The reversal from a federal appeals court said the University may have discriminated based on sex in a 2014 sexual misconduct case.
Gov. Doug Ducey announced Thursday at a press conference that ASU has partnered with the state to provide saliva-based COVID-19 testing throughout the state.
Maricopa County's primary and general elections will feature an increase in mail-in ballot voting due to concerns over COVID-19.
ASU Online students are excited about the prospect of proposing and creating an exclusive student government.
In USGT's first special session, senators passed three resolutions which asked the University to distribute CARES Act money, updated bylaws and confirmed senators.
Tempe City Council did not approve all budget adjustments needed to assist the city through economic fallout caused by COVID-19 but will revisit the issue in August.
President Donald Trump visited Arizona for a third time this year to talk to students after the state saw a record rise in COVID-19 cases.
A third lawsuit against ABOR asks each in-state university to refund students for the classes and services they lost during COVID-19.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled the Trump administration cannot end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, but ASU DACA recipients are still wary.
In a meeting with The State Press Thursday, Crow discussed changes that will be made to campus due to COVID-19 this fall.
A final reassessment decision ruled the Palmer ticket next in line to hold USGT executive office, over a month after three other campuses concluded their elections.
ASU President Michael Crow joined 13 other university presidents to discuss the reopening of universities throughout the country with White House officials last week.