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Los casos positivos dentro de la comunidad de ASU continúan disminuyendo a 1089 según una actualización de la Universidad que fue publicada el lunes. Esta es una disminución de 801 desde el informe de la semana pasada de los 1890 casos positivos conocidos.
Positive cases within the ASU community continue to decline to 1,089 according to a University update published Monday. This is an 801 decrease from last week's report of 1,890 known positive cases.
Los casos activos de COVID-19 dentro de la comunidad de ASU aumentaron por tercera semana consecutiva, la primera vez que ocurre tal tramo desde agosto.
Active COVID-19 cases within the ASU community increased for the third straight week, the first time such a stretch has occurred since August.
The University reported 312 known positives within the ASU community Tuesday, 283 of which are students and 29 are faculty and staff.
After welcoming back more than 77,000 students back to campus last week, the University reported 159 positive cases within the community Monday, an increase of 64 compared to the last week's report of 95 cases.
Desde que la comunidad de ASU tuvo su primer caso de COVID-19 en enero de 2020, los estudiantes asiáticos han informado y experimentado casos de xenofobia y racismo en respuesta a la pandemia y sus orígenes en China.
Since the ASU community had its first COVID-19 case in January 2020, Asian students have reported and experienced cases of xenophobia and racism in response to the pandemic and its origins in China.
Antes de que la Universidad asegurará 1.000 dosis de la vacuna contra el COVID-19 por semana para la comunidad, el presidente de ASU Michael Crow envió un correo electrónico a los oficiales del estado pidiéndoles incluir a la facultad de ASU en la elegibilidad para la vacuna junto con los maestros de K-12 .
Before the University was able to secure 1,000 weekly COVID-19 vaccine doses for the ASU community, ASU President Michael Crow sent an email to state officials asking for faculty to be made eligible in Arizona’s vaccine distribution plan alongside K-12 teachers.
Some students have changed their majors to better adjust to concerns surfacing during the COVID-19 pandemic, but feel the University has much to improve in the transition process.
With COVID-19 restrictions still in place for the remainder of the semester, many in-person activities have temporarily been put to a halt, including ASU students' opportunity to see the Planters’ NUTmobile.
After losing her internship last March due to the pandemic, Nicole Martin wanted to find another way to occupy her summer before senior year.
A new scholarship for psychology students from underrepresented backgrounds will be able to double its amount of recipients for the next school year after raising an additional $60,000 in funds.
After the semester was cut short, many students are making arrangements to return home sooner than planned and complete their final exams away from campus. While some still feel confident in their decision to come to Tempe for school this fall, others say they wish the semester went differently.
Student workers say they have faced challenges during the transition from in-person work spaces to online settings including scheduling, communication and motivation. When the University moved online in March due to COVID-19, some students took on completely different responsibilities.
The Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts adjusted its activities to a mostly online setting, including live student recitals at the Katzin Concert Hall in light of ASU’s COVID-19 restrictions.
Traditionally, family weekend welcomes visitors to ASU's four campuses to participate in activities like outdoor obstacle courses, college-hosted tailgates and other family-friendly events. This year, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, family weekend events will be held entirely online from Nov. 6 and 7.
Extended Reality at ASU, or XR@ASU, released a simulation game testing players' COVID-19 precautionary decisions as they play the role of an ASU student attending Sync classes, going to the gym and completing other common tasks.