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En la actualización más reciente de la Universidad, se reportaron 15 casos positivos más conocidos de COVID-19 en ASU entre el cuerpo estudiantil, lo que hace un total de 207 casos.
In the most recent University update, 15 more known positive cases of COVID-19 were reported at ASU among the student body, making for a total of 207 cases.
Several construction projects planned by the city of Tempe and ASU have caused major frustrations and delays for many in the community who commute to campus.
The Interiors Student Alliance's week-long annual fundraising auction Light For Hope will conclude this Friday, featuring live music, catering and a student design competition for those choosing to donate light fixtures at L.S. Neeb Hall.
ASU reportó 96 casos positivos totales dentro de su comunidad el lunes, seis menos en comparación con el informe de 102 de la semana pasada.
ASU reported 96 total positive cases within its community on Monday, six fewer compared to last week’s report of 102.
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences will host the first-ever Humanities Week where different schools will organize events to promote and celebrate humanities subjects at the University from Oct. 18 to 22.
This fall, ASU launched the pilot phase of its ASU Sync degree program, currently offering four graduate degrees and three undergraduate degrees through the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College that can be completed through remote learning delivered synchronously.
With in-person classes resuming this semester and COVID-19 restrictions easing from what they were last school year, performance groups at ASU are now determined to make up for time lost during the 2020-21 school year.
Among ASU students, the number of COVID-19 cases reported after the first full week of classes has more than doubled, according to a report by the University, with cases jumping from 121 last week to 271 as of Monday.
For the past year, students across ASU have been balancing school, part-time jobs, internships and creative work, all while making their way through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Después de la decisión de ASU de estar completamente en línea la primavera pasada, muchos eventos tuvieron que cancelarse o celebrarse virtualmente, incluida la celebración anual del Mes de la Herencia de los Asiáticos Americanos e Isleños del Pacífico en abril.
After ASU's decision to go completely online last spring, many events had to either be canceled or held virtually, including the annual celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in April.
The Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing will be hosting a Big Read event in Phoenix over the next month featuring over 25 talks, workshops, art shows, book clubs and other events to support Indigenous artists and speakers.
Two ASU upper division housing buildings will not be available for students to lease next semester.
While COVID-19 has halted the possibility of many in-person meetings and interactions for ASU clubs and organizations, dance and performance clubs at the University have had an especially hard time adjusting to the virtual world.
The ASU Library has pivoted operations to focus on alternatives to in-person resources for students during the COVID-19 pandemic, including the Ask a Librarian service, curbside book pickup and the laptop and hotspot checkout program.
As they spend fewer hours commuting to classes and spend more time at home, ASU students have taken the opportunity to start their own businesses online.