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  • Jackalope Ranch: Geekery
    When gaggles of local geeks stroll down University Drive in Tempe on November 1 for this year's PBS Nerd Walk, many will be clad in cheery, gold-colored T-shirts adorned with a particularly...
  • Jackalope Ranch: Geekery
    If you happen to be a geek with either artistic leanings or a flair for design (or both), the people at local PBS affiliate Eight, Arizona would like to tap some of your brain power. Don't...
  • Jackalope Ranch: Fashion
    When Ayo Skeete was 10 years old, she had a make-your-own-jewelry birthday party. When she was in middle school, she made her own jewelry and sold it. In college, she began making pieces...
  • Jackalope Ranch: Fashion
    Kacie North does most of her shopping in Los Angeles boutiques. The Arizona State University business communications major thinks spending money at the mall is fine from time to time, but...
  • Jackalope Ranch: Dance
    The curtains open tonight for the Dance Graduate Choreographic Presentations, a series of performances by groups of graduate dancers from ASU's Herberger Institute for Design and the...
  • Chow Bella: Events
    The 14th annual Local to Global Justice Forum and Festival will kick off later today at Tempe's ASU campus and this year the annual event will tackle issues related to food justice. The...
  • Jackalope Ranch: Fashion
    Native New Yorker Eman Fendi always has wanted the best of the best. When it comes to anything luxury, pretty, or expensive-looking, she has to have it. Through her role as a "fashion...
  • Jackalope Ranch: Fashion
    Michelle Vilavanh just wants to make things look nice. The 23-year-old graphic designer and Arizona State University graduate is all about simplicity with a hint of pizzazz. Whether it's a...
  • Jackalope Ranch: Fashion
    Jenna Losé likes to dress up. On some days, that means wearing a lot of pink and metallics, and other days it means pairing leather or snakeskin with a pair of cute combat boots. Either...
  • Jackalope Ranch: What Are You Wearing?
    You won't find a single suit hanging on any of Andy Weed's clothing racks. To wear a matching suit and pants, the Arizona State University Design School professor says, is trying too hard....
  • Jackalope Ranch: Events
    Here's photographic evidence of another awesome weekend in Phoenix. Did we take your picture? ASU Homecoming Celebrations in Tempe, 10/19/13 Arizona State University held its annual...
  • Jackalope Ranch: Events
    Bob Beard is certain there's a nerd inside all of us. Yup, even you. There's no shame in admitting it, he says, since it's more socially acceptable than ever to be a member of the pocket...
  • Jackalope Ranch: Events
    Since being founded in 2000, design collective MK12 has been producing cutting-edge title sequence design, game cinematics, music videos, and more in both the commercial and artistic arenas....
  • Jackalope Ranch: Books
    They had us hooked as soon as we caught wind of the words "Frankenstein" and "celebration." The only problem is we'll have to wait a few years -- until the bicentennial of Mary Shelly's...
  • Calendar: Featured Events
    What is the future of truth? This is the boundless topic presented at Emerge 2013, a future-focused festival bringing together scientists, artists, humanists, and engineers “to build,...
  • Jackalope Ranch: Events
    To kick-off the New Year with an infusion of artistic flair, more than two-dozen top American choreographers and filmmakers will present their newest works at Breaking Ground 2013,...
  • Jackalope Ranch: Coming Soon
    Under the guidance of university president Michael Crow, Arizona State University has become known for its innovative projects and ever-growing number of research initiatives and...
  • Jackalope Ranch: Mural City
    It's about time Phoenix sees some serious mural love. In the interest of giving credit to their artists and because we're losing track of the times we've said, "Woah, when did that go up?",...
  • Jackalope Ranch: Fun
    It's time a take a deep breath and face reality: school is around the corner. Yep. We'll let that sink in for a second. Once you've come to terms, we've got some tips that might make the...
  • Jackalope Ranch: Visual Art
    You can't pick a bad day to go to a museum; not much beats the option to see great artwork in a cool place. But today carries extra incentive: A few of our own museums are celebrating...
  • Jackalope Ranch: Performance Art
    If renowned mushroom-picking, multidisciplinary avant-garde composer John Cage were still alive, he'd be 100 this year. If his spirit was reincarnated in another being after his death, that...
  • Jackalope Ranch: News
    The annual Undie Run is arguably one of the biggest events at Arizona State University each year. Every April, thousands of Sun Devil co-eds strip down to their unmentionables to engage in a...
  • Calendar: Featured Events
    Thomas Sherak, president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, comes to ASU Tempe's Education Lecture Hall (EDC 117) for a talk about the movie biz. Sherak, whose resume...
  • Calendar: Featured Events
    Over the past 50 years, there have been walks for just about every group of people who have seen injustice or adversity. Nerds, however, found it difficult to break out of those pesky...
  • Jackalope Ranch: Events
    Despite its frat-tastic reputation, Arizona State University is one of the nerdiest places in the Valley, hands down. (After all, students play with atoms, construct intergalactic robots,...
  • News: Features
    On a quiet morning in early January, Kathryn Milun sits at a table in the back corner of a Tempe coffee shop, hunched over a huge stack of papers. Not long ago, that stack might have held...
  • News
    A conservative pro-life organization at Arizona State University, best known for displaying 18-foot, graphic images of aborted fetuses on the campus mall last spring, is suing ASU for...
  • News: Columns
    Arizona State University failed to release crucial information related to the controversial sale of the ASU president's house when it didn't give New Times the transcript of a telephone call...
  • News: Columns
    Arizona State University officials cut an outrageous deal with insiders on the sale of the ASU president's house that appears to have shortchanged taxpayers more than a half-million dollars,...
  • News
    At a time when officials were leaving faculty positions vacant, firing secretaries and talking about raising tuition as much as $1,000 per student, top executives at Arizona State University...

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