Mack's Berry Shack is operated by a freshman architecture major out of the communal kitchen in the Adelphi Commons dorms on ASU's Tempe campus.
A review of the Council of Presidents' priorities from the past four academic years reveals overlaps and shortcomings in diversity and student success initiatives.
ASU women's basketball had a dominant performance on Sunday, defeating Marist College 82-53 at home in the last game before the Cancun Challenge.
As the mental health needs of students continue growing, ASU Counseling Services is overbooked, leaving students feeling helpless and with no one to talk to.
In its first performance outside of New York, ASU theater piece brings attention to the struggles that veterans face.
ASU swim set multiple program records during successful trip to the NC State Invite, with the men's team coming in second and the women's team coming in fifth.
Mirabella welcomes four graduate students in the School of Music as musicians-in-residence to perform for residents in the retirement home.
ASU men's basketball has gone 2-2 to start the season, and here are some takeaways to consider after the team's tough loss to SDSU.
The Sun Devils defeated the Sooners in dominating fashion at its first home meet of the season Friday night.
ASU investigation finds two MSC members violated code of conduct in multicultural space confrontation
In a press conference, the three students charged by ASU after an incident in the Tempe campus' multicultural space announced most of the charges were dropped.
ASU men's basketball suffered its second loss of the season in its first game on the road against San Diego State on Thursday after leading at halftime.
ASU has partnered with Blue Origin to lead the Orbital Reef University Advisory Council to conduct research and education outreach for the space project.
As Downtown Phoenix ASU students look for jobs this winter break, here are job opportunities not too far from campus.
Mirabella's treatment of Shady Park shows entitlement and a lack of care toward Tempe's small businesses.
Analysis of ASU student research shows easing business start-up policy encourages more businesses owned by minorities.
Research shows LGBTQ+ students are more likely to have student debt than non-LGBTQ+ students. This can mean a higher barrier to entry for higher education, ASU student groups said.