PHOENIX – El College Tour en Español fue estrenado en el ASU West Campus honrando a los estudiantes que fueron los primeros en su familia en recibir una educación universitaria.
World-class facilities, education attract elite international women’s soccer players to ASU despite ‘insane’ heat
TEMPE – Despite the recent growth of women’s soccer around the world, many elite international players still choose to come to ASU, in some cases foregoing the chance to turn professional. What attracts them to ASU?
Strength, stamina and suds: Tempe Brewery embraces Bavarian tradition of steinholding for Oktoberfest
TEMPE – Oktoberfest rolls in, bars around Arizona are bringing in the Bavarian tradition of steinholding to celebrate the occasion. The sport is not only growing in Arizona but around the United States.
PHOENIX - The Arizona Cardinals show support for girls flag football at the Nike Kickoff Classic where Mountain Pointe and Mountain View compete in their first AIA-sanctioned flag football game of the season.
PHOENIX – Village Planning Committees give residents input on zoning but many members have ties to real estate interests, an analysis found.
TUCSON – The March of DImes Mom and Baby Unit isn’t a standard health care clinic, it’s a bright purple recreational vehicle. Inside are two small exam rooms, and a friendly staff prepared to help the city’s vulnerable residents with free maternity and basic health care.
PHOENIX – The CROWN Act, banning hair-based discrimination in the workplace, was enacted in Tempe and Tucson in 2021. Gov. Katie Hobbs’ executive order extends those protections to state workers. She hopes the order inspires similar legislation “across the board.”
Astronaut and artist Sian Proctor is headlining Space2Inspire this weekend at Arizona State University as part of ASU’s Black History Month celebration.
PHOENIX – Arizona State University lacrosse has seen immense change since its trip to the 2022 Pac-12 championship game. The team looks to use new players and new coaches to its advantage in the upcoming season.
WASHINGTON - Pentagon spending in Arizona fell sharply in fiscal 2021, part of an overall decline in expenditures nationally that bumped the state from seventh place among states to 13th, Pentagon data shows, but experts say the industry remains strong in the state.
TEMPE – Xavier Prep swimmer Genevieve George is returning to form after missing virtually all of her freshman season because of a rare condition. She was diagnosed with MALS, which required her to practice and compete with a feeding tube inserted into her stomach.
KAYENTA – Protect the Sacred is a grassroots effort to find new and creative ways to engage with young Indigenous voters. Earlier this year, the group skateboarded to the polls for the primary election, and recently they gathered in Kayenta to ride horses to the polls ahead of Nov. 8.