Noah Kutz


Chamber rolls out its 2019 welcome mat, unveils goals, strategies… and plenty of hopes

There’s no need to look at a calendar. Fitness centers have reached maximum capacity, politicians are boasting about their plans for a productive term, and a collective new-year-new-me mindset has stirred the...

First person: Making our community better, one unlocked door at a time

Noah Kutz, lead member of our community outreach effort, is a global studies major at ASU. He lived for five years in the Washington, D.C., area and has an informed perspective of...

Who raises, lowers Old Glory? Spend a few moments with Victor Feliberty

Editor's note: Noah Kutz, one of our young writers, turned a feature-story assignment into an opportunity for personal introspection. When he graduates from the ASU Naval ROTC scholarship program in two years,...

Big screen, big crowd, big heart: Return of a dazzling lightshow

So why does he do it every year?

Hard work and achievement, not gender, pave the way for females in police careers

For some of Chandler’s finest, it’s just another part of life.

Riders flock to scooter migration

Zipping, zooming and zig-zagging through the streets of Tempe, a new flock of Birds has descended on our city—only these have wheels instead of wings.

Lakefront project pleases some, concerns others

Residents are deliberating over conceptualized changes being unveiled for the Tempe Lakes community, clouding the air with a mix of excitement and trepidation.

Doc: Ethical stem cell method offers new hope for heart patients

In his research, Dib found that the way to truly cure and rejuvenate a heart after one suffers a heart attack is by replacing the cells that were lost.

Noah Kutz