Skip to Main Page Content
Home / Impact Stories

Impact stories

Stories from IMPACT Magazine

albert rios, impact magazine
Poet Alberto Rios wants us to know there’s something going on out there. Then he wants us to write about it.

Fresh out of college, Brett Bittel landed a job manning the counter at Enterprise Rent-A-Car. It was the late 1970s, before Enterprise had grown into one of the largest private companies in America, and years before Business Week magazine would name Enterprise among the top 10 places to begin a career because of opportunities it afforded employees to advance within the company.

“It was a family-owned startup,” remembers Bittel.

Brett Bittel

Katzin Concert Hall is one of the most...

“Seeking Asylum” documents ASU students as they learn about the refugee experience

The latest philanthropy news

October 4, 2018

ASU's Mastercard Foundation Scholars enact social and economic change in communities

SIM Fund students
December 14, 2017

ASU’s student-led portfolio management program offers practical experience alongside investment professionals

building-rendering
December 1, 2017

University’s physical presence in the nation’s capital enabled by private support; name honors two remarkable women

ASU Rick Shangraw
November 20, 2017

Though there is anguish in a culture seemingly hurtling towards fragmentation, our college campuses bring us together to express our humanity.