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The Origins project, while under former ASU professor Lawrence Krauss, received about $250,000 from a foundation belonging t Jeffrey Epstein, the “science philanthropist” and registered sex offender who was recently indicted on charges of child sex trafficking, according to a new report from BuzzFeed News.
Many of the claims in Attorney General Mark Brnovich's lawsuit against the Arizona Board of Regents over ASU's practice of leasing tax-exempt public land to private businesses were dismissed by the Arizona Superior Court Tuesday.
ASU has been named one of nine recipients of the first “Seal of Excelencia” by the national Latino advocacy group Excelencia in Education.
After receiving numerous 911 calls, Officer Becky Garcia arrived to see an ASU student “making threats” on campus in a “manic state,” she said. Four officers surrounded the student, then Garcia recognized him and called out his name.
ASU Professor Frank Wilczek’s “eureka” moment for his Nobel Prize-winning discovery of asymptotic freedom did not come when he had his breakthrough in the equation in 1973 — he simply went to bed after that.
Just two weeks into college, class of 2021 nursing-hopefuls slumped in chairs sank even lower when they were told by a nursing administrator to consider changing their majors because of the limited number of positions open for the school's clinical program.
“happy thanksgiving. i'm thankful for my eventual death,” parody Twitter account @Lonely_Dad tweeted this past November to an applauding 3.9 thousand retweets.
The sunniest state in the nation rejected a historically progressive measure toward renewable energy which would have amended Arizona’s constitution to mandate that the state gets 50 percent of its energy from renewable sources by 2030.
Congress Republicans dropped part of the original tax bill Friday that would tax graduate student tuition waivers as income, relieving graduates across the country and more than 3,900 at ASU.
The Senate narrowly passed the Republican-backed tax reform bill early Saturday morning, creating uncertainty about how sweeping tax reform might impact college and graduate students.
ASU Provost and Executive Vice President Mark Searle sent an email to graduate students on Nov. 27 assuring them that the University is seeking changes to elements of the GOP tax plan that would count waivers and course reductions as taxable income.
On Nov. 16 the U.S. House of Representatives voted 227-205 to pass H.R. 1, known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, a tax reform bill that could take away many of the waivers and course reductions that graduate students rely on to help pay for their education.
Jenny McCluskey, a kinesiology junior, poses for a photo on the downtown Phoenix campus on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017.
Jenny McCluskey, a kinesiology junior, poses for a photo on the downtown campus on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017.
Domestic violence statistics gathered from the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
One in three women will experience physical violence by an intimate partner within their lifetimes, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
On Nov. 7 the Arizona electorate voted for several ballot measures that served as the first test of Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes' push for voter engagement, especially in youth — an effort also undertaken by clubs and foundations on campus.
ASU students came together on Thursday night to share varied experiences such as coming out as gay to your parents, treating your neighbors kindly, escaping civil war in Eritrea and conquering PTSD as of means of sparking larger conversation and bringing students closer together.
Many in Tempe have likely seen the Volvo SUVs with automated driving technology up top and the Uber label on its side doors.