News

2021

September

As a political psychology graduate student at Arizona State University, Stephanie Cahill never envisioned a scenario in which she would be researching how to become a construction worker.

Before it was built, the Mirabella at ASU community promised not only a beautiful living space but also the opportunity to take advantage of ever

ASU Music Theatre and Opera announces a 2021–22 season that includes works selected with a focus on providing e

The number seven is often associated with good fortune, but luck had nothing to do with ASU’s latest accomplishment: For the seventh year in a row, the university is ranked No.

The ASU Art Museum is opening a new social justice exhibit on Friday in which 12 artists have created new works that explore the tragedy of mass incarceration.

ASU School of Arts, Media and Engineering Director Pavan Turaga has set a goal to empower all current and future students in the program with technofluency, a key pillar in the school’s mission sta

Arizona State University alumnus and Tempe, Arizona, native Patrick Fanning w