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

USGD aims to increase student engagement in fight against budget cuts


In response to a $53 million cut in state funding from Arizona State University, Undergraduate Student Government Downtown has organized protests and is making student engagement a main priority for the next academic year. Read story

ASU student uses talent for DJ-ing to spread message of self-love at One Love Festival


Self love and positivity are just as important as the beats in ASU student and DJ Malcolm Brinkley’s music. Brinkley is regularly featured on Blaze Radio 1330 AM and helped organize the One Love Festival at Icehouse earlier in April. Read story

Social media manager uses 'modern PR' to make a difference in women's health


Amy Villarreal, a Walter Cronkite School graduate, is passionate about her work with the women’s health company EmpowHER, where she uses social media sites to share information and connect with women. Read story

Anderson Cooper: Dialogue is key to improving race relations


Journalist Anderson Cooper said at a discussion for ASU’s Center for the Study of Race and Democracy that race in America is still a pertinent issue, and creating dialogue among different people will get the nation closer to a better state. Read story

ASU hosts public service professionals to discuss solutions for tourism, water troubles


Activism in tourism was the topic of the College of Public Service and Community Solutions’s latest TED-talk inspired speaker series, hosted in the Cronkite theater. Read story

University presidents, Board of Regents meet with students to discuss budget cuts, tuition increases


Arizona State University is attempting to combat the effect of state budget cuts by increasing tuition and fees for a variety of students. Read story