ASU engineering sophomore created a multitool to limit touching public spaces during the COVID-19 pandemic.
ASU announces remote instruction after Thanksgiving break, an earlier end to the semester and virtual commencement in a Friday email.
The University spent $20 million on housing refunds and credits and another $193,000 on one promotional video for the fall semester.
An inside look from a grocery worker's perspective of whether shoppers still adhere to COVID-19 guidelines.
Trans students have the added stress of fighting to be listened to and cared for by the healthcare industry during the coronavirus pandemic.
International students at ASU explain how they have been coping with homesickness compounded with isolation for the past several months.
Ryan Tisminezky takes a look behind the scenes of saliva-based COVID-19 testing at ASU.
ABOR approved a supplemental budget for FY 2021 and a state budget request for FY 2022 in its special board meeting on Thursday.
Forty Starship robots roam the Tempe campus, allowing students to order and receive food from 14 restaurants and POD Markets with contactless delivery.
Two class of 2021 students share what it's like to be a senior during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a Monday update, the University reported 478 active positive student cases and eight active positive employee cases.
Sororities moved the rush process online because of the pandemic.
Three ASU students, who put their degrees on pause due to COVID-19, talk about their decisions and its effects.
College students will continue to party, and ASU can't do much to stop it.
ASU students and instructors discuss the implications of Zoom etiquette.
The University announced Thursday there are 637 active COVID-19 cases within the ASU community.
Remote out-of-state students face challenges like time zone differences, staying connected with classmates and keeping up with their in-person peers.
President Crow sent a letter to the director of ADHS regarding potential violations of state guidelines on reopening Thursday.
The ASU community has had a total of 1,305 total cases of COVID-19 since Aug. 1, according to a Wednesday update.