At 5:50 a.m. last Thursday, ASU President Michael Crow was heading out for a morning hike. "It's pitch black, and there's a guy waiting in my driveway," he said. "I don't know who this guy is. It's like maybe he's a killer."
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ASU President Michael Crow defended Arizona PBS's decision to host an interview with Democratic governor candidate Katie Hobbs following backlash over the decision from Republican candidate Kari Lake, a state lawmaker and the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission.
Arizona's investment in higher education has been "basically nothing" over the past 20 years. ASU has come to a consensus with policymakers on what the University can do to advance the interests of the state through education, said ASU Chief Financial Officer Morgan Olsen.
An officer with the ASU Police Department was allegedly on his phone when he failed to stop at a stop sign and hit a man on a bike who was traveling through a crosswalk on Tyler Street at or near the intersection at McAllister Avenue last year, according to a lawsuit filed against the University, ASU PD and others on March 9.
Editor's Note: This story includes mentions of assault, racial slurs and vulgar language.
With the start of the spring semester days away, active COVID-19 cases within the ASU community more than doubled from last week as students return from winter break.
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.
From dawn 'til dusk, Florian Schneider sat and waited at Kiwanis Park on Saturday and Sunday.
ASU President Michael Crow said in a meeting with The State Press Wednesday the University remains flexible heading into the Fall 2021 semester but will prepare for a return to a "new normal."
ASU hosted a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination event at the Student Pavilion on the Tempe campus Wednesday in an effort to get students vaccinated before the spring semester ends.
ASU detendrá inmediatamente la administración de la vacuna de COVID-19 de Johnson & Johnson en sus clínicas de salud siguiendo la recomendación federal de los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades (CDC por sus siglas en inglés) y la Administración Federal de Drogas (FDA por sus siglas en inglés) de hacerlo "por precaución" para investigar una situación de un coágulo de sangre extremadamente raro que algunos han desarrollado después de recibir la vacuna, confirmó un portavoz de la Universidad.
ASU's Spring 2021 University-wide graduation ceremony will be held virtually once again, but each college at the University has developed its own unique plans to celebrate graduates.
ASU will immediately pause the administration of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine at its health clinics following the federal recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Federal Drug Administration to do so "out of an abundance of caution" to investigate an extremely rare blood clot some have developed after receiving the vaccine, a University spokesperson confirmed.
La vacuna de COVID-19 de una dosis de Johnson & Johnson está disponible para estudiantes, profesores y personal.
The Johnson & Johnson one-dose COVID-19 vaccine is available to students, faculty and staff.
La ceremonia de graduación de la primavera de 2021 de ASU se llevará a cabo virtualmente para los 19.000 graduados esperados este semestre por tercera vez consecutiva, anunció el presidente de la Universidad, Michael Crow, en un correo electrónico a los estudiantes.
ASU's Spring 2021 graduation commencement ceremony will be held virtually for the expected 19,000 graduates this semester for the third time in a row, University President Michael Crow announced in an email to students.
Después de comenzar el año escolar con 900 casos activos de COVID-19 en la comunidad de ASU, la cantidad de infecciones positivas conocidas ha disminuido continuamente desde el 11 de enero.
After starting the school year with 900 active COVID-19 cases in the ASU community, the number of known positive infections has continuously decreased since Jan. 11.
ASU has agreed to settle in a court case with Rae’Lee Klein, a journalism student who was removed from a leadership position at Blaze Radio for a controversial tweet and actions in response to the backlash.