Join hosts Gabriella Fernbaugh and Amber Victoria Singer for the last episode of the semester. Tune in to hear reporters recount their semesterly interview with ASU President Michael Crow. In the meeting he discussed topics related to University statements, student-athletes, arts funding, ethics development and the possibility of an LGBTQ+ resource center.
ASU offers Olympic classes to teach about history and philosophy surrounding the Games
University students are ready to move forward with plans for an LGBTQ+ safe space on campus, with or without administration support.
Devil's Hideaway and Idle Hands Enchanted Cocktail Bar will open on Mill Avenue in February 2024 in what used to be the historic Rula Bula building.
The first Native American sorority in the nation allows the Iota chapter at ASU to spread and support Indigenous culture through Greek life and events.
ASU's Police Department and local law enforcement work to tackle crime on all four ASU campuses despite jurisdictional and geographical components to patrolling.
Native American students reflect on the meaning of National American Indian Heritage Month and the support the University provides to the community.
Students, faculty and advocacy organizations protested on the Tempe campus after ASU canceled the 'Palestine as an American Issue' event set to feature Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich.
Beginning next week, University students, whether by plane, car or light rail, will begin the trek back to their hometowns for the beginning of the holiday season.
Valley Metro is proposing to eliminate its FLASH line, a free shuttle service designed for student transportation.
The U.S. Surgeon General spoke to the ASU community on Monday about mental health with respect to one's environment and social network.
Tempe's stereotypical "college experience" offerings shouldn’t belittle the unique experiences at the Downtown, Polytechnic or West Valley campuses.
Sun Devils seeking nostalgia and retro games gather through the ASU Trading Card Game Club, harkening back to a simpler time when games were played face-to-face.
The Next Generation Service Corps and the U.S. Green Building Council at ASU worked together at the Tempe Escalante Community Garden to lay the foundation for the future of volunteering in sustainable ways.
ASU Chabad gathered Jewish students at the Memorial Union to pray for unity within the community.
The Zen Devils club at ASU meets weekly to practice Zen Buddhism and open discussions about philosophical topics such as beauty, existence and enlightenment.
Many students know someone who is taking more than 18 credits in a semester. But why do students opt for the heavier workload, and what are the effects of such a schedule?
Tempe is investing in its historic Downtown and Mill Avenue areas to make a more pedestrian-friendly area with a connection to the City's roots in art and culture.
As ASU tries to keep up with a growing student population and new degree programs, new construction projects continue to pop up across the valley.
There are a plethora of coffee shops in Phoenix and Tempe, each with their own personality, for students looking to finish assignments or grab a pick-me-up in a new environment.