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ASU students: Got a good idea? Read this story

Two contests sponsored by the Center for Entrepreneurship are asking students to submit their innovative ideas for chances to win funding to make the dream become reality.

ASU partners with Phoenix Police, Maricopa County to help families of missing persons

Officials estimate that more than 600,000 people are reported missing nationwide every year — a statistic that inspired ASU lecturer Robbin Brooks to begin a collaboration to stage Missing in Arizona, an event to connect people with resources to find loved ones.

A new view of the classic 'Streetcar'

ASU's School of Film, Dance and Theatre prepares a different vision of Tennessee Williams' "A Streetcar Named Desire" by incorporating a unique set and lighting designs.

White House recognizes ASU’s outreach efforts

The White House honored Arizona State University's Access ASU initiative for its efforts to help Hispanics prepare for college.

Eco awakening: Alumna leads sustainability efforts in the Big Apple

Jessica Schreiber is helping lead recycling efforts in America's biggest city — a big leap from never having heard of recycling when she first arrived at ASU.

ASU lecturer presenting solutions for costly college texts

Digital textbooks are portable, easily searchable, sustainable and less expensive than printed versions. ASU's Matt McCarthy explains why they aren't being more widely adopted in higher education, and what can be done to lower textbook prices.

ASU uses digital storytelling to grapple with science and society

Researchers at Arizona State University have received a four-year, $3 million grant from the National Science Foundation to use the interactive, engaging nature of digital narrative to invite deeper conversations about questions of scientific creativity and responsibility.

Of dreams referred: 'Holding it Down' mixes veterans' war stories with music, poetry

“Holding it Down: The Veterans' Dream Project” is a multimedia performance that combines music with the spoken-word poetry/testimonials of minority veterans. It will play Saturday evening at ASU Gammage.

ASU graduate Kathy Peach turns honors thesis into children's book

Kathy Peach, a 2014 graduate of ASU, wrote a children's book for her honors thesis project. The book, "The Tiniest Tumbleweed," will be in bookstores in January.