ASU provides a wide range of services and tools aimed at putting students with disabilities on the same academic level as other students.
ASU is currently in the process of constructing several new buildings with the Biodesign C building as the most prominent. While the school is working hard for future students, current students want to see their ideas become reality before graduation.
The cultural tradition of Día de los Muertos was celebrated at ASU for the first time this year, connecting the large Hispanic population at the school with their culture, even far from home.
On this special edition of State Press Play, audio editor Alex Watts talks with videographer Jordan Evans about the research and production of his video 'Haunted Hallways: Urban Legends of the ASU Tempe campus'. From disputed accounts of tragic events to doors closing in empty rooms, this episode has plenty to be spooked about.
In 1937, ASU, then Arizona State Teachers College, saw the arrival of Emerson Harvey, the school's first black varsity athlete.
Editors of the Normal Noise magazine accused Barrett, the Honors College and ASU of censorship after officials from the college refused to allow a piece of art depicting a nude female form to be displayed in the magazine’s spring 2016 issue.
Only the #1 most innovative university in the country can give those traditional angel and devil costumes a run for their money.
Blind students at ASU, especially at the high-traffic Downtown Phoenix campus, face a unique set of challenges that make it harder for them to go about their daily lives and avoid hazards such as cars.
Political science sophomore and first-generation student was awarded the ISA Planning Scholarship for ASU study abroad.
ASU partners with Kinnaird College for Women in Pakistan to advance knowledge in American literature and break down stereotypes about the two countries.
ASU's only Bollywood dance team brings students together who share a love and passion for South Asian culture and dance.
The ASU chapter of the American Cancer Society Colleges Against Cancer is always looking for new ways to promote and raise money for their cause. The only problem is their lack of participation from current members and other ASU students.
While sticking to the historical roots and focusing on meditation, the yoga sessions also incorporate flexibility, fitness, and relaxation.