Cuando Vanessa Fonseca-Chávez tomó su primer trabajo de enseñanza en University of Wyoming en el 2013, un encuentro inesperado impulsó un proyecto dedicado a documentar historias familiares a través de entrevistas grabadas que crecería en los años por venir.
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When Vanessa Fonseca-Chávez took her first teaching job at the University of Wyoming in 2013, an unexpected encounter spurred a project dedicated to documenting family histories through recorded interviews that would grow for years to come.
tacones hinchados envueltos en calcetines de punto
swollen heels wrapped up in knit socks
Un resplandor amarillento cubría la sala de conferencias del hotel: la luz de los diseños de las paredes rebota en la alfombra de felpa color cerúleo y crema y se reclina sobre los manteles de gamuza marrón.
A tawny glow covered the hotel conference room — light from the wall sconces bounced off the plush cerulean and cream carpeting and reclined across brown suede tablecloths.
Mientras Aerika Brantley se acostaba, su mente se aceleraba, parpadeando con continuas oleadas y chispas de energía residual.
As Aerika Brantley lay in bed, her mind would race, blinking with continuous surges and sparks of residual energy.
New technology inevitably presents new challenges. State Press Magazine reporter Sam Ellefson sits down with Pavan Turaga, associate professor and director in ASU's School of Arts, Media and Engineering, to discuss the ethics of artificial intelligence, machine learning and emerging technology at large.
La vida estadounidense contemporánea se define cada vez más por nuestra relación íntima con la tecnología siempre floreciente, una fuerza que ha crecido para ser más penetrante y omnipresente.
Contemporary American living is increasingly defined by our intimate relationship with ever-flourishing technology. As humanity develops, so does our technology, growing to be more pervasive and omnipresent.
“Solo se siente como una cosa tras otra”, dijo la Senadora Estatal Jamescita Peshlakai, con tono de angustia. Peshlakai describió las dolorosas realidades de sus electores en el noroeste de Arizona mientras ellos continúan lidiando con los efectos del calentamiento global. Las familias que viven en la reserva indigena están experimentando las consecuencias del cambio climático exclusivamente en la región, incluyendo la pérdida de plantas medicinales, la destrucción de la agricultura vital y los restos humeantes de los incendios que se deslizan hacia el desierto árido.
"It just feels like one thing after another," state Sen. Jamescita Peshlakai said, her tone soaked in anguish as she described the painful realities of her constituents in northeast Arizona. She told stories she says her colleagues in the legislature can't fathom. Families living on the Native American reservation are experiencing consequences of climate change unique to the region, including the loss of medicinal plants, the destruction of vital agriculture and the smoky remnants of fires slithering into the arid desert.
A collaboration between the ASU Art Museum and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art has spurred a newly commissioned light sculpture by light sculpturist Leo Villareal.
Since March, an array of businesses, organizations and educational institutions have shifted their operations to a virtual format, and therapists have followed suit.
In-person University events have largely been halted this semester, but there is still a plethora of engaging virtual ASU events to attend before finals.
When the pandemic initially halted much of public life and forced people to spend all of their time at home, the desire to not become robbed of our productivity led many to take up long lost or new hobbies and increase their now-virtual workload.
What began as Arthur C. Parker, an acclaimed archaeologist of Seneca descent who died in 1955, pushing for a one-day, national commemoration of Native American heritage and Indigeneity has evolved into present-day Native American Heritage Month.
On the cusp of the decade of film decadence, Texas-born Tobe Hooper wrote and directed the now-iconic horror masterpiece "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" in 1974 and cemented his standing as one of the leading figures in modern American horror movies.
When Polish director Andrzej Żuławski died of cancer at 75, he left behind a dream-like filmography of nightmares and dreamscapes spanning across nearly 45 years, which were occasionally plagued by censorship and have all settled into some form of newfound cult status following his death in 2016.