The Phoenix NEDA Walk, on March 12 at Kiwanis Park, hopes to create a community of like-minded individuals while shedding light on resources available for those with eating disorders.
Members of Arizona's Beta chapter of Phi Delta Theta hosted a celebration of life for their brother Brian Fraser, who was killed in the Michigan State shooting.
Maria Anguiano was awarded the 2023 Community Empowerment Award for her work in creating ASU Local, which allows students to complete college credit while staying in their community.
Columbia College Hollywood, now affiliated with ASU, will become the California College of ASU while holding some operations at the ASU California Center.
ASU partnered with Ticketmaster as the athletic department's primary ticket provider in 2017 and switched to mobile-only ticketing in 2020, raising concerns among loyal Sun Devil Athletics fans.
The $5.5 million grant will help with nurse training and providing new faculty for nursing students and programs in an effort to address Arizona's nursing shortage.
The Al-Mahdi Association was founded last semester with the hopes of establishing a safe space for Shia students, as well as teaching the ASU community about the religion.
ASU freshman Selena Morse wrote "Dear Tariq," a children's book that seeks to give perspective on Syrian refugees and to build empathy.
ASU alumnus Austin Davis highlighted mental health, homelessness and fentanyl abuse in his recently published novella Compulsive Swim.
Alberto Ríos, the inaugural poet laureate of Arizona, has used his experience and understanding of Arizona culture to reflect the state in his writing.
The NFL has put its stamp on Margaret T. Hance Park in downtown Phoenix with the Super Bowl Experience, completely transforming the area in the process.
In the annual conference, Indigenous students and faculty spoke about the misrepresentation and lack of education about the Native American community.
A collaboration between the Pat Tillman Foundation and the NFL will allow the stories of four Tillman scholars to be told after the National Anthem.
An inside look at the extensive, nearly year-long process that is preparing the field for the Super Bowl LVII.
Over 40 new pieces of art, some made by ASU graduates, will soon be on display at the Phoenix Airport Museum at Sky Harbor.
An inmate English class inspired Cordero Holmes, one of 2023's MLK award recipients, to have a greater love for community and the value of education.
Tempe is no longer planning to ban flavored tobacco and vape products, instead they are looking for more restrictions.
ASU's annual Battle of the Bands turns out to be a disorganized event leaving students and performers confused and let down.
The 23-year-old man, Maison DesChamps, also known as "Pro-Life Spider-Man," free-climbed Chase Tower Tuesday raising awareness for an anti-abortion charity.
A man who entered Taylor Place was arrested Sunday morning by ASU PD for trespassing and burglary of a laptop, court documents say.