Once again, active COVID-19 cases rose, and so did the number of party citations issues to ASU students.
The University is encouraging students to still follow COVID-19 guidelines this Halloween weekend.
Active COVID-19 cases increased to 86 within the ASU community, according to an update from the University Thursday night.
A student- and faculty-produced simulation game walks players through daily choices to prevent spread of COVID-19.
A study conducted by ASU’s College of Health Solutions found users of different types of technology vary in health habits.
A recent poll shows the severity of the pandemic's impacts on Arizona nonprofits, but some are persevering through hardships to continue operating.
The Hope House and ASU Edson College of Nursing partner to utilize nontraditional recovery methods to fight addiction.
Some ASU students double as popular TikTok creators, securing sponsorships, racking up views and growing their platforms while attending school.
The ASU Police Department is investigating a racial slur written in graffiti found near ASU Gammage last Friday that has since been removed.
ASU names the members of its Advisory Council on African American Affairs, fulfilling one of 25 action items proposed by the University to support the BIPOC community.
Current ASU students share their experiences being alone during quarantine and isolation and the impact it had on their mental health.
The YouTubers, known for their extreme prank and challenge videos, rolled around campus for hours before being stopped by ASU PD.
The University will encourage faculty working remotely to return to campus next spring if coronavirus data supports it.
The city of Tempe and Tempe police have seen an uptick in domestic violence calls since the beginning of the pandemic.
Once Upon a Time was founded in May to further reading comprehension skills for low-income children across the Valley.
Active COVID-19 cases increased among both faculty and students, according to an update from the University Monday.