Phoenix Children's Hospital and ASU social work graduate students began a partnership for interns to learn both the clinical and medical sides of social work with children.
A new ASU club is working with refugees in Arizona to work guide them through the college application process.
ABOR está demandando a Sundt Construction en nombre de ASU después de alegar que la compañía construyó mal la piscina en el Sun Devil Fitness Complex en el campus del centro de Phoenix, lo que provocó el cierre de la piscina.
Three ASU Edson College nursing students received a scholarship from the Arizona Lottery, promoting the education of nursing professionals in the state.
ASU students stay connected to their cultures through friends who come from similar backgrounds.
ASU won't be able to require the COVID vaccine unless state law changes or the University challenges the law in court.
Pitchfork Pantry is looking to establish a central location on all ASU campuses, despite little support from University administration.
The ASU Police Department introduced Cop Check, a new way to report police misconduct on campus through the LiveSafe app.
ASU maintains its standing as No. 1 in innovation in the 2021 U.S. News and World Report rankings for the seventh year in a row.
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.