The United States was polarized, reeling from violence, its citizens protesting their leaders and questioning the very foundations of the country.

It was 1971.

Arizona State University has more than 3,000 Native American students, and a group of them has created a powerful proposal to redesign the campus to reflect their culture.

Theodore Solis, a professor in Arizona State University's School of Music, uses Latin music to teach performers and audience members how to connect music and dance.

Part of the life cycle of a library is the withdrawal of worn-out or excess materials.