The College en ASU está expandiendo su esfuerzo para aumentar integración en STEM para crear un ambiente más acogedor.
The Latino Medical Student Association Plus, or LMSA+, at ASU is working to boost Latine representation and fight inequality in the medical field.
ASU spent $70,000 on the production costs associated with the creation of their episode on Amazon Prime Video's "The College Tours."
Cases of discrimination against Asian Americans have been growing throughout the pandemic. ASU students and faculty are working to spread awareness on the issue and its history.
ASU students, faculty and other community volunteers come together to investigate and trace COVID-19 cases for the state and county.
Some students registered with the Student Accessibility and Inclusive Learning Services are no longer receiving early class registration after SAILS updated their system that kept track of accommodations.
ASU agreed to pay journalism student Rae'Lee Klein $7,040 in a settlement of a lawsuit filed by Klein in October concerning free speech.
Students navigating their future careers in public health during the pandemic face unique challenges compared to students in other fields.
The Virginia G. Piper Center at ASU has received a grant to host a variety of events celebrating Indigenous history and culture.
Cases within the ASU community continue to fall, with the total number of cases dropping by 45 since last Monday.
The Cronkite School and Gaylord Journalism College are working together to amplify coverage of Indigenous issues across the country.
ASU students and staff provide free services to the roughly 300 senior residents living at the Westward Ho through the ASU Community Collaborative.
The ASU symphonic carillon has been with ASU since 1966. Even during a pandemic, the instrument continues to be an integral part of University history.