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NY Times' Thomas Friedman speaks on 'Sustainability as Freedom' Feb. 26 at ASU Gammage

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Thomas Friedman, foreign affairs columnist for The New York Times, will speak on the topic, “Sustainability as Freedom,” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 49 more words

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Former DA Compares Eric Garner Case To 20-Year-Old Pittsburgh One

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — For the first time, a former Allegheny County District Attorney speaks out about the Eric Garner case in New York and about its similarity to a case he prosecuted here nearly 20 years ago. 411 more words


The Magnificent

I used to live in Tempe until the age of 10, often passing what I had known to be an ambiguous structure, perplexed by its grandeur and mystique. 1,085 more words

Power & The Production Of Space


There’s a little thing happening in a city near you, or up the block, or in Fanny Mae’s backyard.. It’s called Runagading™ or Terrainmaking™. What you do is stop putting your coin into a building with cardio hamster wheels and stationary strength machines providing an exercise environment with limited sources of creative energy flow and an aggressively judgemental social scene at a semi-unaffordable rate. 85 more words

Kinky Boots struts into ASU Gammage

ASU Gammage played host to the National Tour of Kinky Boots from September 16th through the 21st. The musical is based off of the 2005 British movie by the same name. 543 more words

Oh, What a [Perfect] Night!

WARNING: This post contains a great deal of fangirl excitement and gushing about Jersey Boys, along with what may come across as a fair amount of bragging; even though the intent is not to brag, but to simply share the greatest experience of my life thus far with you. 1,137 more words

Chasing Faeries

The Gammage Cup

The Gammage Cup by Carol Kendall is a book that my teacher read to my class when I was in 4th grade.  A few years ago, I found a copy at a Salvation Army for 20 cents.  544 more words

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