Clowns, Starbucks cups and spit samples. It's an average day in an ASU COVID-19 testing center.
ASU’s triathlon team battles stagnancy amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
As holiday season nears, ASU professors warn students about potential superspreader events and advise getting tested before visiting family.
Active COVID-19 cases within the community increased again, according to an update Monday night.
Getting selected for random COVID-19 testing has left many off-campus students feeling confused and frustrated.
University officials said ASU is not seeing enough student compliance with random testing as active cases jump within the community.
Arts and culture events in Tempe and Phoenix saw a wave of cancellations in the spring and many are seeing another as cases rise again.
Despite the large number of ballots cast throughout Maricopa County, voters at ASU's Tempe campus faced short lines and few issues at the polling place.
Once again, active COVID-19 cases rose, and so did the number of party citations issues to ASU students.
The lack of closed captions in online courses is an example of the University's failure to innovate higher education during distanced learning.
Travel bans can't put a stop to a new kind of Global Virtual Internship program that allows you to study abroad from behind a computer screen.
Tempe Mayor Corey Woods presented a virtual state of the city address as part of his first term as mayor on Oct. 30.
The University is encouraging students to still follow COVID-19 guidelines this Halloween weekend.
Students are stressed and tired after a semester with few breaks, challenging classroom environments and a shortened semester.
Active COVID-19 cases increased to 86 within the ASU community, according to an update from the University Thursday night.
A student- and faculty-produced simulation game walks players through daily choices to prevent spread of COVID-19.
A recent poll shows the severity of the pandemic's impacts on Arizona nonprofits, but some are persevering through hardships to continue operating.
Active COVID-19 cases continue to decline among students but remain the same among employees.
How can we be kinder, and more effectively at that?
Current ASU students share their experiences being alone during quarantine and isolation and the impact it had on their mental health.