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.
Undergraduate Student Government Tempe and Victoria's Secret PINK collaborated to pick up trash at Tempe Beach Park.
Four organizations hosted Pride Prom to give the LGTBQ+ community and its allies a night of celebration and self-expression.
ASU students Triston Black and Maria Walker were two of five students recognized as "Champions for Change" by the Center for Native American Youth.
The on-campus food pantry Devil's Depot recently launched two pilot programs with DoorDash and Starship Technologies to tackle food insecurity and increase food accessibility for ASU students.
Students welcomed back the annual spring event, Devilpalooza, with headlining band Chase Atlantic.
The number of reported positive cases among students increased by nine, while cases for faculty and staff decreased by seven, marking the first increase overall since masks and participation in the Daily Health Check became optional.
The Accessibility Coalition aims to spotlight acceptance and pride for people with autism during the group's Autism Appreciation Celebration on April 1.
Devil's Depot, formerly known as Pitchfork Pantry, initiates plans to expand services despite negative response.
ASU organizations, including the Iranian Student Association and the Afghan Student Association, have dedicated time to give the local community a space to celebrate Nowruz.
Three students in ASU's W. P. Carey School of Business are working to revitalize the Native American Business Organization to assist Indigenous students in community building and networking.
It starts with ASU students, but CEO Kyle Parker wants to revolutionize the whole haircare industry through mobile barber app ClipDart.