Four students are working on breaking down ableist systems at ASU through their zine, which shares stories of other students' experiences with ASU Counseling Services
Sit down with student actors to learn about how film creatives are handing the pandemic.
ASU Global Launch has partnered with an online testing company, EduSynch, to provide flexible testing options for international students.
The Tempe Festival of the Arts and Ironman Arizona have been canceled due to a new rise in COVID-19 cases.
Over 100 ASU students have been placed on interim action due to COVID-19 related violations since Aug.1.
School of Music, Dance and Theatre adjusts protocols for required live performances to follow COVID-19 guidelines.
Cumulative cases of positive student and employee infections of the coronavirus have increased by almost 500 in the past two weeks.
New on-campus dining options like Starship robots and Good Uncle give students the ability to order food outside of dining halls and restaurants.
The change in seasons, loneliness and uncertainty about the future heightens for students.
As holiday season nears, ASU professors warn students about potential superspreader events and advise getting tested before visiting family.
Active COVID-19 cases within the community increased again, according to an update Monday night.
The Album Listening Club, created this past spring, is giving students the chance to discover new music and make new friends, even remotely.
Virtual events at ASU West and Polytechnic campuses offer an accessible avenue for students to learn and engage with different cultures.
Traditional family weekend events will be adjusted to an online setting to adhere to COVID-19 precautions.
University officials said ASU is not seeing enough student compliance with random testing as active cases jump within the community.
Arts and culture events in Tempe and Phoenix saw a wave of cancellations in the spring and many are seeing another as cases rise again.
Despite the large number of ballots cast throughout Maricopa County, voters at ASU's Tempe campus faced short lines and few issues at the polling place.
ASU and MCC are working with ROLFS Global Salon to give beauty professionals an accelerated path to associate and bachelor's degrees that strengthen business skills.
Once again, active COVID-19 cases rose, and so did the number of party citations issues to ASU students.