On Dec. 28, the New York Times reported on responses to the World Meteorological Organization’s announcement that Death Valley, Calif. now holds the record for the world’s hottest temperature.
Despite our rapid technological advancements, for the sake of our interpersonal relationships, we can learn valuable lessons from the Amish, says ASU's Jamey Westmore.
An article in The Wall Street Journal about the manner in which New York state family law treats professional licenses and degrees as part of community property in divorce actions included comments by professor Ira Ellman.
Disguises will be the next big thing, until they're outlawed, of course, according to ASU's Dan Gillmor.
Climate scientists say temperature changes and shifts in species ranges and moisture will have major effects on natural ecosystems, especially watersheds.
An NSF-funded collaboration between ASU's Center for Indian Education and the Fort Mojave Tribe is featured in International Innovation.
Paul Bender, professor and dean emeritus at the College of Law, was quoted in an article titled, "State Bar investigates Attorney General Tom Horne," in The Arizona Republic on Dec. 3.
Toys from our childhood can stir powerful memories and emotionally reconnect us to times, places and people that are long gone.
The stress of finals week melted away when honors students got a visit from specially trained comfort dogs.
Jane E. Buikstra discusses bioarchaeology or the methods of physical anthropology, in a New York Times article.
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