ASU has canceled an on-campus event planned for Friday afternoon featuring Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich.
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Students evacuated Palo Verde East on Thursday morning following reports of smoke and a fire. The building remains closed, and residents may be displaced through the weekend.
An ASU student was sentenced Friday to 18 months of unsupervised probation after explosive materials were found in his dorm room in February 2022.
A male suspect has been arrested after they fired shots in the direction of an ASU student and ASU police officer early Thursday morning near Barrett, The Honors College at the Tempe campus.
Iranian students are calling on ASU for more action and support amid global protests against the Islamic Republic of Iran.
ASU Police Department arrested three ASU students on Tuesday for bomb threats made on Yik Yak Monday night concerning the Memorial Union and the Hassayampa Academic Village, police and court documents said.
The ASU Police Department is investigating two separate bomb threats made on Monday at the Memorial Union and the Hassayampa Academic Village.
Hazing was made illegal in Arizona Saturday, a decade after an ASU student died after attending a fraternity event.
Heading into the fourth academic year impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, ASU community members can expect minimal COVID-19 policy changes so far, but there are new considerations around the monkeypox virus outbreak, which was declared a national health emergency on Thursday.
ASU's contract with The Coca-Cola Company carries the usual stipulations one would expect from a deal with a mega-corporation: Coke will compensate the University about $30 million by the time the contract expires and limit the other types of beverages ASU sells. It also requires the University to encourage community members to purchase Coke products and requires prominent people making an appearance on campus to only consume competing Coke products if "no branding is visible."
ASU's Tempe campus parking structures stopped offering free parking for visitors on weekends starting July 16. Previously, all Tempe campus parking garages were free on non-event weekends.
Tempe Streetcar, a new addition to the city's transportation network, took its first run Friday morning.
At a student forum on March 21, ASU President Michael Crow confirmed the reduction of multiple University merit-aid scholarship amounts and said the change is to avoid "students from very wealthy families" receiving large amounts of merit-aid and to expand on need-based aid.
This week, multiple Arizona and ASU communities will dance all night and clean their homes until they sparkle to celebrate Nowruz, the Persian New Year.
Noise from Shady Park concerts has been a nuisance to residents at ASU’s retirement home and surrounding businesses, a county superior court judge ruled in an opinion filed Wednesday.
El uso de mascarillas en los campus de ASU y la participación en el Daily Health Check serán opcionales a partir del lunes después de las vacaciones de primavera, según un correo electrónico enviado el jueves por la University Provost Nancy Gonzales y la Chief Financial Officer Morgan Olsen.
Mask wearing across ASU's campuses and participation in the Daily Health Check will become optional starting Monday after spring break, according to an email sent by University Provost Nancy Gonzales and Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer Morgan Olsen Thursday.
An ASU student was arrested Monday evening after the ASU Police Department found explosive materials in his Palo Verde East dorm room. He has been charged with two counts of misconduct involving weapons, according to an ASU PD press release.
En una reunión con The State Press el viernes, el presidente de ASU, Michael Crow, dijo que "es muy probable que ajustemos los requisitos de cubrebocas" y algunas otras restricciones de COVID-19.
In a meeting with The State Press Friday, ASU President Michael Crow said "it is highly likely that we will adjust the mask requirements" and some other COVID-19 restrictions.