Through a specialized app and augmented reality technology, President Michael Crow could be seen in graduates' living rooms during commencement.
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In a nine-page zine featuring stories of students' experiences with ASU Counseling Services, four ASU students have taken what began as a group project to exchanges with the University’s highest officials about changing operations to better accommodate students with disabilities.
After a sharp rise in domestic violence calls since the beginning of the pandemic, the city of Tempe announced it will allocate $4 million in Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security and Victims of Crime Act funds to expand victim services, hoping to reach more of the thousands of Tempe residents who experience domestic violence yearly.
After multiple extended deadlines and disagreements due to the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday the 2020 census count will end sooner than expected. The U.S. Census Bureau said in a statement Tuesday all "self-response and field data collection operations" will end Thursday, leaving less than two days for Tempe residents and off-campus ASU students to respond to the census.
Rape cases on the Tempe campus more than doubled in 2019, while most other crimes showed less change, according to ASU’s annual crime statistics report, which was published by the University Friday.
As positive coronavirus cases continue to be reported within the ASU student community, many students know friends and classmates who have tested positive and were sent into isolation. However, many aren't familiar with what the full process looks like.
In a letter sent to the Arizona Auditor General on Sept. 2, animal rights organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, requested an audit of ASU and UA’s use of state resources to support animal research activities that may have led to animal euthanization due to the pandemic.
Comedian Hasan Minhaj, this year's Fall Welcome speaker, kicked off the Fall Welcome Week on Monday with advice to students and a Q&A on the social and political climate.
An ASU student is helping lead a partnership between Phoenix Cancer Support Network, a non-profit organization that provides transportation and other assistance to cancer patients, and The Joy Bus, a not for profit organization that supplies homebound cancer patients with fresh meals.
In the report "The Future of Ageing in Smart Environments," ASU assistant professor Lauren Withycombe Keeler and assistant research professor Michael Bernstein explore how changing technology and an aging society could shape the future.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, many locations that administer testing required for graduate school applicants have closed, forcing schools to find alternative forms of testing.
Since 2015, the Center for Education Through eXploration has offered virtual field trips that transport users across time and space to learn about science.
“A” mountain received a fresh coat of paint Thursday, but instead of its usual gold, the iconic landmark is now blue.
April is National Minority Health Month, and this year, racial and ethnic minority communities are facing the consequences of health care disparities during the global COVID-19 pandemic.
With COVID-19 and social distancing at the forefront of many minds, services and rituals offered at ASU's faith-based organizations that would normally take place in churches, synagogues and mosques now occur online.
Internships across the country are being canceled or held remotely, putting college students in a sticky situation when planning their summers, but a group of ASU students is trying to help.
Catherine O’Donnell and Mark Tebeau knew the world was approaching a major historical period as university closures became more extensive near the end of spring break.
In the wake of courses moving online for the remainder of the semester, ASU programs work to transition online to meet the new demand for remote services.
When ASU announced courses would be held online for the rest of the spring semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic, instructors at the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation had a unique challenge: adapting courses designed for experiential, hands-on learning to a remote digital environment.
ASU fine arts programs are adapting to the new need to work remotely by canceling events, limiting event attendees and moving services online.