Business journalists discuss specializations in the job market at Must See Mondays event


Business journalism took center stage at a Must See Mondays series panel on finding a specialization and standing out in a competitive journalism job market. Read story

Focus. Flash. Phoenix: Thirsty man


It’s hard to imagine having such a physically demanding job that lasts through the unbearable Phoenix heat. I was able to capture a brief moment of a workingman’s relaxation and water break. Read story

Devilishly Healthy: How to stay healthy after you graduate


With graduation nearing, many graduates might find that their healthy routines are in jeopardy. This week’s Devilishly Healthy focuses on how to stay healthy after leaving college. Read story

USA Today media columnist speaks at Must See Mondays


USA Today columnist and editor at large Rem Rieder shared his views on the Brian Williams scandal and tips for aspiring columnists during his appearance at the Cronkite School’s Must See Mondays speaker series. Read story

Neighborhood Stakeholder Summit aims to bring community closer


A variety of Phoenix community leaders and Mayor Greg Stanton gathered at the A.E. England building Saturday to discuss ways to bring members of the community together and increase civic participation. Read story

Devilishly Healthy: April showers just bring super bad allergies this year


With the unusual weather patterns this year and Spring arriving so quickly, many people are finding their allergies acting up more than usual. Health columnist Wafa Shaid reccomends Staying hydrated, taking multivitamins and getting daily exercise to keep immune systems strong. Read story

Fady Joudah poetry reading emphasizes humanity, displacement


Doctor, translator and award-winning poet Fady Joudah read his poetry and shared stories about his global experiences in medicine and the humanities Wednesday night at the Phoenix Art Museum. The event was put on by the University of Arizona’s Poetry Center. Read story

LGBTQ research collaborative InQUEERy holds a workshop on non-binary views on gender


LGBTQ research collaborative InQUEERy’s second meeting of the year focused on educating people on a non-binary view of gender. Read story

Devilishly Healthy: A Q&A with a fitness guru


In this week’s Devilishly Healthy, columnist Wafa Shahid interviews Solomon Levin-Sanders, a fitness guru and community assistant at Taylor Place. He is is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in exercise and wellness with a minor in nutrition. Read story

ASU's #NoFilter event encourages discussion of issues in the black community


#NoFilter, an ASU event aimed to encourage dialogue about issues that affect the black community, offered an anonymous platform for participants to voice their opinions at the student center Wednesday. Read story