ASU's Week in Pictures
Newly wrapped intercampus shuttle buses pick up students in front of Best Hall on the Tempe campus. The shuttle routes have been renamed Maroon (West-Downtown Phoenix campuses) and Gold (Polytechnic campus). Only the name has changed; the time schedules and stop locations remain the same.
For more information, visit: https://asunews.asu.edu/20130107_newshuttlenames.
Construction continues on the Sun Devil Fitness Complex at the Downtown Phoenix campus. The five-story facility, due for completion later this year, is a community collaboration in partnership with the YMCA. When finished, it will include a large gymnasium, a weight room, an indoor track, student lounge, bike co-op, locker rooms and a rooftop pool.Tom Story
Alexa Emmons, a junior health science pre-professional major, was first in line to donate blood on Jan. 11, as part of the ASU Programming and Activities Board drive. The United Blood Services Bloodmobile was parked next to Taylor Place on ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus to make it convenient for students to participate.Tom Story
Freshman speech and hearing major Megan Moore found the Scoular Study Lounge in the Memorial Union a cozy place to study between classes.Tom Story
Freshman business and global politics major Madison Bei shops for produce at the first Farmers Market of the spring semester. For more information on upcoming markets visit: https://students.asu.edu/farmersmarket.Tom Story
NCAA champion shot putter Jordan Clarke chalks up during a practice session at Sun Angel Track as he prepares to defend both his 2012 Indoor and Outdoor titles this spring.Tom Story
Engineering students Gerald Haywood and Kinjal Ahir work their way through their calculus assignment in the Engineering Student Center on ASU's Tempe campus. Haywood is studying electrical engineering and Ahir is majoring in biomedical engineering.Tom Story
Professor Kevin Sandler (left) starts off the Q&A session with actor Dave Franco (center) and director Jonathan Levine about their new film "Warm Bodies" during a visit to ASU's Tempe campus.Tom Story
David Goodwin, (right), watches as teammate Cynthia Chen arranges their team's entry in The Design School's fifth annual Interdisciplinary Cluster Project for 2013: 35 Ideas for the Next 35 Years for the renovation of the Arizona Museum for Youth in downtown Mesa. Faculty from The Design School judged the 35 student team design entries, narrowing the finalists to seven. To learn more visit: https://asunews.asu.edu/20130115_designrenovationcompetion.Tom Story
Juniors from The Design School's five design disciplines - architecture, landscape architecture, visual communications, interior and urban design - formed interdisciplinary teams that, in 10 days, each developed ideas that ranged from revamping the Arizona Museum for Youth's nondescript exterior, to moveable interior panels, to an outdoor atrium for gardening, workshops and discovery areas. The entries are on display in the Design South gallery.Tom Story
Red Square was packed with students and faculty from The Design School who watched as the seven finalists presented their plans to a panel of judges who chose Team 5, "Interactome," as this year's Cluster Project winner.Tom Story