Local to Global Justice is an activist and social justice club that covers a variety of issues from the local to global levels.
Many students are protesting for a tuition freeze because student workers are not receiving the benefits from Proposition 206.
“I have translated human’s hopes, dreams and fears into algebra,” Conservancy Scientist talks about using math to preserve more endangered species.
Students Organize for Syria brings together students and the refugee community, raising awareness for the Syrian crisis.
Maycie Thornton explains how social media and news impact each other during a Must See Monday at Arizona State University's downtown campus.
A male suspect reportedly exposed himself to two women who were sitting in a car near Hassayampa Monday night, according to a crime alert tweeted by ASU police. The incident may be related to another indecent exposure that occurred on Feb.
A program on law and behavioral science will help students wanting to pursue careers needing law and psychology training.
The Refugee Alliance, which started in 2016, is trying to help refugee families by volunteering.
ASU staff, student and alumni will be honored through out Women's History Month through the "Badass Women of Arizona State University" campaign.
With the idea of an immigration ban, an on campus club is assisting refugees that may be affected.
Students are invited to say farewell to Sparky's Den and the bowling lane at the MU as the area undergoes renovations.
Planters Peanuts visited ASU to offer Sun Devils a chance to travel the country by becoming a Peanutter.
As Random Acts of Kindness Week takes place across ASU campuses, students look for ways to increase other people's happiness alongside their own.