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Downtown Digest: Week of 6/26-7/2

"Downtown Digest" is your new weekly preview from Downtown Devil. Here, we'll share information about community meetings, arts and culture events, and more. If you...

USGD 2017 election guide: Candidates prepare to face off

Several candidates are running for Undergraduate Student Government Downtown positions. *Indicates no information could be found about the candidate’s campaign. Senate Barrett, the Honors College • Aly Perkins Perkins’...

Promise Arizona trains young leaders to engage with Latino community

Petra Falcon, who has been fighting for immigrant rights for over 30 years, leads Promise Arizona in an attempt to mobilize the Latino community in Phoenix around the issues that involve them.

Phoenix Pride Festival 2015 brings nearly 36,000 together to celebrate LGBT community

The 35th Annual Phoenix Pride Festival had the largest crowd the festival had ever seen, with many citing Arizona's recent legalization of same-sex marriage as a direct cause of that.

Gallego: House bill to block funding for legal status executive action attacks families

U.S. Congressman Ruben Gallego criticized the recent bill proposed to deter President Obama’s immigration actions Thursday at the Sandra Day O'Connor U.S. Courthouse, saying it attacks families and politicizes a humanitarian issue.

Teenager follows passion, inspires others by feeding local homeless

Every Sunday at 5 p.m. a group of students, teachers and administers gathers at the Margaret T. Hance Park, take blue plastic buckets filled with bagged meals and split into groups. Each walks from McDowell Road to Jefferson Street passing out meals to the homeless.

Opinion: Taylor Mall for students, not for sales

Taylor Mall, the area between University Center and the Walter Cronkite School, is usually bustling on weekdays. There are students heading to and from class, people socializing and often student organizations promoting themselves.