Thousands of students received emails from a phishing scam designed to obtain personal information using the distribution of CARES Act funds as bait.
A number of professors have built classes from the ground up to help students understand how their field of study is impacted by COVID-19.
Miacademy Learning Channel aims to educate elementary and middle school students through interactive, online resources.
Antique Sugar, a vintage clothing store in downtown Phoenix, has reopened. But, the process has not been easy.
Senior Associate Dean Kristin Gilger will serve as the interim dean as the University continues to search for a permanent replacement, according to an email sent by University Provost Mark Searle.
Sonya Forte Duhé will not become the new Cronkite dean after an alleged history of making racist and homophobic remarks was made public by her former students.
Four multicultural student organizations joined together in a statement to call for the removal of incoming Cronkite School dean Sonya Forte Duhé.
The State Press spoke with 23 of Sonya Forte Duhé’s current and former students who had allegations against her about racist, homophobic and body-shaming comments.
In a meeting with The State Press Thursday, Crow discussed changes that will be made to campus due to COVID-19 this fall.
President Michael Crow has been on the ball talking to national news outlets about what returning to campus will look like, but some students feel out of the loop.
ASU President Crow broke his silence on George Floyd Monday evening in an email to students and faculty.
ASU has announced their decision to hold Summer B courses remotely shortly after their decision to hold classes in person this fall.
Tempe Mayor Mark Mitchell is now requiring businesses that file security plans to document how they are implementing social-distancing.
"You have all these expectations, and these friends that you've had for all these years, and you just know it's never going to be like that again."
ASU is offering reduced prices for students who enroll in summer courses as well as other opportunities for people to learn during COVID-19.