While most students have the option to attend classes through ASU Sync, a select few take courses only offered in person.
ASU and Tempe have been working together to keep students and residents safe and healthy this fall semester.
Some students took up podcasting after the pandemic hit the U.S., producing episodes regularly even as the school year started.
Latter-day Saint community joins fight on PPE shortage, making 600,000 masks in a four week period for Valley hospitals.
ASU has received the STARS platinum rating for sustainability based on efforts to put sustainable practices on campus and in the community.
ASU Gammage and Kerr are working to create virtual events in lieu of the season's regular programming, much of which was canceled due to the pandemic.
Though some experienced delays due to COVID-19, construction projects near the Tempe campus like Mirabella Retirement Center, ISTB-7 and the Tempe Streetcar are pushing through to completion.
Students share fears about the possibility of being unable to find work after they graduate due to changes in their job fields because of the pandemic.
With few events for Sun Devils to visit in town, State Press reporters Drake Presto and Ryan Tisminezky investigate the food at the Arizona State Fair's new drive-thru event.
Desk assistants at Palo Verde West have had to help move in students who tested positive for COVID-19 for their isolation spaces with no warning, only later to see those same students breaking isolation.
Since move in, 654 students living on the Tempe campus have been approved for a License Agreement Release.
An email Wednesday announced Provost Mark Searle will transition to a professor role in June 2021.
A partnership between the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College and Mesa Public Schools delivers internship opportunities to ASU education students and learning help for K-12 students.
This week, ASU students can attend Zoom events in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month from speakers, to movies, to art tutorials.
Tanya Miles talks about her incarceration experience while being apart of the PATHS program, a partnership between the W.P. Carey School of Business and the Televerde Foundation.