ASU and Chegg are teaming up to help individuals who are not in college gain the skills necessary to apply for jobs in the digital economy.
Students are frustrated with the lengthy, confusing process to change majors after COVID-19 pandemic altered career plans.
The ASU Library, like all University departments, has changed its operations to better help students during COVID-19.
COVID-19 cases continue to decrease in the ASU community Thursday as the U.K. strain of the virus is found in Arizona.
Pitchfork Pantry releases "fork it up" podcast to dive deeper into stories relating to food at ASU.
ASU, U.S. State Department and Freeport-McMoRan work together to promote education on starting businesses for women around the world virtually during the pandemic.
A Buncha Book Artists is hosting its 20th annual exhibition displaying artist books, experimental prints, zines and more to show the power of print.
Some students' needs for connection and community are being fulfilled as they attend in-person classes at newly built outdoor learning structures.
Jason Ripper, an ASU security guard for the Tempe Art Museum, was arrested Tuesday for having hundreds of photos of child pornography.
The ASU community saw a decline of 27 active coronavirus cases, bringing the number of known active cases to 510.
A group of students formed the Accessibility Coalition hoping to provide a voice for disabled students on ASU's campuses.