Gov. Doug Ducey laid out his priorities for the year in his eighth and final State of the State address on Monday, but he did not address COVID-19 cases spiking across the state.
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Students from Arizona universities spoke with Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema Thursday on the fourth day of their indefinite hunger strike called AZ Youth Hunger Strike for Democracy, with the hope of moving the Freedom to Vote Act forward.
Student protesters gathered at the "Killer Off Our Campus" protest in the Nelson Fine Arts Center courtyard Wednesday demanding ASU deny Kyle Rittenhouse further enrollment, make statements denouncing white supremacy and redirect funding from the ASU Police Department to support multicultural and sexual assault resource centers on campus.
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.
The Council of Presidents are attempting to provide more support for multicultural centers on ASU's campuses; however, they have had little to no communication with the student-led group that advocated for ASU's creation of the spaces on what needs to be done to improve them.
The ASU Police Department is working with the Dean of Students Office to investigate antisemitic flyers found on the Tempe campus on Monday, according to an ASU PD spokesperson.
Students fought for over six years to establish a multicultural space that provided recruitment and retention programs for students from underrepresented groups at ASU.
Cool Kids, Cool Places, Cool Futures is a youth-led action project giving high school students the opportunity to combat environmental issues, such as rising temperatures, in Tempe.
ASU ahora requiere que todos los empleados, incluyendo los profesores, el personal y los trabajadores estudiantiles, tengan la vacuna contra COVID-19 antes del 8 de diciembre. Los empleados pueden mostrar prueba de vacunación o solicitar una acomodación por motivos médicos o religiosos.
ASU is now requiring all employees — including faculty, staff and student workers — to have the COVID-19 vaccine by Dec. 8. Employees may either show proof of vaccination or request an accommodation on medical or religious grounds.
Rio Reimagined, a green infrastructure project, has been making a mark on the environmental and economic development of the Valley since the project launched in 2018. The city of Tempe is no exception.
Nearly every class my freshman year was over Zoom, and on any given day, I was lucky to see five people in person despite living on campus.
Members from the Advisory Council on African American Affairs (ACAAA) provided updates for ASU’s LIFT Initiative in a meeting Friday, the fourth update since President Michael Crow announced the plan last year.
ASU Health Services have yet to provide additional vaccine doses to immunocompromised faculty and students but will work with people on a case-by-case basis, according to Aaron Krasnow, the associate vice president of health and counseling services.
Since the fall of the Afghan government to the Taliban, the Thunderbird School of Global Management has been working to locate its former fellows and pair them with opportunities to evacuate.
ASU recorded its highest active COVID-19 case total since April as thousands of students return to campus before classes begin Thursday.
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.
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.
ASU reported a total of 50 cases among faculty, staff and students, the same number of cases reported in the previous update.
ASU reported a total of 35 active COVID-19 cases among students, faculty and staff Monday, which is an increase of 13 cases from the previous University update July 12.