ABOR is suing Sundt Construction on behalf of ASU after alleging the company poorly constructed the pool at the Sun Devil Fitness Complex on the Downtown Phoenix Campus, leading to the pool's closure.
The Advisory Council on African American Affairs spoke to students, faculty and staff on Friday in an update about progress made within the LIFT Initiative, including hiring more Black faculty and staff.
Ten years after its grand opening, the Pat Tillman Veterans Center continues to provide student veterans with the necessary resources when returning home.
Now that COVID-19 restrictions have eased, dance clubs are hopeful that they can conduct in-person sessions and live performances again.
ASU reported over 306 positive cases within in the community after the first full week of in-person classes.
With conflicting protocols from ASU administration, faculty members are quickly becoming the front line for handling new COVID-19 cases in the classroom.
ASU will offer additional COVID-19 vaccine doses starting Sept. 20 on a case-by-case basis for immunocompromised individuals, but a broad implementation plan has yet to be developed.
The Thunderbird School is working with the U.S. Department of State to help its former fellows out of the country after the fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban.
ASU's 2021-22 school year began with record-breaking enrollment numbers, but some students worry the return of crowded classrooms will be short-lived.
With ASU Sync gone, multiple faculty members reflect on teaching in a pandemic and what lessons they will implement in the future.
With more than 75,000 students coming to campuses this week for classes, COVID-19 cases continue to rise within the ASU community.
As of Aug. 4, around 60% to 65% of incoming first-year students — including in-person and online — responded to a survey and said they were vaccinated against COVID-19.
Emma Vollrath, an ASU business student, launched Emma Lou, an athletic clothing brand selling yoga pants, sports bras and shorts, last year.
ASU updated COVID-19 guidance to require face coverings in "certain indoor settings," including classrooms where social distancing isn't possible.
Arizona has reported its highest case count in months as the University prepares to welcome thousands back on campus on Aug. 19.
As newly reported COVID-19 cases rise nationwide, ASU updated its mask guidelines to "strongly recommend" masking indoors in congruence with the CDC's mask guidelines.