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“At least the play was good,” Mrs. Lincoln never said.

“I've always wanted to visit Europe,” said no one on D-Day.

“We get to swim!” said nobody on the Titanic.

When it comes to artistic endeavors, whether they be music, painting, dancing, writing or something else, many people give up before they get the chance to really try.

When the COVID-19 pandemic canceled in-person gatherings indefinitely, it became clear to the faculty at Arizona State University's Hugh Downs School o

According to data collected by a team of Arizona State University researchers, students struggle to balance the safety of vulnerable family members with the need for peer connection.

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ASU faculty and graduate students in Arizona State University's Hugh Downs School of Human Communication received numerous awards and recognition a

Editor’s note: This story is being highlighted in ASU Now’s year in review. 

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Rafael Campo had a hard time being taken seriously during his time at Harvard Medical School in the 1980s. In addition to pursuing a career as a physician, he was also a poet.

When Arizona State University alumni reflect on their Sun Devil stories, they often remember the influential courses they took from The Coll

Sarah Amira de la Garza, associate professor of intercultural communication and performance studies and Southwest Bo

Throughout his career, Neil Giuliano, an alumnus of The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University, has worn many hats.

Daniel Brouwer, associate professor of rhetorical studies at Arizona State University's 

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