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Artist John Daso exhibits his work titled Big Meetin at his exhibit

'The Gifts of Daso' exhibit reveals African American history, art, culture

A new art exhibit opening as a special engagement at ASU depicts the richness of culture in the 20th century American South through the eyes of acclaimed folk artist John Daso.

Velma Trayham, CEO of ThinkZILLA Counsulting Group, is a speaker at the Black Changemaker series

ASU, State of Black Arizona to host 3rd installment of series

A collaboration between ASU and local organizations and sponsors, the Black Changemaker Series has helped bring nationally recognized speakers and programming to Arizona.

ASU Family is hosting a free meal for ASU students on Thanksgiving.

 

ASU Family hosts annual free Thanksgiving meal for Sun Devils

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and ASU Family is hosting a free meal for students who are planning to spend the holiday on campus.

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Rachel Holp

ASU swimmer advocates for mental health awareness and support

Taking care of your mental health is as important as resting when you’re sick or putting a Band-Aid on a scrape on your arm. 

The college experience presents everyone with various stresses, but student athletes often feel an extra weight on their mental health from their incredibly demanding schedule.

Rachael Holp, a kinesiology major and swimmer in her senior year, knows this as well as anyone, which is why she advocates for mental health awareness in college athletics through her involvement in Devils 4 Devils and IfYoureReadingThis, which she started at ASU. 

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Supporting student success K–12 to college

ASU serves as a catalyst for change, transforming Arizona's college-going culture by empowering students to invest in their future and attain a university degree. Educational Outreach and Student Services is committed to providing access to excellence for all Arizonans by helping students prepare for college and supporting them from kindergarten through to college completion.