Students Organize for Syria hopes to create a better future for Syrian refugees through education and humanitarian efforts.
Sparky's Service Dogs is a unique club on campus that gives students the opportunity to raise service dogs for people with mobility impairments, type-one diabetes and PTSD.
ASU students anonymously erected a memorial to honor the memory of the 43 Mexican college students executed in 2014.
On Monday, Sept. 26, 2016, organizer Rev. Jarrett Maupin along with roughly 100 protestors took part in 'Moral Monday', in which protestors marched in the middle of the street up and down both sides of the Mill Avenue bridges, up to University, and ended up at the Tempe jail. Three protestors were detained on charges of 'blocking city thoroughfares', including Rev. Maupin, and Calvin Hollins, Dalvin Hollins' father.
With a core in musical therapy, this group empowers its students through various outlets from rhythmic exercises to songwriting.
Downtown Phoenix’s long-awaited grocery store may soon become a reality. A proposal to develop an empty lot in downtown Phoenix into a mixed-use, high-rise project will go before the Phoenix City Council Oct. 5.
Tempe Police arrested three protesters Monday: Rev. Jarrett Maupin, Calvin Hollins Jr. and Michael Moynihan.
Three were arrested Monday at a Black Lives Matter protest that blocked the Mill Ave.
For some Spanish-speaking university professors in Mexico, accessing English-only research poses a problem. ASU's Global Launch hosted a program to help remedy some of these difficulties.
An ASU alum used his work as a poet to help his native country of Nepal after a tragic earthquake struck in 2015.