Arizona State University Archives

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Indigenous communities are integral to Arizona. The Grand Canyon State has the highest percentage of Native lands in the U.S., the highest population of American Indians and the fifth highest number of federally recognized tribes. A comprehensive grant initiative is currently taking place to advance the Native narrative, promoting Indigenous literary arts and culture in Arizona and beyond. Programmed by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) in partnership with the Virginia G. Piper Center...

What’s harder than trying to find a place to eat? Trying to find a place everyone will enjoy. Three Arizona State University students are developing an app that narrows restaurant options by preferences and diets, like gluten-free or vegan. Munch Hunt will allow groups to search for the perfect place to eat. The app is still in development but is set to be released this fall.

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Elevating a humble state college in Tempe to university status – and creating the educational juggernaut we know today – ended a decades-long battle with a certain “old pueblo” to the south.

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