Active COVID-19 cases increased among both faculty and students, according to an update from the University Monday.
ASU's spring semester will likely look the same as the fall with a few technological improvements.
ASU is introducing bilingual resources for Spanish-speaking families through welcome programs, coursework offered to parents and Facebook Live events.
ASU students volunteer to help bring meals to health care workers while simultaneously supporting local businesses.
The Pac-12 announced in September there will be no fans at sporting events, including the marching band.
ASU and the city of Tempe ramped up census efforts before the new, fast-approaching deadline was announced.
Several ASU musical theatre and opera majors were featured on the cast album for "The Anxiety Project," a musical project highlighting struggles with mental health.
COVID-19 restrictions require cultural clubs to find alternative, online meeting options and in some cases, cancel popular annual events altogether.
In a letter to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, ASU President Michael Crow makes a case for keeping a mask mandate.
Students can once again attend the art exhibitions of Phoenix's First Friday event after months of cancellations due to COVID-19.
Active COVID-19 cases on campus continue to decline as the University continues to randomly test students.
ASU 365 Community Union kicked off its fall concert series Thursday with a virtual performance by Latin pop artist Omar Apollo.