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Americans are often stressed out by work. And given the current global pandemic and social distancing guidelines, workers might feel added pressure in the days or weeks to come.

Hugh Downs School student received a top paper award

Editor's note: An earlier version of this article referenced a live screening of the film on the Tempe campus. That event has been postponed until the fall semester. 

Worldwide, more girls than ever before are participating in organized sport.

Complete black. Then, out of the darkness, from underneath a pile of dirt in the center of the room, emerges Fargo Tbakhi, into the light, for all to see.

When communication alumnus Keith Gould started out at Arizona State University in 1984, he didn’t know if he wanted to be a stockbroker or a doctor and began taking

More than 1,500 high school students from 17 states around the country gathered on the Tempe campus earlier this month to compete in Arizona State University's 

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A programmer at a prestigious IT company was ducking out of meetings, taking calls that didn’t exist, hiding in the bathroom, and missing responsibilities.

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall

Three faculty members of Arizona State University's Hugh Downs School of Human Communication received honors of distinction at the National Communication Associati

Many Sun Devil stories start with the first day of a student’s first year. But for Arizona State University alumna Isabel Vasquez, the journey started when she was in diapers. 

Faculty and graduate students from the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication were awarded $10,000 from the

With 23 boundary-spanning departments and schools, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University offers some of the most interdiscipl

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