As the play "1070" comes to a close until its run begins again in September, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) students at the University and allies reflect on what Arizona's history means for the future of their immigration rights
Bishops Barber Shop will be opening its doors for local artists to showcase their work through their Bishops TV and gallery showings.
The journey of ASU alum Yvette Johnson began 10 years ago when she found a video of her late grandfather speaking about racism in Mississippi.
Mala Collectivus is collective of young people collaborating with Palabras Bilingual bookstore to host a book club that follows a safe space of discussion for issues that affect people of color.
ASU students have several options for organic living in Tempe, including the recently award-winning Clark Park Farmers Market.
Residents in Tempe or Phoenix may stumble upon a surprise present as they go out and about during their summer days.
As ASU's Afghan Student Association members prepare to host a vigil for the victims of the recent bombings, they reflect on their personal experiences and the importance of Afghan representation.
Artist Gabriel Rico presents his first U.S. art exhibition through neon lights, found objects and some of Life Science's taxidermy animals.
Phoenix Comicon will have hundreds of exhibitors and guest stars during this massive celebration of geek culture at the Phoenix Convention Center.
Students get tattoos in college for a variety of reasons, but a large portion of them will grow to regret their ink within a decade of getting it.
Records are becoming a common trend among ASU students who prefer the traditional audio of music to modern methods.
Herberger students to showcase their capstone projects at the Paul V. Galvin Playhouse on Friday.
Sounds of Africa: The ASU African Drum Ensemble gives students a chance to play music from African nations
The ASU African Drum Ensemble is a chance to perform another country's type of music and expand students' musical abilities. Each semester focuses on different tribes and is open to non-music majors.
Composers and student artists to creatively showcase scientific findings of University researchers.