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Through the eyes of animals

We share the world with them, but do we really know what it's like to be an animal? Ron Broglio explores the limits of human understanding of the animal world.

Haiti: The art of recovery

How are Haitians coping one year after the earthquake? In a recent trip to Haiti, two ASU professors discovered how art plays an important role in their lives.

Jazzy circumnavigator

Steve Limpert is an ASU student who plays the trumpet and studies electrical engineering. As a recipient of the Circumnavigator's Club Award, he will travel to 6 countries to research organic solar cells.

Students design LightWorks lab

Architecture graduate students discuss how they incorporate light and landscape into designing a lab for researchers studying light and the environment.

Wooden illusions

Is it a book covered by a veil? A stack of plates just about to topple over? Look closer. Tom Eckert's wooden sculptures fool the eye and dazzle the mind. Here he talks about his art, his techniques and his teaching.

Soundscape: Death Valley Cycle 2

Richard Lerman recorded Death Valley Cycle 2, a sound/video installation, to mark eight years of living with cancer.

Musical anatomy: the organ

Music Professor Kimberly Marshall performs and talks about the organ, an instrument with a large body of work and a long history.

Honors thesis meets metal

Julie Mikelson decided to forgo the traditional honors thesis paper. Instead she showcased her metalworking talent through a gallery exhibit of her jewelry.

Capturing change (3)

Nadia Sablin tells the story of home foreclosures on a personal level through photography as part of the Phoenix Transect project.

Capturing change (2)

What does water mean to the people who live in Phoenix? Edgar Cardenas explores this question through photos as part of the Phoenix Transect project.

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