ASU club Brave Beanies weaves hats and donates them to the Jessie Rees foundation to be given to children battling cancer.
ASU is home to an overwhelming amount of students from all different cultures, backgrounds and places, and one international student has found her home away from home at ASU where she helps other international students acclimate to the change.
At Changemaker Central on Wednesday night, one of Phoenix's local app developers shared his mission to reinvent the way people interact online.
Miss Indian ASU is a pageant that allows Native American students at ASU to compete to represent their tribal community at ASU.
The Tempe 311 app has become a center of controversy among some Tempe citizens, with many using it for reasons outside its intended purpose.
ASU’s El Concilio expands awareness of the Hispanic culture by educating, celebrating and engaging the student population in an effort to eliminate stereotypes in the community.
What would you do if an unknown caller told you they had your loved one? One ASU mom tells her story.
In order to provide students with other dining options, ASU west campus brings food trucks on campus for convenience and to unite the community.
ASU students work to eliminate misconceptions of autism and create a community where everyone gives and receives acceptance.
First year transfer student and applied biological science major, Jacob Sorenson is working to expand autism programs on campus
ASU Faculty artists Katherine McLin and Andrew Campbell will play alongside visiting UNC professor Lauren Jacobson as the trio performs at Katzin Concert Hall on Thursday, Sept. 8.
Sun Devil Survivor is an organization that allows students to join together for a simulated experience of the beloved reality show Survivor.
State Press Play takes the stories you read and turns them into stories you can hear. For our first episode, stay tuned for a discussion on sexism in music, the anniversary of Arizona State University's downtown Phoenix campus and student reaction to Michael Phelps committing to the swim program. Music Credits: "Divider" - Chris Zabriskie "Plastic Cactus" - DINERS
Lawrence Krauss, a famous scientist and ASU professor, took on the role of the evil villain in Werner Herzog's new film, "Salt and Fire."