Editor's note: This story was updated on March 12 to reflect event cancellations due to concerns over the spread of COVID-19, also known as the novel coronavirus.
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Gina Santi's visual anthropology work depicts Nepali locals in bright hues of red, orange and blue and is currently featured on ASU Gammage's lobby walls.
A new collection of student work was unveiled to the public this past week at the ArtSpace West gallery on ASU's West campus. The exhibition, titled "Speak Out," features work of various mediums from South Mountain High School students enrolled in the school's developing arts program.
The Phoenix area is bursting with talent, and the illustrious venues that showcase it are hosting some fun shows this month. Relax, have fun with friends and get away from campus for a night by checking out one of these eight concerts happening in the Valley this month.
The 62nd annual Grammy Awards aired live on CBS on Jan. 26, and the show was met with a mix of excitement, congratulations, disappointment and frustration.
I still remember my first experience with the work of folk-rockstar Sufjan Stevens. I was sprawled in my full-sized bed over white sheets at 15 years old, streaming "Death with Dignity" on Spotify and sobbing over who I thought was the love of my life breaking my heart. Stevens’ music has always resonated with me, and after receiving critical acclaim from Luca Guadagnino's "Call Me by Your Name" he has found his way into the hearts of many LGBTQ+ individuals. Offering a homestead for emotional vulnerability, many young people find solace in Stevens’ confessional lyrics and sweeping melodies.