Chloe Nordquist


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Kickstart the Arts highlights the importance of arts education

The inaugural Kickstart the Arts event took place over the weekend at ASU’s West campus. The event, designed by ASU sophomore Richard Morris, was planned with the purpose of showing students and children the importance of embracing the arts individually and within the community. The event included everything from crafts and creative writing, to screen printing, dancing and mural painting.


Forensic artist Stephen Missal draws sketches of missing persons to help the public visualize who they might be looking for at the inaugural Missing in Arizona day at ASU West campus on Oct. 24, 2015. 


ASU engineering students Joshua Kosar and Riley Chicci pictured with the 3DCycler they created.


ASU club sets sail on Tempe Town Lake

Look out over Tempe Town Lake on Friday or Saturday afternoon and you're bound to see a couple of sailboats. If you've seen the boats, chances are you've seen members of the ASU Sailing Club. The club has been around for 12 years now, and started as an outlet for adaptive sailing. It has since grown, and now represents ASU at competitions along the West coast.


Career Couture teaches students about dressing to impress

ASU Career Services presented Career Couture, a professional fashion showcase, Friday afternoon. The event showed students the importance of professional dress when making a first impression in interviews, then gave them the opportunity to demonstrate their newly developed fashion skills.


Tempe healing field honors lives of 9/11 victims

The Tempe Exchange club hosted its 12th annual Healing Field Friday, at Mill Avenue and Salado Parkway. The field of flags honors the victims of the Sept. 11 attacks and the soldiers who have lost their lives in the war on terror. Over 3,000 flags form a "living graveyard," giving visitors the opportunity to connect with the victims and have a healing experience. 


ASU students build community through improvisation team Barren Mind

ASU students looking to explore their funny side find on Friday, Aug. 28, 2015, through a creative outlet known as Barren Mind, a student organization and improvisation team based on the Tempe campus. The club gives students the opportunity to practice improvisation, humor and stage presence through weekly performances at the Memorial Union.



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