When Bruce Nelson, an actor, filmmaker and historian of the Washington-Escobedo Heritage Neighborhood in downtown Mesa, first heard about ASU’s film school named after Academy Award-winning Black actor Sidney Poitier coming to Mesa, he asked why.
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Just under 24,000 ASU employees have provided proof of compliance with ASU's employee COVID-19 vaccine mandate with its Jan. 4 deadline days away.
ASU investigation finds two MSC members violated code of conduct in multicultural space confrontation
Two students involved in a viral confrontation in the multicultural center on ASU's Tempe campus have each been charged with an Arizona Board of Regents code of conduct violation, and another had all three of her charges dropped, documents provided to The State Press show.
Luis Hammer was in the middle of an exam for one of his online classes when his computer screen froze.
Mirabella at ASU, a luxury high-rise retirement complex on Mill Avenue, is suing Shady Park over its noisy electronic dance music concerts, claiming the live music is negatively impacting the health and welfare of residents.
As the Colorado River faces its first-ever water shortage, Arizona and other large areas reliant on the water source are preparing to face major cuts, according to an August announcement from the Bureau of Reclamation.
Students fought for over six years to establish a multicultural space that provided recruitment and retention programs for students from underrepresented groups at ASU.
Chants of "What do we want? Workplace safety. When do we want it? Now," echoed through the center of the Tempe campus Thursday as students, faculty, staff and campus workers marched in a "Funeral for Public Safety" to protest how the COVID-19 pandemic is being handled at colleges in Arizona and to agitate for better treatment of Arizona workers.
Editor's Note: This story was updated Oct. 1 at 4:30 p.m. to include quotes from Colleen Jennings-Roggensack.
When Abigail York, professor and director of graduate studies in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change, entered her first in-person class of the semester on Aug. 19, she didn't know what to expect.
The Arizona Board of Regents cannot sue the owner of an Instagram account that encouraged students to attend parties during a surge of COVID-19 cases for trademark infringement, according to a ruling issued by a federal judge Wednesday.
For the first time in months, ASU campuses are buzzing with first-year students eager to begin college.
With the development and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, the University is moving forward with opening the Fall 2021 semester under pre-pandemic operations. ASU is preparing for over 75,000 students to return to campus for in-person classes, activities and living for the fall semester, which starts Thursday.
With just over a week until ASU returns to in-person classes, the University reported 79 total active COVID-19 cases, an increase of 29 from last week’s total of 50 cases.
ASU's commitment to returning to pre-pandemic operations has not wavered since it first announced fall plans in June — and the University followed through.
You can’t win if you don’t roll up your sleeve.
ASU announced in an email Friday it will be "strongly recommending" all individuals wear face covers inside University buildings, regardless of vaccination status.
With just over two weeks before fall classes start, ASU reported 50 total active COVID-19 cases among students, faculty and staff, an increase of 15 from last week.
Three former ASU employees and a former Arizona superintendent were indicted on a total of 27 felony counts for possibly violating state procurement laws relating to a development services contract with Higley Unified School District, as well as filing false returns, according to a report from the Arizona Auditor General made public July 22.
On Friday, ASU released its disbursement plans for the combined $305 million it received from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund under the American Rescue Plan Act and the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act.