As students head back to ASU for another semester, COVID-19 positive cases in the school community continue to increase, even with fewer people on campus.
ASU President Michael Crow announced faculty teaching in-person will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine beginning on Jan. 11.
The provost will now have to approve any transition to Zoom only instruction for ASU Sync classes.
An ASU professor continues to claim the COVID-19 pandemic is not real and recently insulted a UA epidemiologist on Twitter.
Students have formed the ASU Mutual Aid Fund to help community members in need.
ASU's fall semester handling the coronavirus reflected much of what the state went through in the past five months.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announced that $115 million will be allocated to Arizona's three public universities to support their COVID-19 responses.
Collaborative thinking, innovation and perseverance were essential in five students' creation of the "Million Dollar Mask."
The ASU Community of Care Coalition is launching a new storytelling project to share the experiences of University workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Active COVID-19 cases continue to rise within the ASU community as Arizona receives its first shipment of vaccine doses.
University officials have called the fall semester a success, but for many faculty and students, it was not.
With another online graduation, ASU was left with no choice but to innovate a new augmented reality graduation.
Nearly 1,000 teams participated in the competition to create the best face mask, but ASU's top-five design may make it to the finish line.
With most students off-campus for winter break, the University still reports an increase in active COVID-19 cases.
Staff and faculty say SAILS operations haven't changed since going remote amid the pandemic, but for some students, new challenges have arisen from online learning.
ASU finished the fall semester with 3,357 cumulative COVID-19 cases reported within its community since Aug. 1.
University President Michael Crow said the semester was successful and more concrete plans for spring are still pending.
ASU has issued new testing protocols for students living on-campus in the spring semester.
While the whole world was trying to track down PPE and test supplies, the University moved quick in locking down vendors.
Despite social distancing policies, face-covering requirements, the Community of Care campaign and free testing, thousands of students and faculty have been infected since Aug. 1.