ASU earns an award for its sustainability initiatives and its program's efforts to educate teachers about ways they can implement sustainability in schools.
Proud2beme, a club that opened last November on the Downtown campus, is encouraging body positivity
A student organization wants to educate the ASU community so students and faculty can understand the University's diverse population.
The new ASU chapter of CURE University brings healing, both medical and spiritual, to places it is unavailable.
The Mixed Martial Arts Club offers students a chance to practice their skills and spar with each other.
Starting April 1, ASU police officers will wear special edition teal badges for Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
The Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Preschool will close this summer after years of operation at the University.
ASU and Hospice of the Valley are offering a course to have students act as caretakers for Alzheimer's patients.
ICE officials confirmed that the Chinese national is set to be deported following his arrest and conviction for taking pictures in an ASU women's bathroom.
April is Asian/Asian Pacific American Heritage Month at ASU and clubs are ready to share their traditions and cultures.
In the presence of three Arizona Board of Regents members, students weighed in on President Crow's proposed tuition increases.