In 2021, The State Press dove into viral, ASU-centered controversies, published its first documentary, first all-Spanish magazine and more. Here are our favorite pieces from last year.
Active COVID-19 cases at ASU increased to 501, more than doubling last week's number, a week before classes start.
Honorlock, the most recent addition to ASU's remote proctoring solutions, has drawn criticism from students and staff for the extent of its surveillance.
University employees, including all student workers, must be fully vaccinated or have a medical or religious exemption by Jan. 4.
Despite opposition from voters five years ago, ASU is planting its stake in downtown Mesa as residents continue to question its role in the community.
The ASU Police Department made an arrest Thursday in connection to damages to a Quran in Hayden Library.
ASU Women's Coalition says USG and University administration have dropped the ball on the menstrual equity project.
Students reported cockroaches, no running water and power outages at University House in Tempe, but some said they have not yet been compensated for the issues.
Students demanded ASU not readmit Kyle Rittenhouse, release a statement against white supremacy and support multicultural and sexual assault resource centers on campus.
Los casos de COVID-19 entre los estudiantes de ASU aumentan justo antes de las vacaciones de invierno
Los casos positivos de COVID-19 dentro del cuerpo estudiantil aumentaron mientras que los casos entre el personal disminuyeron justo antes del final del semestre.
Positive COVID-19 cases within the student body increased while cases among staff decreased just before the end of the semester.
With funding from the city of Phoenix, researchers will analyze call data to better assess who should respond to emergency calls that would normally go straight to Phoenix police officers.
City of Tempe and ASU construction work leaves student and staff commuters frustrated with extended commute times, unexpected road closures and rerouting.
An ASU fashion student designed a dress using recycled materials for a Dress for Success Phoenix fashion show.
Mack's Berry Shack is operated by a freshman architecture major out of the communal kitchen in the Adelphi Commons dorms on ASU's Tempe campus.
ASU investigation finds two MSC members violated code of conduct in multicultural space confrontation
In a press conference, the three students charged by ASU after an incident in the Tempe campus' multicultural space announced most of the charges were dropped.
As Downtown Phoenix ASU students look for jobs this winter break, here are job opportunities not too far from campus.
Research shows LGBTQ+ students are more likely to have student debt than non-LGBTQ+ students. This can mean a higher barrier to entry for higher education, ASU student groups said.