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Yearbook portrait of Benton James

ASU archivists hoping to learn more about early African American students

The eyes grab you first. They stare at you from the black-and-white photo, soft and, it seems, inquisitive. Zoom out, and you notice the man’s appearance. Well-dressed in a suit jacket, a white dress shirt and a tie that is knotted perfectly. His hair is short. His name is Benton James and, in 1924,...

A screenshot of PolicyMap showing the median rent in Tempe for a two-bedroom apartment

Database Discovery: Mapping demographic data with PolicyMap

Do you need to find demographic or statistical data for a research paper or thesis project?  If you are searching for data about population, ethnicity, income, housing, education, marital status, and many more topics, PolicyMap is the library database for you.  Here are five things to know about P...

Bryan Newland speaking at the Labriola Center

Assistant secretary of Indian affairs visits with students at Labriola Center

On Monday, Feb. 19 Byan Newland, assistant secretary of Indian affairs at the U.S. Department of the Interior, visited Arizona State University’s Tempe campus Monday to talk with students and tour the Labriola Center. Newland spoke about the importance of Native voices being part of policy discussio...

A linocut stamp of a block and print with Book Arts Studio text in red ink

New Book Arts Studio opens at Hayden Library

ASU Library has a new book arts space for the ASU community! The new Book Arts Studio is located on the third floor of Hayden Library on the Tempe campus. This unique studio space offers a variety of materials the community can use for projects like books and printmaking. “From printmaking to crea...