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2022

January

Editor's note: This story originally appeared in the winter 2022 issue of ASU Thrive magazine.

For the second consecutive year, the nonprofit organization Table for Two visited Arizona State University and hosted a workshop focused on making a Japanese staple food, onigiri

Have you ever thought about the amount of single-use plastic cutlery disposed of daily on the ASU Tempe campus? How about in a semester? Or a year?

When crossing the street at Arizona State University’s Tempe campus, you may have noticed blue light poles placed along the sidewalks.

Shakira Hobbs had an idea as an engineering graduate student in 2014, and she transformed it into a globally impactful nonprofit only five years later.

The field of sustainability is continuously evolving, and Debbie Namugayi has experienced it firsthand.

Chris Howard, president of Robert Morris University and a national expert in higher education policy, will join Arizona State University as executive vice president and chief operating officer of t

2021

December

The future of farming is growing in a white shipping container on a tucked-away corner of Arizona State University’s Polytechnic campus.

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