Tag: taylor place

PHOTO: Deserted Downtown

After everything that has happened since COVID-19 began infecting countries around the world, main attraction spots in downtown Phoenix are less lively than they...

ASU to build new residential hall on Downtown campus

Arizona State University’s Downtown Phoenix campus is adding a new residential hall for students that is expected to be located just north of the...

ASU partners with Roosevelt Point for more student housing

By Sierra Bardfeld and Ariella Nardizzi Arizona State University’s growing freshman classes has led to University Housing partnering with Roosevelt Point, an apartment complex located...

ASU evaluating need for more student housing in downtown Phoenix

By Velvet Wahl and Emily Holdaway Arizona State University is considering the need for additional student housing on its Downtown Phoenix campus after relocating more...

Phoenix Rising: Bills, bills, bills

Every January, a wave of protesters and power brokers descend upon the copper dome just west of downtown Phoenix in order to shape the...

ASU plan could place LED sign facing Taylor Place dormitories, prompting concerns

An LED sign on the upcoming law-school building, part of a larger ASU signage plan, has prompted concerns that it could negatively impact students living in the downtown residence halls.

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.

Devilishly Healthy: A Q&A with a fitness guru

In this week's Devilishly Healthy, columnist Wafa Shahid interviews Solomon Levin-Sanders, a fitness guru and community assistant at Taylor Place. He is is currently pursuing a bachelor's degree in exercise and wellness with a minor in nutrition.

The ASU ‘Banksy’: Frustration leads student to paint mysterious artwork in dormitory stairwell

ASU freshman Audra Mansager wanted to express the frustration she was feeling at the time. She went to her dorm's stairwell and used red and black acrylics to paint a nude body inside a box, the words "Stick With What You Know" written underneath.

Focus. Flash. Phoenix: Reflections of laughter

It was interesting to see just her face reflected in the mirror, surrounded by a pool of black. There was so much mystery in the image, yet there was also a sense of comfort and sureness from her face staring back.