Stories in the time of COVID-19

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News stories featuring faculty, staff and students who are continuing to create and innovate.

Ed Finn

When crises unleash your imagination

Ed Finn, director of the Center for Science and the Imagination and associate professor with a joint appointment in the School of Arts, Media and Engineering and the Department of English, joins Torie Bosch, editor of Future Tense, to explore how crises can unleash our imaginations as part of a new Future Tense biweekly series called Social Distancing Socials.

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ASU architecture students experience 'life-changing' Roden Crater during housing-design project

Sixteen Arizona State University architecture students were tapped to provide...

Paying tribute to resilience

Arizona State University's Class of 2020 knows what it means to be resilient. They’ve had to adapt to unique circumstances, and they’ve risen to the...

ASU alum on making it in the film industry and how Hollywood is pivoting

When Eric Dachman graduated from ASU in 2013 with a bachelor's degree in marketing and a minor in film, the...

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Elijah Ramirez
ASU music students thousands of miles apart collaborate virtually

When COVID-19 forced physical distancing across the world, including at Arizona State University, Elijah Ramirez’...