Downtown Devil launched the publication’s first ever internship program in collaboration with Bioscience High School. Ruby Ramirez, a Bioscience High senior, is Downtown Devil’s inaugural editorial intern. The internship will last through May 2014. Read story
The Downtown Devil is excited to announce a change in its leadership structure, one that will more closely mirror that of major professional news organizations while maintaining its unique collaborative nature. Read story
Downtown is Phoenix’s greatest hidden gem. This statement seems ridiculous to say, but it’s the best way I can describe it. It’s almost embarrassing though, calling the downtown of the sixth largest city in the country a hidden gem. Read story
Today’s earlier editorial, “Editorial: Better of Downtown,” has been misconstrued as bitter, immature and disrespectful. None of that was our intention, and I apologize for any who were offended and felt that the critique became personal. Read story
We got our hands on State Press Magazine’s Best of ASU last night, and after flipping through roughly 40 pages of non-Best-of content, we happened upon the Best of Downtown section. This spread was particularly interesting to us, an embedded, hyperlocal publication that exclusively serves the downtown community. Read story
Over the course of the past two weeks, the Downtown Devil faced an unpleasant truth about operating an all-online news publication: Some men just want to watch the world burn. I like to think this hacking business is just the sad irony of life online. Read story
Each semester, winds of change bring new students to the Downtown campus, and each year downtown Phoenix sees itself shift as new businesses, residents and opportunities take root. For the Downtown Devil, the beginning of the semester — and new calendar year — marks a change in leadership and a wealth of opportunity. Read story
After four years, it’s finally time to grow up a little bit and move on with my life — and time to say goodbye to Phoenix for good. Despite my misgivings when I moved here, this place grew on me. So thanks, Phoenix, for helping those of us who graduated this year explore and discover who we are and who we want to become. Read story
What happens when a neighborhood institution disappears? Following last week’s announcement that the Urban Grocery and Wine Bar in the Phoenix Public Market will be closing its doors, the community is left searching for answers to important questions of why, how, and what now? Read story
Saying goodbye to someone you care about is never easy.
Moving on without that person is even harder.
This semester, many of us at the Downtown campus will have to do just that.
Two weeks ago, as most students were Read story