Noah Kutz

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Rockin’ & rollin’ for a cause: Helping kids beat the battle against cancer

By Noah Kutz Editor’s note: As if Noah doesn’t have enough to stay busy while he’s pursuing degrees in Global Studies and French at ASU, working for us — and following the officer-training...

MCC forum alerts young women to tech career futures

By Noah Kutz Current job openings in the workforce suggest that younger generations should start pursuing STEM careers, based on concerns shared during a day-long workshop at Mesa Community College. As part of the collaborative event,...

Parents who open homes help brighten holidays for foster kids

Story & photos by Noah Kutz For some children and families, the most wonderful time of the year can prove to be one of the most difficult. Fortunately, there are kind-hearted donors who...

Shining light: So. Tempe forum unveils how 40 million are entrapped as slaves of human trafficking

By Noah Kutz “There’s just no way to fully heal from that.” Such were the sobering words spoken to attendees at a presentation held at a Tempe church regarding the thorny issue of...

ASU President: Plenty to ‘Crow’ about

By Noah Kutz To those who ask what ASU’s ranking “#1 in innovation” actually means, ask no further. Perhaps if you’ve seen a billboard or two (or three) on the Price Freeway, you...

Education experts offer insiders’ look at needs, concerns, values

Approximately 20 percent of the positions now open in Arizona’s school districts remain unfilled, many of them associated with higher-level math and science departments and special education. That was the somewhat worrisome report from...

Chandler Chamber session unveils roadmap for transportation growth, improvements

Public transportation, highway improvements and economic development: they emerged equally as the top concerns among members attending a recent meeting of the Chandler Chamber of Commerce. Eric Anderson, executive director of the Maricopa...

Chandler’s ‘hip-storic’ past comes alive in city’s downtown

By Noah Kutz Shoppers and amateur historians alike shared a blast from the past as downtown “Chandlore” festivities once again transported spectators back to the city’s roots. Actors and performers from Improvmania Comedy...

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