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With more than 1,000 student clubs and organizations, you’ll find a place at ASU that fits your interests. Discover stories from students who are involved on and off campus pursuing their interests or finding new passions. Whether you like to bike, hike, bake or sing, there’s a club for everyone at ASU.
Jaime Ingrisano received the 2019 Frank Harris Outstanding Government Advisor Award at the National Association of Campus Activities conference in Columbus. Find out how she has changed students’ lives at ASU.
Future pilot Daniel Pasco talked to ASU Student Life about what he loves about the ASU Polytechnic campus and what he wishes people knew about ASU student government.
The Program and Activities Board received two national recognitions at the National Association for Campus Activities National Convention.
Find out more about the ASU West campus’s Undergraduate Student Government president and what he’s been most proud of in his term.
You may have heard about the Associated Students of ASU or seen their acronym, ASASU, but you may not know what they’re all about. Here are 10 things you didn’t know about Associated Students of ASU.
Every two weeks, ASU students wheel old TVs and consoles into a classroom on the Tempe campus to play a game that was launched in 2001 on Nintendo GameCube, around the time many ASU undergraduate students were born.
ASU students participated in the Transgender Day of Remembrance Vigil held at the Downtown Phoenix Campus on Nov. 20. The vigil honored lives lost due to violence toward the trans community.
When Sun Devil Vanesa Contreras Rodriguez moved with her family to the Phoenix area when she was 5, she struggled to learn English as a kindergartner. But her family encouraged her academically, and now she's passing that support on to others.
For the spectators at ASU’s Homecoming parade and festivities, a sea of maroon and gold preceded a Sun Devil victory over the Utah Utes and capped off a week of celebrations across the university. What most parade-watchers may not know is how much work goes into the floats and which student groups make them possible.
What does it take to book a national headlining band and bring a concert to a university? ASU’s Programming and ACtivities Board and Undergraduate Student Government take us behind the scenes of the 2018 Infernofest, when Foster the People performed on the Tempe campus.
Find out everything students need to know in order to vote in the 2018 midterm election, including where and how to vote and what you need to bring to the polls.
Fall Pride Week 2018 at ASU will feature celebrations of National Coming Out Day, Latino Pride, the Rainbows Festival in Phoenix and more LGBTQ resources and festivities.
To combat low voter turnout among young people, student groups collaborated for National Voter Registration Day to work toward a more civically engaged student body.
Writing their own arrangements, competing in national competitions and releasing albums. No, this isn’t “Pitch Perfect.” It’s ASU a cappella.
Student life spoke with the incoming student presidents for each campus and the Graduate and Professional Student Association. Find out what they're planning to bring to ASU this year.
I Am That Girl: ASU, a worldwide women empowerment organization, gives ASU women a chance to dive into who they are and what it means to be “that girl”.
Relive the tenth annual Devil DanceSport Invitational ballroom dancing competition that took place November 11, 2017.
Learn more about Tasha Snider, the USG President at West, and the new wellness vending machines she’s implementing.
Learn about the sustainability and sexual well-being programs USG Tempe President Brittany Benedict is implementing.
Get to know USG Poly president, Julia Anderson, and how she’s working with USG and students to create an inclusive environment for all.
Learn more about GPSA and how GPSA president Samantha Hernandez is working with all four campuses to increase inclusion for graduate students.
Learn more about Downtown Phoenix USG President Jackson Dangremond and the policies and services he’s implementing on the Downtown campus.
The new Student Pavilion on Arizona State University’s Tempe campus provides meeting and performance space for student-led initiatives.