Working as part of the Barrett SWAT Team, a student organization at ASU, students Brett Nachman and Mirelle Wright assist transfer students new to Barrett, the Honors College.
Fifty ASU students on spring break head to the Northwest in an annual trek to meet working professionals and envision their own careers in the world of design.
The School of International Letters and Cultures has extended application deadlines for its most popular programs.
ASU's student chapter of Engineers Without Borders has won a national award for its project to help a community in rural Kenya develop sustainable water resources.
The Dust Devils have been accepted to NASA's MicroGravity program, where they will fly a scientific experiment to answer questions about how galaxies are formed.
ASU asked several graduates with liberal arts degrees to describe their career experiences and the choices they have made. Would they do anything differently in preparing for a career?
It's a myth that if you are a liberal arts major in college, you are destined for a lifetime of low-wage jobs and limited mobility, according to a recent report from the Association of American Colleges and Universities.
Eleven-year-old Trinity got the chance to go to college and meet ASU students at the second annual ASU Dance Marathon.
Students in Barrett, the Honors College at ASU are exploring the arts in a new course called "Metro Museums, Musicals and Movement," taught at the Downtown Phoenix campus.
ASU global studies major and Gilman Scholar Kamra Sadia Hakim finds career opportunities while studying abroad in the United Arab Emirates.
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