Davis, an ASU fashion alumna who owns PHENOM, is designing Colleen Jennings-Roggensack's gown for the 2023 Tony Awards.
For Jazz Appreciation Month, students and faculty discuss their involvement in the jazz studies program, the importance of the genre, and their connections to the Phoenix jazz club, The Nash.
Consumers are no longer turning to large shopping malls for their goods as young people look to more progressive business models.
Spotify has changed the game for the music industry. Local performers and ASU students tune in to share their thoughts.
ASU Music Theatre and Opera is presenting "Into The Woods" April 14-23 as their final show of the 2022-2023 season, uncovering deeper themes beyond its fairytale premise.
The Devil's Inkwell gives creative writers from majors across ASU a space to connect and learn. The club will host its first poetry slam on April 14.
Several student organizations, local drag performers and LQBTQ+ owned businesses are involved in a major pride event on the Downtown Phoenix campus.
Students discuss their process of getting ready for Pride Prom and how they show pride for their identity and sexuality through their sense of fashion.
From corduroy jackets and 90s graphic tees to flared bell-bottom jeans and leather mini skirts, students are scouring secondhand clothing to help them discover their own distinct style through vintage fashion.
"Hermana," a short film about sisterhood, began as an ASU capstone project and is now screening at the Phoenix Film Festival.
Despite their reputation and complex rules, tabletop roleplaying games offer a unique combination of creative outlet and stress relief to college students.
ASU art students discuss the process and meaning behind their pieces in the "In The Moment" limited art exhibition at the Harry Wood Gallery.
With HBO’s "The Last of Us," the show is displaying the rich storytelling that can be found in video games.
Hozier's long-awaited EP titled "Eat Your Young" serves as social commentary on highly-commercialized America.