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2020

May

The Arizona State University Sun Devil Marching Band, School of Music and Sun Devil Athletics banded together to create a virtual performance of the fight song to show support and build encourageme

Sixteen Arizona State University architecture students were tapped to provide design work around one of the most important large-scale artworks in the world — Roden Crater, the

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Arizona State University's Class of 2020 knows what it means to be resilient.

Every student in Barrett, the Honors College at Arizona State University is talented and special in their own way.

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A globalized world requires global citizens, and Arizona State University's Center for Asian Research has been at the forefront of preparing students fo

Suren Jayasuriya, an Arizona State University professor jointly appointed with the School of A

When Eric Dachman graduated from ASU in 2013 with a bachelor's degree in marketing and a minor in film, the Scottsdale, Arizona, native already knew he wanted to move to Los Angeles to work i

ASU’s costume shop may be closed, but its staff and students are still hard at work — making masks instead of costumes. 

One day last July, Ariane Middel and two other Arizona State University researchers headed west on Interstate 10.

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Seven Arizona State University artists will showcase new works as part of ASU Gammage’s Digital Connections Facebook live series on Wednesday, May 6. 

This weekend, you can sit back with your popcorn at home and enjoy two nights of original film and media, as Arizona State University's School of Film, Dance and Theatre’s annual Spring Senio

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On March 24, Arizona State University’s annual Social Embeddedness Network Conference was hosted virtually for the first time, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.