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Troy Hill expects to graduate in May 2022 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a minor in film production. Hill, who works for the ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation, is working for the Phoenix news bureau.
Amid global climate change and a chronic shortage of affordable housing, local construction companies and nonprofits are taking innovative steps to make homes more energy efficient and sustainable.
The Tempe streetcar is the latest of several expansions to the Valley Metro transit network meant to add options for people without a personal vehicle.
The 200 guests at a new Phoenix homeless shelter at 28th and Washington streets receive a dedicated bed with no limit on how long they stay.
A team of Northern Arizona University engineering students and professors has created a sensor that connects to a bicycle to detect dips and jolts in pathways.
“Forever Home” is Sean Oliver’s first feature-length narrative film, a haunted-house movie he co-wrote and co-produced with a friend during the pandemic.
There’s another group that returned as well—the workers, such as actors, vendors and craftspeople, most of whom rely on Renaissance festivals as their main source of income throughout the year.
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