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Millennials account for nearly a third of the voting-age population in Arizona, and yet only 19 percent of the votes cast for president in 2016 were in that age group — leaving governing decisions

Twenty-five young African leaders visiting Arizona State University this summer are part of a generation that has grown up with the legacy of anti-apartheid revolutionary Nelson Mandela.

Guns — few issues evoke as much passion and raw emotion from almost all corners of society. No matter what your opinion of them is, they are a defining part of what it means to be an American.

Craig Calhoun, the world-renowned social scientist and former director and president of the London School of Economics and Political Science, has joined Arizona State University as University Profe

Benigno Canze smiles and extends his hand as a woman approaches his table at a welcome reception held June 22 at the Maricopa County Security Building ballroom in downtown Phoenix.

Valle de Sol, a Phoenix-based human services and leadership training nonprofit, awarded its 2018 Daniel R. Ortega Jr.

A book on grieving authored by ASU School of Social Work Associate Professor Joanne Cacciatore is the Gold Award winner in the 2017 Indies Book of the Year Award.

Charlene Poola says her interest in social work started with her mother.

When Elyse Kats heads off to study sustainability in northern Arizona this summer, she’ll be among the first Arizona State University students to be a Doris Duke Conservation Scholar.

The story of water in Arizona is as long and complex as the multibiomed state itself, but as it snakes its way through the years — from the Pima settling on the banks of the Gila River to Charles T

Medical and academic researchers are conducting the first major study in 20 years on firearm injuries and deaths of children and teens.

Just before Beatriz Mendoza graduated from Arizona State University a year ago, she joined her engineering classmates in figuring out where to apply for jobs.

Doctoral student Chia-Mei Hsia had a vision of connecting her native Taiwan to the United States around the theme of community development.

Three Sun Devils, who are also alumni of the Arizona State University TRIO Veterans Upward Bound program, recently received scholarship

Arizona State University is known as a university in many places — Tempe, Glendale, Mesa, Phoenix and Lake Havasu.

Dozens of online College of Public Service and Community Solutions graduates celebrated their accomplishments at a post convocation reception held at the Carson Student-Athlete complex next to Well

Roughly 80 percent of the 62,000 refugees who have come to live in Arizona since the

College was never a certainty for Frank Smith III, a first-generation college student and former foster youth.

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