Noble Library is taking over as Hayden Library is no longer offering 24-hour weekday services.
An ASU student is required to pay a fine and attend an education class to suspend prosecution against her after an altercation at the GLV.
Former journalists and media professionals spoke about escalating rhetoric by Arizona political candidates on Wednesday.
As the Mirabella vs. Shady Park case make the front page of the Wall Street Journal, the city of Tempe submits court documents to support Shady Park.
Despite having wrapped up in 2015, "Community" now has its long awaited movie confirmed, fulfilling the "six seasons and a movie" prophecy.
Without a special events permit, AZ Hugs for the Houseless is now struggling to find a location to continue serving food and providing resources.
Two years of COVID-19 learning changed the way some teachers approach assignments and teaching a class.
Women's Only Training Hours at the SDFC offer a dedicated space for women to work out while also offering personal trainers, wellness workshops and more.
The Shroom Society at ASU educates members on mycology, the study of fungi, through foraging trips, mushroom growing events, education sessions and guest speakers.
ASU President Michael Crow spoke to The State Press Thursday regarding student housing, ASU football, state funding and more.
Nursing students speak on the the struggles of finding transportation to their consistent required clinical experiences.
ASU professors weigh in with their thoughts after Chegg changed its policy on the student information it provides to universities and professors.
ASU challenges the steady decline in rates of Arizona high school graduates attending college as current ASU students share their own experiences.
Iranian students took part in a Tempe protest against the Islamic regime in Iran and call for more action and outreach from ASU.
A student protest, lawsuit, letters and updated Title IX regulation add to abortion controversy and confusion across Arizona.
Construction is booming at ASU with over 150 projects occurring on and around the campuses, including new academic and residential buildings.
Herberger is hosting an event celebrating the ASU queer community where participants can learn about the history of the lost art form of zines while creating their own.
Tempe Bicycle Action Group works to spread awareness about biking safety around the city.