ASU California Center marks its official opening of the newly-renovated historic Herald Examiner building in downtown Los Angeles with discussions about ASU's presence in California.
Twelve Palo Verde East residents have been temporarily relocated to other University housing due to an air-conditioner outage and a water leak in the dorm.
The Cannabis Legal Association hosts networking events, provides assistance in expungement and is working to shape the future of federal cannabis regulation.
Students celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month by creating collages of modern Latin American designs.
Phoenix Babes Who Walks hosts walking sessions for women and LGBTQ+ people to provide a safe space and connect.
H.B. 2322, also known as "Jack's Law" intends to reverse traditional hazing activities at universities in Arizona.
The newly opened School of Ocean Futures and School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks present how proposed degree programs are established.
From 2017 to 2020, ASU and the ASU Police Department were using Social Sentinel, now called Navigate360 Detect.
Keep Tempe Beautiful is a volunteer-run, non-profit organization that is cleaning up Tempe one park at a time with the help of the ASU community.
ASU Hispanic and Latino student leaders share how they plan to give back to their communities in their career path.
ASU is offering monkeypox vaccinations to students considered eligible under CDC and county guidelines.
Feral cats have been a common sighting within the University. And it seems like the Tempe campus is their new habitat.
ASU students Lukas Patton, Peter Fraenkel and Trevor Benoit were arrested and charged in relation to bomb threats made at the Memorial Union and the Hassayampa Academic Village.
ASU has been identified as a Hispanic-Serving Institution. However, some Hispanic and Latine students say the University lacks in its support for them.
ASU holds title of most innovative university in the country by U.S. News and World Report for the eighth year in a row, but dropped in four other rankings.
With limited information from ASU about monkeypox, some students feel stuck in the dark about getting information concerning the virus.