Cronkite School course schedules will affect classroom availability next semester

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The Digital Radio Newsroom and Studio will no longer have unlimited access as Intermediate Broadcast Reporting and Writing, will be restructured to take advantage of the room, making the space available to others only when class is not in session. Read story

Arizona Republic photojournalist urges students to embrace industry changes

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Surviving in the journalism industry requires being able to do everything, Arizona Republic photojournalist Michael Chow said at the Walter Cronkite School’s latest Must See Mondays speakers series. Read story

Fewer ASU students buying U-Passes after price increase

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ASU’s Parking and Transit Services center has experienced a dramatic decline in U-Pass sales after almost doubling last year’s price. Read story

Dayglow comes to downtown Phoenix with two international acts in tow

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The self-professed “World’s Largest Paint Party” is coming to downtown Phoenix on Saturday, bringing with it internationally acclaimed DJ Diplo and international performer The Devil from Acapulco. Read story

Comedians to duke it out at The Duce for art-scholarship fundraiser

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Arizona-based comedians will compete Friday night for the title of “Top Comic” at The Duce in downtown Phoenix as part of an effort to help fund a college scholarship for local aspiring artists. Read story

Vacant downtown lot soon to be location of sunflower field, science project

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Valley of the Sunflowers will plant and harvest sunflowers twice a year on a two-acre vacant lot in downtown Phoenix. Read story