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ASU Undergraduate Student Government Tempe President Nikki Tran

Change the World 2019: An invitation from the ASU student body presidents

ASU's student body presidents have a special invitation to the entire Sun Devil Nation: Don't miss Change the World on March 27, 2019.

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2019 ASU fraternity and sorority presidents retreat in Prescott

New ASU fraternity and sorority presidents connect as leaders

A January retreat hosted 65 ASU fraternity and sorority presidents and other Greek life leaders. Find out how they learned to be leaders and what they hope to accomplish in their next term.

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Jaime Ingrisano in front of the Student Pavilion at ASU's Tempe campus

Changing Sun Devil lives through student government

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.

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ASU student and concussion advocate Stephanie Cahill

Psychology major uses personal experience to spread mental health, concussion awareness

ASU student Stephanie Cahill’s life changed after multiple concussions as a teenager. Now she’s spreading awareness about the effect concussions can have on people’s lives.

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ASU Polytechnic campus Undergraduate Student President Daniel Pasco

Meet your Council of Presidents: A Q&A with ASU Polytechnic’s Daniel Pasco

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.

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ASU Programming Activities Board members at the 2019 NACA conference

ASU Programming and Activities Board receives two national awards

The Program and Activities Board received two national recognitions at the National Association for Campus Activities National Convention.

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Pitchforks dining hall at ASU's Tempe campus in the Memorial Union

5 tips for eating healthy from a nutrition major

Prioritizing nutrition can be hard when you're busy, but ASU Student Life asked a nutrition major for some quick tips to make it easier.

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ASU student Rachel Wetle

Adopting ASU: Transfer student Rachel Wetle

Rachel Wetle balances parenting, statistics and working while pursuing her degree at ASU’s West campus. Find out what makes her workload manageable and where she hopes to go from ASU.

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ASU student Abbey Sewell at 2019 Tempe Open Door

Showing off snakes, fire and guitar licks: The students of ASU Open Door

Visitors got the chance to hold live snakes, play with robots and more at ASU Open Door 2019.

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TRIO Day 2019 celebration at ASU

TRIO Day brings together ASU scholars to pay it forward

At TRIO Day 2019, nearly 300 TRIO program participants celebrated their success and paid it forward.

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Black History Month 2019 music exhibit at ASU Downtown Phoenix campus

Music exhibit featuring black artists celebrates healthy relationships

On Feb. 18, the Black History Month Committee and the Office of Sexual Violence Prevention collaborated to host a music exhibit on the ASU Downtown Phoenix campus to encourage healthy sexuality.

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ASU forensic psychology student Sarah Selman

Adopting ASU: Transfer student Sarah Selman

ASU junior Sarah Selman is a long way from her small-town home in Kansas, population 7,000. But she found another community when she transferred to ASU’s West campus in the fall of 2018 to pursue a degree in forensic psychology.

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ASU junior Tammy Tran

Investing 101: Tips for beginners from a finance major

Having your money make you more money sounds nice, but investing seems intimidating and risky to those who haven’t done it before. Junior Tammy Tran has tips for Sun Devils who are interested in building on their financial literacy.

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ASU seniors Madison Sutton and Sonia Sabrowsky

ASU seniors take evidence-based suicide prevention to adolescents

After they lost a friend to suicide in high school, two ASU seniors turned their grief into action by forming an organization dedicated to preventing suicide among young people.

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USG President of ASU's West campus Alexander Sojourney

Meet your Council of Presidents: A Q&A with ASU West’s Alexander Sojourney

Find out more about the ASU West campus’s Undergraduate Student Government president and what he’s been most proud of in his term.

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ASU engineering student Brittany Tews onstage with a guitar

Battle of the Bands wrapup: Who is opening for Galantis at Devilpalooza?

The winner of Spring Fest Battle of the Bands will open for Galantis at Devilpalooza on Feb. 16.

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Red flags in the grass of the Student Services lawn at the ASU Tempe campus

Red Flag Campaign urges students to speak out about warning signs in relationship violence

ASU campuses hosted the Red Flag Campaign in February to raise awareness of the red flags you may see in unhealthy relationships.

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ASU nursing seniors Gianna Lapaglia and Amanda Valente at the 2019 One More Step Recovery Walk

One More Step Recovery Walk highlights resources for recovery and addiction

Students celebrated recovery from addiction and spread the word about resources and how to fight stigmas at ASU’s 2019 One More Step Recovery Walk on Feb. 9.

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2019 ASU Black History Month vigil at Old Main

What Black History Month means to ASU students

Arizona State University students, faculty and staff are coming together to celebrate black culture in February.

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ASU's Council of Presidents, the student body presidents of the Tempe, Polytechnic, Downtown, West and graduate student organization

10 things you didn’t know about Associated Students of ASU

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.

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ASU student Asha Ramakumar at the Phoenix Art Museum

Sun Devil advocates for women’s health worldwide

ASU junior Asha Ramakumar is working with students to understand and advocate for women’s health care in the developed and developing world.

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ASU student Zoe Isaac

How do ASU students change the world?

ASU students effect change through volunteering, building cultural bridges, expanding access to education and more. How are you changing the world?

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ASU students at the Vista del Sol golden dome hand out food with Borderlands Produce Rescue

ASU students rescue produce and feed their community

ASU Changemaker Central student volunteers participated in a Borderlands Produce Rescue event on Jan. 19, diverting food from landfills and feeding community members fresh vegetables and fruits.

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ASU W. P. Carey student Jasmine Donovan at the Nestle Skin Health offices in Fort Worth, Texas

Sun Devils at Work: Supply chain major on her internship in the skin care industry and overcoming shyness

Jasmine Donovan is a junior studying supply chain management and business communications at the W. P. Carey School of Business. Find out how she found internships in the chemical industry and what she's learned along the way.

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Students give the forks up sign at a basketball game at Wells Fargo Arena

Cheer on the Sun Devils as they take no pity on the kitty this week

The Sun Devils will are taking on the Wildcats in the anticipated rivalry games of the basketball season.

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International student strives to create a world where everyone cares for others

ASU senior Alpha Ngwenya is a first-generation student from Zimbabwe, and he’s determined to create a world where everyone cares about the problems of others.

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ASU students in Tempe talk about Stalking Awareness Month 2019

It’s Stalking Awareness Month: Know it, name it, stop it

ASU students are raising awareness about stalking and unhealthy relationships during Stalking Awareness Month 2019.

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ASU W. P. Carey junior John Remy

Sun Devils at Work: W. P. Carey junior uses networking to find internship success

John Remy is a junior studying finance and economics with a minor in personal health at ASU’s Tempe campus. After meeting a recruiter at a student organization meeting, he landed an internship in finance. Learn more about his internship last summer and his plans for his next internship here.

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ASU junior Lincoln Augustine

A long immigration journey led this Sun Devil from Haiti to ASU

ASU junior Lincoln Augustine immigrated to the United States by himself as a teenager. His long journey from a childhood in Haiti led him to ASU, where he’s now spreading wellness resources to fellow students.

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ASU student Tyler Brown with Free Hugs Project's Ken Nwadike Jr.

Change the World event to celebrate and showcase ASU student innovation

The Change the World event on March 27, 2019, at Sun Devil Stadium will be an unprecedented celebration of ASU student innovation.

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ASU students color to relax

7 easy ways to keep your self-care resolutions in 2019

When life gets hectic, self-care is usually the first thing to go. Find out how ASU students recommend prioritizing self-care in 2019.

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ASU international students pose in a photobooth for the 2019 orientation carnival

International students welcome new Sun Devils at spring orientation

Arizona State University welcomed students from all over the world at the start of the spring 2019 semester.

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Josey Jagelski pointing at an Anheuser-Busch logo

Sun Devils at Work: Making the most of Anheuser-Busch internship led to full-time job

Josey Jagelski is a senior graduating this spring with degrees in supply chain management and business data analytics from the W. P. Carey School of Business at ASU. Last summer, she interned with Anheuser-Busch and she’ll be working full-time with them after graduation.

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Rutva Gupta, ASU Thunderbird school graduate

Thunderbird grad always had a global perspective

Originally from Vadodara, India, ASU graduate Rutva Gupta learned to value education and cultural adaptability from her parents. Find out what she took away from her time at the Thunderbird School of Global Management and where she hopes to go from here.

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ASU students talk about healthy relationships on the Tempe campus

Sun Devils give peer-to-peer support for survivors of sexual violence

Find out how a group of ASU students are offering peer-to-peer support for survivors of sexual assault.

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OPhiA at Dress for Success, their community-at-large service project

Omega Phi Alpha: A look inside an ASU service sorority

ASU’s service sorority, Omega Phi Alpha, offers Sun Devils the chance to make a positive impact on the community and find sisterhood all at the same time.

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Sun Devils changing the world: "Shero" documentary

Senior filmmaking practices major Chloe Burbank is highlighting everyday women heroes in her senior capstone documentary "Shero."

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