Valley Metro's 3-mile route Tempe Streetcar, which skirts the western and southern perimeter of ASU's Tempe campus, is open to the public after four years of construction.
The $65 million project to renovate Durham Hall addressed health hazards such as asbestos, faulty plumbing and now houses 11 international centers.
Queer Academics Mixer permitió a los estudiantes y profesores de la comunidad LGBTQ+ compartir sus experiencias e investigaciones.
Samantha Vrcic, founder of Path Matching, aims to empower sexual assault survivors and create safer communities through prevention technology, awareness walks and community education.
The Queer Academics Mixer allowed students and faculty in the LGBTQ+ community to share their experiences and research.
Hubo un aumento de 40 casos positivos de COVID-19 entre los estudiantes y el personal de ASU, según una actualización del lunes.
The newly constructed Rob and Melani Walton Center for Planetary Health building opened its doors for programs that focus on creating sustainable and innovative solutions for preserving environment, Tuesday.
Jotted, a note-taking platform developed by ASU students Brinlee Kidd and Sylvia Lopez, took first place in the Red Bull Basement Global Final.
Positive COVID-19 cases among both students and staff decreased while tests administered increased, according to an update Monday.
ASU has reduced the amounts of certain merit-aid awards for future students while also raising tuition rates.
The first-ever "Temple in the Sky" event celebrates Asian Pacific Heritage Month through Southeast Asian cuisine, performances and education.
ASU Barrett, The Honors College students Claire Blaske, Jasmin Falconer, Lauren Harstad and Katie Pascavis won the Barry Goldwater Scholarship — the first time all ASU recipients were women — and will receive educational funding as well as access to the Goldwater alumni network.
The residents at ASU's senior living complex won their legal battle against the EDM concert venue across the street, Shady Park.
Positive COVID-19 cases among students, staff and faculty increased by seven after a slight decrease last week.
The Thunderbird School of Global Management held its grand opening for its new headquarters in downtown Phoenix on April 8.
The Take Back the Night event offered support and resources for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault within the ASU community.
A new redevelopment plan to add affordable housing units along Apache Boulevard is still in it's early phases.
The Center for Religion and Conflict started the new Spirituality and Public Life Initiative to help expand the understanding of spirituality in society.
The ASU Police Department issued a supplementary document to its initial report after the chief of police said he was "disappointed" in its lack of detail.