ASU Marston Exploration Theater makes it possible for students to visit celestial objects in space — sort of.
Gov. Doug Ducey voiced his support of ride-sharing companies in his State of the State address and growing the sharing economy in Arizona.
In July, Charlavail Effron set off on a journey across the country doing meet ups to spread positivity and creativity, as well as selling her art out of her camper.
An ASU research team will study the effects of migration on children who are left in their country of origin.
The Peace Corps Prep program gives students applying to the Peace Corps a competitive edge through an internship and courses.
Has the llama craze incited your wildest llama fantasies? Figure out which furry animal you are transcendentally living through in this State Press quiz.
The week of February 22 to March 2, filmmakers made Sedona their home as they shared their films at Sedona International Film Festival. All of us—the festival’s general audience, the press and the filmmakers—were here for a single purpose: a love for film. It's a love that seems even more special in a place with such unique energy.