A small group of students met with Don Heider, the second dean candidate for the position at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Monday.
ASU will pause the use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine at its sites following recommendation from the CDC and FDA.
ASU regents professor Ayanna Thompson wrote a book detailing her personal experience with blackface and its history.
ASU's Medical Directive club and Street Medicine Phoenix distributed nearly 100 COVID-19 vaccines to people without homes during two events.
Herberger Institute of Design and Art hosted its annual drag show on Thursday, filled with electric performances from professionals and students alike.
Student artists are continuing their hobbies and passions while balancing school during the COVID-19 pandemic.
K-12 students around Arizona will soon be able to experience art performances during the COVID-19 pandemic.
ASU's Cronkite School dean search opened to select students for an invite-only meeting with the first candidate Thursday.
Running from April 9 to 25, the drive-thru event at Packard Drive Structure showcases the work of six ASU student-art installations.
Construction updates for projects by ASU or near campus include the Tempe Streetcar, a new dorm in downtown Phoenix, the Novus Innovation Corridor and more.
The University COVID-19 vaccine site has administered over 11,000 vaccines to the ASU community, with over 7,000 having both doses.
While some ASU students look forward to a return to campus, others worry the timing may be off, or that administrators are sending students back for the wrong reasons.
What started as stumbling upon a TikTok about Draco Malfoy turned into my inclusion in a tight-knit community of fellow book lovers through the BookTok community on TikTok.
Businesses serving the ASU community are holding out for renewed foot traffic in the Fall 2021 semester to increase sales after a year of economic hardship.
A new variant of the virus that causes COVID-19 was identified in Arizona by ASU researchers.
Student advocates push for an on-campus sexual assault resource center while ASU plans to look internally and support City of Tempe resources.