New York Times editor encourages students to be innovative in digital storytelling


New York Times Deputy Editor for Digital Damien Cave told journalism students that the changing digital landscape makes way for other, more innovative ways of storytelling. Read story

ASU downtown English professor brings her students and poetry community together


Through teaching both her son and her students, Rosemarie Dombrowski has become one of the strongest links between ASU and the downtown community. Read story

New York Times editor: Data journalism starts with people


Sarah Cohen, editor of The New York Times’ computer-assisted reporting team, spoke to an audience at the Walter Cronkite School about misconceptions surrounding data reporting and what exactly goes into it as part of the school’s Must See Mondays speaker series. Read story

ASU Downtown Student Government spearheading Board of Regents collaboration


ASU Undergraduate Student Government Downtown is part of the new Arizona Student Government Collaborative, which combines representatives from the three major Arizona universities with the goal of representing student voices to the Arizona Board of Regents and the state Legislature. Read story

Opinion: As a Latina Cronkite School student, conference offers glimpse of real world


One former Cronkite student shares her experiences at the Excellence in Journalism conference hosted by the National Association of Hispanic Journalists in Orlando, Florida. Read story

Sun Devil Express receives additional funding, offers expanded services


ASU’s Undergraduate Student Government Downtown approved the allotment of an additional $10,000 to the Sun Devil safety trolley, which now runs a route to Safeway and offers expanded hours of service. Read story

Experts: Data spells success in public relations


Aly Saxe, CEO of Iris PR Software, identified hard data as a key to success for today’s public relations professionals while speaking to students at a Must See Mondays event at the Cronkite School. Read story

Opinion: USGD and our efforts for sexual violence prevention


ASU’s Undergraduate Student Government Downtown affirms its commitment to fighting sexual violence in an open letter to Downtown Phoenix campus students. Read story

Healthcare company partners with ASU, offers low-cost testing to downtown residents

Theranos, a healthcare-testing company, is partnering with ASU’s College of Nursing and Health Innovation to offer low-cost medical tests to downtown Phoenix residents. Read story

ASU plan could place LED sign facing Taylor Place dormitories, prompting concerns


An LED sign on the upcoming law-school building, part of a larger ASU signage plan, has prompted concerns that it could negatively impact students living in the downtown residence halls. Read story