The rinky dink press, founded by ASU professor Rosemarie Dombrowski, will be launching its second series of zines at Grand Central Coffee from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 8.
This year's ASU Fall Film Capstone Showcase will be screening films from various genres by selected senior film students.
The Ukulele Club combines musical practice, inclusiveness and community service to create a club for all types of ASU students.
Local Hispanic-heritage-themed activewear brand Ganaz Apparel is breaking the mold when it comes to gym culture.
ASU student and slam poet Megan Atencia is seeking to revive the slam poetry community in the Valley.
ASU film club hosting a two-day event filled with sci-fi entertainment, Q&A's with top producers and discussing what the future will hold in 50 years.
A student-led production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" will run Nov. 17-20 on the Tempe campus.
Feminist art group to join ASU in discussing art, politics and women's place in society.
Associate art professor Angela Ellsworth established the Museum of Walking in 2014 to explore how walking and movement intersect with creativity and art.
Esteemed Irish poet John F. Deane will be visiting Arizona from Nov. 11-14. During his visit, he will speak at the Irish Cultural Center, a Irish church, and the ASU Tempe Campus, where he will hold a poetry reading and discussion from 3 - 4:30 p.m. on Monday.
On Saturday, ASU Gammage will be presenting Agua Furiosa, the latest show created by the LA-based Latin dance theatre company CONTRA-TIEMPO.
A list of close-by restaurant options for all college students' needs that are worth exploring past the dining hall.
Check out these five shows displayed around Phoenix and Tempe before they close this month.
Why do cats rule the internet? Join ASU students for an art exhibition exploring this idea on Nov. 9 at ArtSpace West.
Edouard Beyens, a percussionist grad student, will be performing a recital this upcoming Monday at Katzin Concert Hall that will feature a mixture of modern and classical musical works.
The flood in Florence, Italy 50 years earlier is remembered through Ellen Murray's "Deluge" on display in Noble Science Library until Dec. 12.
The local arts and culture scene, from music to theater, has been a soundtrack and backdrop to young voters, many of whom will vote for the first time in the upcoming election.