The Labriola National American Indian Data Center may seem like a quiet collection of books nestled within Hayden Library, but on Feb. 29 it turned into a vibrant space for spoken word and artistic expression at the Indigenous Open Mic Poetry Night.
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In a box overlooking the field of Mountain America Stadium and the city of Tempe, a sold-out crowd of students, alumni and comedy fans from across Arizona erupted in laughter and applause.
Whether they are working on a passion project, an out-of-the-box assignment or a crafty holiday gift, the ASU Library Makerspace in Tempe's Hayden Library provides students and staff with the tools and technology to create.
Cloaked in layers of leather, hard hats and safety glasses, the artists waited in anticipation for glowing iron to pour from the cupola furnace.
Finals week at ASU is approaching fast, so take a quick sanity break with the arts before we get there!
Students packed Primetime Games in Tempe for a special off-campus Trading Card Game Club meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 1. As the meeting commenced, players laughed, built their decks of "Magic: The Gathering" cards and decompressed from the long school day.
Wordle, Connections, crosswords, sudoku. This string of free, online brain teasers plasters phone and computer screens across campus, briefly drawing students away from busy school days.
The Design School will display a collection of clocks on Wednesday, Nov. 1, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Though the 12-inch clocks all have ticking hands, their primary functions are not to tell time, but to communicate about various complex social issues.
Immerse yourself in ASU's art offerings this week, including special spooky workshops and performances, Día de los Muertos centered events and the annual ARTFest.
As Halloween approaches, students across ASU are picking out and piecing together wickedly good costumes.
I mused in my admissions essay for Barrett, the Honors College about the lessons dancing ballet taught me. That essay was supposed to be a testament to my character, but now it seems like a eulogy for a piece of myself that I left behind in high school.
The Indian Students' Association brought students across the ASU campus together to celebrate Indian culture and enjoy music and dancing at the Junoon concert on Saturday, Sept. 30.
With the fall semester in full swing, many first-time campus residents are personalizing their new spaces to unite their identities as college students with their childhood homes.
Amazon, the nonprofit Beats by Girlz and the ASU popular music program hosted an event on Sept. 14 to engage students with Amazon’s live audio streaming app Amp.
Online and West campus students are learning different skills to create art across boundaries and disciplines.
Outside, with no payment or car needed, students and community members have access to public murals, sculptures and imaginative architecture on the Tempe campus and in the adjacent Downtown Tempe area.
ASU creatives of all sorts are kicking off the semester with events ranging from dance to drama, film to gaming, and painting to sculpting.
Lights! Camera! Crowdfund?
Roses are red / Violets are blue / There's a poetry slam / Friday in the M.U.
A short film by a team of ASU filmmakers is charming audiences at the Phoenix Film Festival this week with a sparkling blue quinceañera dress, close-to-home sets and a sibling rivalry.