Civil rights and prison abolition activist Angela Davis shared her thoughts on racism in the criminal justice system and the modern-day Black Lives Matter movement.
Active COVID-19 cases at ASU have decreased for the fifth straight week as of Thursday's update from the University.
Pedro Gomez mentored dozens of young journalists, and his family started a foundation to ensure his impact will benefit many others.
An ASU study seeks to improve the state of public education in Arizona through a teacher residency program.
ASU students are searching for new housing due to ASU's decrease of upper-division housing options.
ASU President Michael Crow spoke to The State Press Monday about the University's ongoing and future plans.
International students talk about the challenges of studying in another country and connecting to a new community during the pandemic.
Various organizations and institutions at ASU are educating the community about Black History at national and state levels.
ASU's Chi Phi fraternity chapter is at least the third reported fraternity in four months to receive disciplinary action from the University.
ASU canceled spring break in December. One month before it would have started, students reflect on changes they've had to make.
ASU announced the opening of The Difference Engine: An ASU Center for the Future of Equality to work on combating injustices in both local and national communities.
Over 160 students and 10 organizations have violated the Student Code of Conduct due to COVID-19 related violations since Aug. 1, an ASU spokesperson said.
Active COVID-19 cases at ASU continues to decrease. ASU reported a total of 298 active cases in Monday's update, 86 less than the number reported Thursday.
The Center for Imagination in the Borderlands brings together artists from a diverse range of backgrounds to discuss the lives, history and future of Indigenous people.