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With “Voyage,” ABBA’s first studio album in nearly 40 years, the band provides closure for listeners despite its ever-burgeoning success.
On Nov. 5, the Herberger Institute of Design and Arts hosted the Indigenous Dancer's Showcase at the Nelson Fine Arts Plaza on the Tempe campus to help kick-start Native American Heritage Month.
ASU's West campus may be known for providing an environment fostering the liberal arts, but few may be aware it is also the home of an art program dubbed "Creative Spaces."
Scary-looking pumpkins, mysterious ghosts, blood-sucking vampires and costumed trick-or-treaters are ubiquitous signs of the spookiest holiday of the year.
"It’s been a long week," a phrase that is slowly becoming a staple in my vocabulary.
After over a year off because of COVID-19, ASU 365 Community Union is back to hosting in-person events, including “Movies on the Field,” a monthly series where the ASU community is invited to watch movies at Sun Devil Stadium.
Every so often, Co-Star, the popular astrology app, will send out weirdly personal, chaotic, or purely confusing push notifications.
"Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings," Marvel's newest Labor Day release, is a refreshing take on the classic superhero film.
When South Korean director Bong Joon-ho received a Golden Globe for his film "Parasite" in January 2020, he said "once you overcome the 1-inch tall barrier of subtitles, you will be introduced to so many more amazing films."
"Donda," Kanye West's 10th studio album, reads as a desperate attempt to stay relevant by using controversy and big names to create suspense over an ultimately forgettable record.
As the fall semester gets into full swing, students may be looking to meet like-minded people and get involved after few in-person events for so long thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Meet “thegoodshowsaz” – the protective older siblings of Arizona's music scene.
Skyrocketing rap sensation Jack Harlow headlined InfernoFest, ASU’s annual fall semester concert hosted by the Programming and Activities Board, to a nearly half-filled Sun Devil Stadium Tuesday.
As ASU eases into a different look on campus after over a year of most attending virtually, Culture@ASU hosted one of its first large events — Culture Kick-off — to provide a sense of community for new students and to celebrate the University's diverse population on Tuesday.
On May 4, Yahoo Answers will be shutting down and deleting its archives, joining the ranks of Limewire and MySpace – other casualties of the internet age.
Last winter, almost two years after the release of “Avengers: Endgame,” my sister and I decided to explore the beloved Marvel Cinematic Universal.
I've always been a fan of personality quizzes, they are the best kind of mindless fun. I love being able to waste time answering questions ranging from my truest motivations to my clothing preferences.
"Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal" is a story of wealth, privilege, exploitation and bribery — and the man who facilitated the whole thing.
On March 10, Chipotle and e.l.f. Cosmetics came together to release a four product beauty line that sold out in just 11 minutes, with the $16 eyeshadow palette now being resold for prices around $50. And needless to say, internet users, including myself, were both confused and intrigued.