ASU should expand scholarship options for students affected by parental incarceration and other adversities.
Two years of COVID-19 learning changed the way some teachers approach assignments and teaching a class.
Women's Only Training Hours at the SDFC offer a dedicated space for women to work out while also offering personal trainers, wellness workshops and more.
The Shroom Society at ASU educates members on mycology, the study of fungi, through foraging trips, mushroom growing events, education sessions and guest speakers.
Friday night's atmosphere at Mullett Arena showed a passion for Sun Devil hockey the team has never felt before.
ASU President Michael Crow spoke to The State Press Thursday regarding student housing, ASU football, state funding and more.
Sen. Mark Kelly campaigned on ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus Friday, emphasizing the importance of the youth vote.
Former ASU football head coach Herm Edwards has come to an agreement with the University to take a 50% buyout of his contract.
USG asks students to vote on whether or not to include online students and pass a nondiscrimination statement.
Screenwriter and producer Scott Steindorff and ASU professor Chris LaMont are coming to the Mesa campus to teach aspiring filmmakers how to achieve success in their field.
ASU, Crow said, was living up to its contract and duty to provide the public with information on both Katie Hobbs and Kari Lake.
Nursing students speak on the the struggles of finding transportation to their consistent required clinical experiences.
Students and experts worry that recent voting laws passed by the Arizona Legislature will negatively impact youth voting.
ASU professors weigh in with their thoughts after Chegg changed its policy on the student information it provides to universities and professors.
Republican candidate for governor Kari Lake condemned Arizona PBS's choice to schedule an interview with Democratic rival Katie Hobbs in a speech at ASU.
ASU challenges the steady decline in rates of Arizona high school graduates attending college as current ASU students share their own experiences.
Iranian students took part in a Tempe protest against the Islamic regime in Iran and call for more action and outreach from ASU.
A student protest, lawsuit, letters and updated Title IX regulation add to abortion controversy and confusion across Arizona.
Construction is booming at ASU with over 150 projects occurring on and around the campuses, including new academic and residential buildings.