With finals approaching, students turn to drugs like Adderall to focus and more efficiently get their work done. Photo illustration published in 2012.
Photo illustration of adderall taken in 2012.
Emily Matich, North American director of operations for World Youth Alliance, addresses students in the Memorial Union on Tuesday night. The international group focuses on human rights.
The Pat Tillman Veterans Center, which opened in the Memorial Union in August, has helped many veteran students adapt to college life.
Alpha Drive is vacated, boarded up and under construction. Fraternities like Alpha Epsilon Pi and Sigma Nu are no longer allowed to live in Greek campus housing.
ASU's March of Dimes club has raised more than $2,700 in preparation for the March for Babies in downtown Phoenix on Saturday.
Campaign season for each campus's undergraduate student government is underway. Tempe's executive ticket, made up of presidential candidate Mark Naufel (right), vice president of policy candidate Brianna Pantilione (left) and vice president of services candidate Rob Wiley (sitting) is running unopposed.
FLASH buses are being rerouted in some places starting Wednesday due to construction on McAllister Avenue. The new route will be in place through March 23.
Occupy protesters gathered on Hayden Lawn Wednesday night to protest House Bill 2675, which would require students with need-based scholarships to contribute at least $2,000 per year for tuition.
Protesters hold anti-war signs at Cesar Chavez Plaza on Saturday afternoon. The protesters rallied against the U.S. going to war with Iran.
Citizens came together Saturday night to remember the victims of the Tucson shooting one year ago. The candlelight vigil was held on the lawn of the Arizona State Capital building in Phoenix.