Panelists discuss importance of affordable higher education at NYT Talk on Education


Access to affordable education is something everyone in the United States should have, according to panelists discussing higher education and its funding Thursday at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Read story

Burn expert: Experimental new skin-spray treatment 'a game-changer' in healing burns


ReCell, a new burn treatment, was the subject of the University of Arizona College of Medicine’s weekly Mini Med School 3.0 event. Read story

'It’s not luck, it’s perseverance': Local broadcasters discuss success in reporting


The Cronkite School’s first Must See Mondays event of the academic year featured a panel of women discussing their experiences as journalists. Read story

USGD meeting hones in on ASU transportation and enhancing students' athletic experiences


The Undergraduate Student Government Downtown’s meeting on Friday focused on enhancing athletic experiences for downtown students, as well as monitoring the riders on the downtown trolley. Read story

ASU Downtown campus shuttle now takes students to the supermarket


A new Sunday afternoon route for the ASU Downtown campus shuttle service is intended to provide students better access to groceries and more opportunity to explore the downtown area. Read story

A new park opens up between Valley Youth Theatre and ASU's Taylor Place dormitories


The Space Between is a new temporary park between the Valley Youth Theatre and ASU’s Taylor Place dormitories near Fillmore Street between First and Second streets. It has taken the city nearly two years to create the pop-up park. Read story

ASU organization works to create a community for Native American students downtown


A student organization works to create a community for the growing number of Native American students on the downtown campus. Read story

Construction of ASU's law school is expected to bring $1.7 million in tax revenue, 1,000 jobs


The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law’s relocation to downtown Phoenix is expected to create $1.7 million in tax revenue and 1,000 construction jobs, a city official said earlier this week. Read story

Campus police say bike thefts dropped significantly in the Spring 2015 semester


Only three bike thefts have been reported to ASU Police so far in 2015. Although only halfway through the year, this is on track to be fewer than the 41 reported bike thefts in 2014. Read story

USGD survey requests student feedback for new around-campus golf cart transit option


USGD may implement a new student transit service to replace the trolley system in the upcoming school year. Students can voice their opinions about their decision in a survey. Read story