"Life" star Jake Gyllenhaal, "The Martian" author Andy Weir and ASU faculty discuss scientific representation in films and its accuracy.
Twice a semester, Barrett Student Services hold DIY Art Night to provide a breather for students and create a sense of community.
Witchcraft and paganism are making a comeback in the new world, and many ASU students identify with the community.
Students can grab fresh fruits and vegetables at the Fresh and Local Farmers Market in Tempe as part of a healthy eating campaign by ASU.
Student club Oxfam at ASU looks to raise awareness for worldwide social justice issues by hosting events and signing petitions.
Jewish life on campus discusses the reactions within their community and how ASU has handled the situation at hand.
The ASU School of Film, Dance and Theatre has created a program that lets student playwrights stage their plays and get audience feedback.
The president of ASU's eSports Association, its "StarCraft 2" coordinator and leader of the school's "Super Smash Bros. Melee" weekly tournaments offer their opinions on what it takes to go pro — both outside and within the collegiate level.
Inspired by both Arizona and her home of Chicago, performance artist Hannah Barco's installation is a part of the ASU Art Museum's projectWALK exhibit.
Every first Thursday of the month, Downtown Phoenix's Valley Bar turns into a salon-inspired lounge for discussion about a timely topic. This month, they talked politics.
The historical landmark, once the home of university presidents, has been inhabited by the Virginia G. Piper Trust since 1995. It acts as a creative space for budding student and community writers.
The Crepe Club provides new food options to students away from the Memorial Union, and will give out free crepes in February to draw in more customers.
The Acting Company to bring two touring productions to the Valley with company’s first all-black cast
The company will present dual productions of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar" and "X," a brand-new play about the life and assassination of Malcolm X. Company members say they hope the productions will help spark a new interest in the two historical figures.
ASU faculty professor Liz Lerman's installation, "Minds on the Move: The Treadmill Tapes," demonstrates how walking can form communities and connect people together.
Monthly events bring science and cocktails together for a unique educational experience in Downtown Phoenix. ASU students may even get a grade for going.
As a part of ASU's upcoming Doctoral Recital Series, Alexandra Birch will highlight different cultures through a violin performance.