Mobile art program provides art education in underserved parts of Phoenix

Art4All, a program presented in collaboration with Valley Leadership and Phoenix Center for the Arts, provides art education to students in districts with small arts budgets. The program recently received a large van that was donated by Valley Metro and is used to take the classes around the city. Read story

Specialty journalism is a better philosophy for the future, editor tells students

The old philosophy of journalism may be to know a little about many things, but author, columnist and editor Jeff Selingo told students at the last Must See Monday of the year to know a lot about just one. Read story

Barrett, the Honors College joins downtown arts community with student exhibit


Barrett, the Honors College revived their first ever student art show at the 909 Cooperative for April’s Third Friday after it’s successful debut on First Friday. The show displayed student art work from three of ASU’s campuses and had several interactive stations for guests. Read story

ASU Student Nutrition Garden Club celebrates Earth Day with healthy recipes


As a precursor to Earth Day on April 22, the ASU Student Nutrition Garden Club presented two cooking demonstrations on Thursday in the Obesity Solutions kitchen of Taylor Place. They used ingredients from the campus garden located by the Nursing and Health Innovation 1 building. Read story

Journalism student creates Deaf and Hearing Network for people in deaf community


Journalism sophomore Peyton Gallovich and her sign-language teacher Dyan Sue Kovacs worked together to create the Deaf and Hearing Network, which aired its seventh episode Thursday. Read story

Tufts University professor visits ASU, delivers 'just sustainability' lecture


While many people only consider sustainability in terms of the environment, social justice and equity is actually a large and integral element of sustainable living, according to a Tufts University professor. Read story

Associated Press vice president gives advice on adapting to changes in journalism


In a world where journalism is rapidly changing in the face of new technologies and modes of access, journalists should be open and adaptable without sacrificing principles, Associated Press Vice President and Managing Editor Lou Ferrara said Monday at the Walter Cronkite School. Read story

Video: CollabX connects local jazz musicians and poets for collaborative performances


A joint venture between professors of ASU’s School of Letters and Sciences and the Herberger Institute mixed jazz artists and poets together for an impromptu evening at the Pythian Lodge in Tempe. Read story

Libreria Donceles adds Hispanic layer to downtown literary scene


Combine Studios will temporarily showcase works of Spanish literature from the New York-based bookstore Libreria Donceles downtown. Read story

Alwun House features 300 pieces of art from Phoenix Elementary School District students


Salon Des Enfants, an art exhibit at Alwun House, was created by gifted fifth through eighth grade students from Phoenix Elementary School District #1. The exhibit includes 300 pieces of children’s art. Read story