After years of making various different art pieces across several mediums, art students at Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts are coming together to develop their own exhibition.
The latest Spider-Man superhero flick fails at cohesive storytelling in a messy, chaotic film.
It's been 10 years since "The Hunger Games" movie released, which would kickstart a wave of similar movies based off of YA novels. What happened?
The new exhibit, hosted by ASU's A Buncha Book Artists club, gives students an opportunity to share their work and artistic endeavors.
Chase Atlantic, who will headline Devilpalooza, dabbles in R&B, punk and pop in their music.
Matthew McCarthy, a W. P. Carey professor who has taught over 70,000 students, wrote about his experiences in hopes he could help other students navigate college.
"Tootsie," ASU Gammage's fifth show of the 2021-2022 season is as flashy as the red sequin dress its lead dons.
Mitski’s "Laurel Hell" album and sequential concert at The Van Buren in Phoenix will be a difficult experience to forget.
I identify with the nation where I was born, the region where I was raised, and the culture I originate from. For a question asking about my background, I have a complicated response.
Battle of the Bands winners Ruby Shore discuss their indie rock style, recent victory and plans for the future.
Cross over borders and break boundaries at "Borders and Boundlessness," an exhibit at the Northlight Gallery.
Procedural police shows leave audiences wondering if what they are watching is just another example of Copaganda.
"Pokémon Legends: Arceus" shakes up the fundamentals but has room to improve for it to live up to the $60 price point.