February 28, 2015



Students get a hands-on lesson in bilingual education

An unforgettable study-abroad trip to Costa Rica led 10 education students to take in the lush scenery and learn lessons they didn't study in class.


Low-cost counseling services available on Tempe campus

Quality low-cost counseling services are available on the Tempe campus for ASU students, faculty and staff.


ASU to welcome 13,000 students into residence halls

Both families and students may shed a few tears as they say "goodbye." But both will be starting a grand adventure as students begin moving into campus housing at ASU.


Science talk: ASU grad says there are no easy answers

ASU graduate Ellen Dupont discusses the danger of oversimplification and why science is never "just science."


Keep safety in mind as new semester begins

Arizona State University students can ensure that their semester is a safe one by heeding basic safety messages and obeying local laws.


2010-2011 light rail, bus passes on sale now

ASU U-Passes for students and ASU Platinum Passes for employees currently are on sale.


Village Voice offers fellowships at Cronkite

Village Voice Media is partnering with the Cronkite School to offer six summer fellowships in digital media for minority college journalism students.


Costa Rica aims to become bilingual nation

Student Brett Fitzgerald examines the language barrier in Costa Rica and reflects on how being bilingual will most likely affect current and future workforces.


Final thoughts on Costa Rica

As student Kinzi Hotchkiss' study abroad trip to Costa Rica comes to an end, she reflects back on the culture, people and experiences she encountered while exploring the tropical country.


ASU named one of nation’s best and greenest colleges

The Princeton Review named ASU one of the country's best institutions for undergraduate education, as well as one of the "greenest" and best in the west, in its 2011 annual college guide, "The Best 373 Colleges."

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