Formal Walk-Only Zone enforcement and penalty implementations have started to take effect with the objective to ensure campus safety.
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Students from across the nation were challenged to use their skills in argumentation and public speaking in the 37th annual American Forensic Association Individual Events Tournament Saturday and Sunday on the Tempe campus.
ASU scientist Roy Curtiss has been selected as the 2014 recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Society for Microbiology. (Photo by Ryan Liu)
Parks and recreation management freshman Mercedes Villa said she stopped at the "event" because her brother has autism. (Photo by Alexis Macklin)
A sign from the fall 2013 Polytechnic $2 challenge hangs near the entrance where students would sleep. (Photo by Andrew Ybanez)
Sophomore and current Cronkite Sen. Alexis Kramer and sophomore and current USGD President Frank Smith III discuss their platforms during the 2014 Elections Debate held in ASU Downtown’s Student Center on March 27.(Photo by Becca Smouse)
Students now have the opportunity to experience space exploration and feel the sensation of traveling in space at the Marston Exploration Theater located on the Tempe campus.
Students and those affected by suicide gather at the Hayden Lawn for an Out of Darkness walk hosted by AFSP on Sunday March 23. (Photo by Mario Mendez)
In just a few months, Tempe residents will notice construction of a tall tulip-shaped structure near the Tempe golf course.
Professor Devens Gust, one of ASU's scientists, along with colleagues at Argonne National Laboratory, has reported advances toward perfecting a functional artificial leaf. They designed an artificial leaf that uses solar energy to convert water cheaply and efficiently into hydrogen and oxygen. (Photo by Ryan Liu)
Nonprofit leadership junior Noor Halloum and friends partake in a dabka dance outside the Memorial Union. The dance is commonly seen at social gatherings in Palestine. Students for Justice in Palestine hosted the event on March 6. (Photo by Mario Mendez)
Holocaust survivor Charlotte Adelman told a room of students that there are never two Holocaust stories that are the same. She shared her own story of survival Wednesday at the Downtown campus.
Margaret Nelson, one of four ASU archaeologists are looking into how pre-existing vulnerabilities amplify the affects of climate shock as part of an international team examining how people can be most resilient to climate change when it comes to food security. (Photo by Ryan Liu)
In celebration of Black History Month, Student Engagement and the Black History Month planning committee collaborated to host a Soul Train dance Tuesday at the Downtown campus.
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Logan Ferrington of Desert Canyon Middle School writes his answers in the Semi-finals of the "You Be The Chemist Challenge" before winning a spot in Nationals in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Axel Everitt)
Tempe Police reported the following incident Friday:
While couples were swooning all over each other with chocolates and expensive dinner dates, students taking Chinese celebrated the end of Chinese New Year Friday on the Tempe Campus.
Tempe Police reported the following incidents Thursday:
(Photo Courtesy of Raji Ganesean)