The COVID-19 vaccine requirement came in response to President Joe Biden's executive order on Sept. 9 that required all federal employees and contractors to be vaccinated.
One of three projects at the Thunderbird School of Global Management plans to welcome Afghan refugee students from the Asian University of Women.
After a year of hybrid learning, questions — and complicated feelings — have arisen as students returned for fall semester. Has ASU's COVID response been clear? Listen to episode one of the new miniseries from The State Press here.
Jenny's Trailer offers heat relief for people experiencing homelessness through an environmentally friendly cooling trailer found in Tempe parks. The project was put together with a collaboration between ASU's EPICS students and the city of Tempe.
March For Our Lives ASU hosted a panel discussing the relationship between mental health and gun violence.
Coding for a Social Good gives students the opportunity to develop their own apps that benefits Arizona populations.
The LIFT Report was released Friday more than a year after ASU announced plans to address inequality at the University.
The Chinese Student and Scholars Association aims to bring Chinese international students together with the festival.
ASU launched synchronous ASU Sync degree programs for select programs in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College and is using those degrees as a pilot program for future Sync-only degrees.
Here is the breakdown of our sourcing from the Spring 2021 semester and what we're working on for the Fall 2021 semester.
The Asian Medical Student Organization is hosting its first culturally-rooted event to bring the East and Southeast Asian tradition of the Moon Festival to the ASU community. AMSO's mission to provide ASU medical students with opportunities to make connections in the Asian community.
ASU alumna Sarah Jedlowski works for the Green New Deal Network to get young voters involved in the fight for climate justice.
ASU no podrá exigir la vacuna contra COVID a menos que la ley estatal cambie o la Universidad impugne la ley en los tribunales.