experts are looking through the smoke and cautioning pet owners to not get their pets high.
April is recognized as National Autism Awareness Month and a recent ASU-based study has found the long term effects of Microbiota Transfer Therapy, or MTT, on autism symptoms.
Students from organizations across ASU submitted a proposal requesting increased training and awareness for ASU staff and student organizations regarding sexual assault.
In a cactus-filled, land-locked state, ASU is turning its eyes towards a new project: coral conservation.
For Nancy Nickels, owner of Mrs. Rita’s Spiritual Awakening Center, intuition runs deeper than just the lines in a palm.
With drive-thru lines that wrap around the store, the Dutch Bros. location on Camelback Road and Central Avenue is a business’ daydream and a traffic nightmare.
In the pedestrian-filled streets of Tempe, a new initiative has decided how many traffic deaths are acceptable: none.
In light of conflicts concerning bias in media coverage and police work, law enforcement and newsroom communities are working to promote awareness while also working to change the narrative.