Several incidents at ASU have come to light since the election in which LGBTQ+ and African American students have been the targets of harassment, echoing a national trend.
Despite partial blindness in both eyes, Marieke Davis has finished a long-time aspiration during her final year at ASU: drawing and producing her own comic book.
The Graphic Design Senior Student Association put in countless hours of work to set up their annual poster show, which acts as a fundraiser to help put together the seniors' end of the year exhibits.
ASU Police is investigating graffiti that University officials labeled as "hateful rhetoric."
The Arizona Center is undergoing a costly nine-month renovation, but the construction is unlikely to affect the ASU classes on the second floor of the complex.
The ASU Global Resolve Club unites students with a passion to improve the lives of underprivileged people and countries by creating sustainable and innovative solutions.
This year's election has resulted in many Americans feeling uncertain and scared about the future.
ASU's prototyping dreams course rewrites "Frankenstein" and creates a modern day lab space in Hayden Library participating in the bicentennial celebration of the novel.
ASU Wheelchair Basketball Team members were strongly impacted by their trip to Indonesia and hope to see ASU further invest in international programs.