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Student Perspective

Student Perspective is a four-part podcast series where we sit down with four different students based on the Downtown Phoenix Campus at ASU and ask them what their thoughts are about the campus’ current features and its future. 21 more words

Student Perspective

Part IV: Danielle Baker

College of Health Solutions’ Danielle Baker talks with Brianna Moore about the Downtown Phoenix campus and how she believes the food options could be better.

Student Perspective

Part III: Rachel Baumgartner

Rachel Baumgartner, student in the College of Public Service and Community Solutions and recruitment officer for Barrett, the Honors College, tells Ellanna Koontz it is important for students to give back to the community moving forward in the next 10 years.

Student Perspective

Part II: Lauren Hornberger & Nicole Hernandez

A discussion with Lauren Hornberger and Nicole Hernandez, students at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, along with Victoria Grijalva, focusing on Arizona State University’s Downtown Phoenix campus as it reaches its 10th anniversary.

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Part I: Jimmy Arwood

Sloane McGowan sits down with Undergraduate Student Government Vice President of Policy Elect, Jimmy Arwood, as they discuss life on Arizona State University’s Downtown Phoenix campus 10 years after its opening, and his vision for the future.

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Inspiring Entrepreneurs at ASIJ's First Engage Forum

ASIJ hosted its first Engage Forum from April 8-10, which saw young entrepreneurs and students from Taipei American School and Singapore American School join our students for the weekend to work together, learn what it takes to be a young entrepreneur and find the inspiration to achieve personal success. 992 more words

High School

Tohoku Service Trips and Virtual Classrooms

With the start of the new Japanese school year, the Middle School Student Service Leadership Team (MSSSLT) members held their first Tohoku Virtual English Class with the new sixth graders at Ikawa Elementary School in Ofunato City, Iwate Prefecture. 487 more words

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