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TV producer Rabih Gholam a major Devils' Advocate

Rabih Gholam is considered one of Hollywood's notable tastemakers, having created some of reality television's most memorable productions. But before he was making pop culture history as a television executive, Gholam was studying history at ASU.

The road to Paris: 9 things you can do to influence the UN climate talks

Thousands of experts will attend the UN climate summit in December, but what can ordinary citizens do from half a globe away? A climate-change advocate visited ASU to talk about what interested observers can do to contribute to the UN conference.

ASU ranks 4th in top contributors to Teach For America

Arizona State University this year moved up to top-five status among colleges and universities contributing volunteers to Teach For America, the national corps committed to expanding educational opportunity for children living in poverty.

Managing the complexities of power supply, demand

While innovations are helping to create "smarter" grids that enable utilities to better monitor, manage and adapt to changing energy flows, innovations also introduces new issues related to citizens' rights when it comes to consuming and producing power.

Sun Devils have designs on Phoenix Fashion Week

Despite the triple-digit temperatures, it really is fall. And that means pumpkin-flavored everything, trick-or-treaters getting ready, and Phoenix Fashion Week — where a former ASU student and a current faculty member are taking part.

If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, ASU's Listen(n) project will tell if it makes a sound

Listen(n) is a multi-disciplinary project to document and engage with the sounds of National Parks and reserves in the American Southwest.

ASU unites Mexican, Canadian stakeholders for new economic cooperation

The leader of the sixth-largest city in the nation did not mince words Wednesday when he stressed the economic importance of America's neighbors during an Arizona State University organized conference in Phoenix.

The pharmaceutical ethics of stunning drug-price increases

Last week in headline-grabbing news, Turing Pharmaceuticals raised the price of Daraprim from $13.50 to $750 a tablet. Offering perspective on the responsibility of drug companies is Dr. Victor Trastek of ASU's School for the Science of Health Care Delivery.

Mary Lou Fulton, educator and philanthropist, dies at 82

Mary Lou Fulton, an alumna of Arizona State University and one of its most generous supporters, died Thursday. She was 82.

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