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For most teens, the break between semesters is a relaxed time of unstructured adventure. Driving around with friends. Meeting at the mall. Lounging by the pool. 

An Arizona State University alumna has been on a decades-long mission to provide housing for people with autism, and her collaboration with ASU on a new research report will make it easier to addre

When Kathryn Sorenson was director of water services for the city of Phoenix, she was in charge of a massive infrastructure that included 7,000 miles of pipeline.

Kathryn Sorensen, immediate past director of Phoenix Water Services, has joined the ASU’s Kyl Center for Water Policy at Morrison Institute

The lack of affordable housing in Arizona is inextricably tied to education and employment, and effective solutions must address the whole picture, according to several experts who spoke Monday at

Arizona State University junior Kelli Brown has a hard time describing what she’s studying to her family over holiday breaks.

Walmart Foundation $300,000 grant aims to help reduce racial and ethnic disparities in disaster preparedness and recovery

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September 14, 2020

A pandemic, civil unrest and record heat. Could there be anything worse?

A lack of water, perhaps.

Does your neighborhood have a guaranteed water supply?

Is ocean desalination the future of drinking water?

To coincide with the 40th Anniversary of Arizona’s Groundwater Management Act, the ASU Kyl Center for Water Policy today launched an innovative, online m

The COVID-19 pandemic is having tough economic impacts on Arizonans, with fewer work hours as well as job losses and furloughs, according to a new poll by Arizona State University.

Morrison Institute and the Arizona Republic released a new poll that looks at how Arizonans perceive a variety of aspects of the coronavirus pandemic.

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