This year marks the 10th anniversary of ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus, which officially opened in August of 2006 with only three colleges.
Many students find it hard to stay healthy, but with the Phoenix Public Market being only a block away from Taylor Place, eating healthy has never been more convenient.
Cycling Superheroes: ASU students bike across country to raise funds for individuals with disabilities
ASU fraternity members spent their summer cycling across the country to raise money and awareness for individuals with disabilities.
RentHoop, a new app worked on in part by an ASU student, was created to help students find roommates safely.
With a bill introduced June 21, the building could be renamed after retired Arizona congressman Ed Pastor.
The location houses classic arcade cabinets as well as board games and an array of craft beer and video game-themed cocktails
Military veterans and ASU alumni are giving back to the armed forces community through an online directory for veterans.
Places to share and discover fresh talent are only a few minutes away from ASU's Tempe and Downtown campuses.
Although some may consider this football season a joke, this week offers events that students may attend to ring in celebrating the arrival of the homecoming game on Saturday.
The Virginia G. Piper Writing Center is more than just the small house next to Old Main that feeds the feral cats around campus.
ASU students participating in a School of Human Evolution and Social Change study abroad program in Fiji took the health of their host community into their own hands by starting a fundraiser for basic medical supplies.
Guest speakers Winona LeDuke and Joy Harjo, both American Indian activists, came to discuss how they utilize American Indian lessons in modern societal and environmental progress.
The members of the ASU chapter of Project Sunshine volunteer their time and resources to local children in the hospital.
What once sounded like an impossible dream for fans of NBC's cult comedy may actually become a reality.
Dancers aim to provide children in Panama with dance education and a future in the arts through a summer community service trip with Movement Exchange, an international nonprofit organization.