March 02, 2015



'Is that your final answer?' Academic Bowl gets into gear

It's that time again -- when students from all over the university battle it out over trivia questions for a shot at winning the coveted ASU Academic Bowl trophy.


Students recognized for community work

The Phoenix Military Veterans Affairs Commission recognized the work of students in the School of Social Work.


Selecting a study spot

With Greek-life activities and homework keeping her busy, Chelsea has found the key to a great study session: Find a great spot.


Parking and Transit offers commuters to social media tools

Parking and Transit Services is responding to the way students and employees want to receive information while juggling a demanding university schedule.


Biweekly farmers market to resume Oct. 5 on Tempe campus

ASU is sponsoring a farmers market at the Tempe campus to promote healthy eating and sustainability among students, faculty and staff.


Teams on quest to recapture Academic Bowl glory

Students from Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering are out to reclaim the Academic Bowl title.


Asteroid exploration plan wins students prize

ASU engineering students have taken a top prize in a national aeronautics and astronautics competition for their mission plan to send astronauts to an asteroid.


Study groups pave way for building friendships

Halfway through her first semester at ASU and Priya has found that study groups with her classmates, as well as her dorm mates, is not only a huge help but a great way to make new friends.


'Cash Cab,' 'Last Comic' comedians to bring laughs to Mesa-Gilbert area

The ASU Programming and Activities Board is bringing Ben Bailey and Rachel Feinstein to perform stand-up comedy to entertain students as well as the public.


ABOR proposes university system realignment

The presidents of Arizona's three state universities have unveiled a groundbreaking plan to realign the Arizona University System into a more effective and efficient enterprise model.

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