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Finding it hard to cope with jet lag, shift-based work? Doing some excercise can shift the human body clock and help you adjust to the... [Read More]
What happens every day at the most innovative university in the nation? This is your chance to experience Arizona State University first hand! ASU opens... [Read More]
The Waste Management Phoenix Open is a golf event like no other, known for its record-breaking crowds and raucous revelry.It's the furthest thing from the... [Read More]
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Boasting a bevy of Gila monsters, horny toads, chuckwallas and ring-tailed cats, the Buckhorn Baths Motel in Mesa, Arizona — a former iconic spring training... [Read More]
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From the rise of artificial intelligence to the future of water, Arizona State University faculty and students discussed a slew of science topics at the... [Read More]
President-Elect: Claire M. Fraser, University of Maryland School of Medicine Board of Directors: Maria M. Klawe, Harvey Mudd College; Ann Bostrom, University of... [Read More]
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Arizona State University's Francis P. McManamon has been appointed by the Secretary of the Interior to help oversee compliance with the Native American Graves Protection... [Read More]
The editor of USA Today is apologizing for an image portraying blackface that was published in the Arizona State University yearbook on her watch. ... [Read More]
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The editor, Nicole Carroll, said she did not recall the image, which appeared in the 1988-89 Arizona State University yearbook when she was its editor... [Read More]
USA Today Editor-in-Chief Nicole Carroll penned an editorial Wednesday evening apologizing for her role in approving and publishing a photo of two people wearing blackface... [Read More]
High-scoring Johnstown Tomahawks forward Carson Briére will play at Arizona State University in 2020-21, the Tomahawks announced Thursday. [Read More]
Earlier this month, dozens of reporters affiliated with USA Today started reading through hundreds of old yearbooks. A national reckoning had begun over blackface and... [Read More]
USA Today editor-in-chief Nicole Carroll apologized on Wednesday for her role in editing the 1988-89 Arizona State University yearbook, which included two images of people dressed in... [Read More]
USA Today Editor-in-Chief Nicole Carroll penned an editorial Wednesday evening apologizing for her role in approving and publishing a photo of two people wearing blackface... [Read More]
USA TODAY editor Nicole Carroll ran the Arizona State University yearbook when it published a picture of students dressed as celebrities in black makeup... [Read More]
USA Today editor Nicole Carroll has revealed that she, too, has a blackface scandal in her past when she was a yearbook editor at Arizona... [Read More]
Context: The study with Arizona State University's Office of Sex Trafficking was released four days before Friday's threat. "Our study showed... [Read More]
Arizona State University's Assistant Professor Petr Sulc of the School of Molecular Sciences and the Biodesign Institute recently collaborated with Assistant Professor Thorsten L. Schmidt... [Read More]
When you give to the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning at Arizona State University, you become a partner in the academic success of our students, the... [Read More]
The Association for the Study of Eastern Christian History and Culture (ASEC) is holding its eighth biennial conference on the Arizona State University Tempe campus... [Read More]
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