Construction on Hsin, the Chinese restaurant located on the first floor of Taylor Place, was meant to be completed by August, but a conflict regarding Maroon and Gold Dollars will keep doors closed until at least October, said Ben Juang, owner of Hsin.
The beginning of the fall semester marks a new period for the College of Nursing and Health Innovation as the school’s second building opens its doors just in time to accommodate new programs.
President Barack Obama spoke on May 13 to ASU’s 2009 graduating class about the importance of continuing to develop their body of work.
Hsin, a Chinese restaurant located on First Street on the first floor of Taylor Place, is currently going through tenant improvements but is expected to open in early August, said Marc Striker, owner of Frontier Commercial, the project’s coordinator.
Four positions within the Residential Hall Association’s Executive Board at Taylor Place were left vacant at an election held on Monday for the upcoming academic year, after elections were postponed last week to increase student participation.
Results from the ASASUD Student Government Election were announced Monday, declaring journalism freshmen Tania Mendes and Beth Wischnia president and vice president (respectively) of the Downtown campus.
Meet the 2009-2010 ASASUD presidential candidates.
Appropriately themed "Action, Advocacy and Arts," the fourth annual Urban Gallery Exhibition held at the University Center on ASU's Downtown campus featured approximately 30 nonprofit organizations.
The four candidates running for president of ASASUD debated Friday night at the Cronkite building in an event hosted by The Downtown Devil. Look for a full video of the debate Saturday evening.
Art, music, dancing, photographs and much more will adorn University Center and the Downtown campus on Friday at the fourth annual Urban Gallery Exhibition.