With classes set to begin on August 17, thousands of students are flocking to ASU from around the world and moving into their on and off campus living quarters. The following is everything you need to know about the move-in process in on-campus housing and some off-campus housing. If you do not see your living situation here, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Between the two most populous campuses, Tempe and downtown, there are 18 different on-campus housing options. However, with an enrollment of 68,685 students attending school on-campus in 2022, students say there is not nearly enough housing to support the student population.
The upcoming live-action "Barbie" movie, directed by Greta Gerwig and starring Margot Robbie in the titular role is, in fact, not the 64-year-old toy franchise’s screen debut.
April is Jazz Appreciation Month, which celebrates a genre of music that holds much importance to the many ASU students and faculty who study and perform jazz.
On Tuesday, several student organizations worked together to put on one of the Downtown Phoenix campus' largest drag shows as part of ASU's Pride Week events.
Self-expression through fashion and style is engrained into LGBTQ+ culture, and at ASU's Pride Prom, students are showing their pride and self-expression through creative and elaborate outfits.
In a post-pandemic world filled with chaotic news, an ever-changing economy and new technology arising, people are realizing the importance of living in the now, an idea that serves as the inspiration for ASU's "In The Moment" art exhibition.
From Shein to H&M, fast fashion is cute, cheap and easily accessible to many college students, however there's a darker side to the industry. One that some ASU students are looking to combat.