Following spring break, positive COVID-19 cases within the University community have decreased for the eighth week in a row.
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On Monday, ASU will make the Daily Health Check optional, along with mask-wearing except in certain locations.
Some Tempe students and residents anticipate — and dread — the future of Tempe traffic after the Coyotes announced their new home in ASU's multipurpose arena.
The results of The State Press' second published source audit show us where we can improve our outreach in Spring 2022.
As part of Black History Month celebrations, student leaders with the Black African Coalition were able to provide the community with traditional, repeat events and introduce new ones.
Following social media posts showing explosives, an ASU student was arrested and charged with two counts of misconduct involving weapons.
Three ASU students have created a new organization to provide students from Hawai'i with resources to better adapt to college life.
Four ASU students are helping spread Tony’s Chocolonely's message to eliminate illegal child labor and modern slavery in the cocoa industry as Changemakers on campus.
President Crow announced plans to ease indoor COVID-19 regulations in a meeting with The State Press last week.
Alrededor de 40 manifestantes se reunieron en el campus de Tempe de ASU para protestar por mayores recursos y prevención de agresiones sexuales en la Universidad.
Around 40 protesters gathered on ASU's Tempe campus to protest for increased sexual assault resources and prevention at the University.
For epidemiologist and ASU professor Megan Jehn, duct-taped boxes of a fan and filters built and delivered by student volunteers are the DIY solution to poor air filtration in K-12 classrooms.
A spring break trip organized by Barrett, The Honors College left some students concerned about contributions to COVID-19 risks that continue to affect the local Hawaiian community.
Students are still frustrated with lack assistance in dealing with rat infestation, despite reaching out to Roosevelt Point management who provide few solutions.
Austin Davis, a senior at ASU, created AZ HUGS for the Houseless to provide meals, supplies and care to the homeless population in the Tempe and Phoenix communities.
Residents living in the Taylor Place dorms on the Downtown Phoenix campus were evacuated early Saturday morning after a fire ignited in one of the rooms.