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Kenzie Johnson, Bishop campaign candidate for vice president of policy, speaks during the Tempe Undergraduate Student Government debate held in the North Plaza of the Memorial Union on Wednesday, March 23, 2016. She is joined on stage by presidential candidate Brandon Bishop, center, and his vice president of services John Lauro, right.
Presidential candidate Grady Eldridge speaks during the Tempe Undergraduate Student Government debate held in the North Plaza of the Memorial Union on Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Tempe Undergraduate Student Government elections commissioner Anthony Zlaket moderates the USG debate held in the North Plaza of the Memorial Union on Wednesday, March 23, 2016.
An interview with Ryan O'Hara, the candidate for president of USG Polytechnic.
An interview with Jackson Dangremond, the only candidate for president of USG Downtown.
There are four candidates for USG president on the Tempe campus, each with a vice president of policy and a vice president of services. We sat down with each to talk about their platforms.
Undergraduate Student Government Tempe voted Tuesday to recommend a $5 increase in the student programming fee, as well as voting to appropriate certain club funds.
Tempe Undergraduate Student Government recommended the Student Athletic Fee and to table the vote on the Student Programming Fee.
The student athletic fee and student programming fee are under review in the coming weeks.
Applications for Undergraduate Student Government elections are open, and the deadline is Feb. 26.
Pending Tempe USG approval, the student programming fee would increase from $25 to $30, while the student athletic fee sits at $75.
The fee would increase from $25 to $30, garnering a extra $600,000 across the four campuses.
Tempe USG President Isaac Miller leads a question-and-answer session with the Tempe Residence Hall Association on Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016.
Tempe USG voted down a bill Tuesday that would change the appropriations process to acknowledge that many pieces of media are available for free in the public domain.
Ryan Boyd, vice president of policy for USGD, has asked the Court to determine whether the Council violated two sections of the USG Constitution.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration announced last week that Arizona State University would be one of several institutions to design and operate small spacecraft that will fly with NASA's newest rocket, the Space Launch System.
An interview with USG Downtown Phoenix President Corina Tapscott on her presidency, education, and the challenges and opportunities of the Downtown Phoenix campus.
Undergraduate Student Government Downtown President Corina Tapscott poses for a portrait on Saturday, Feb. 13, 2016, in the Student Center in the Post Office in downtown Phoenix.
The man and his friend walked across a light rail bridge with no trespassing signs posted throughout, police reported.