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Student protesters gathered at the "Killer Off Our Campus" protest in the Nelson Fine Arts Center courtyard Wednesday demanding ASU deny Kyle Rittenhouse further enrollment, make statements denouncing white supremacy and redirect funding from the ASU Police Department to support multicultural and sexual assault resource centers on campus.
After previously taking classes as a non-degree-seeking student through ASU Online, Kyle Rittenhouse is now "not currently enrolled in classes at ASU," according to University spokesperson Jay Thorne.
ASU researchers tasked with analyzing the Phoenix Police Department's call data will determine who is best suited to respond to calls over the course of the next year with funding from part of the city's general fund set aside for police reforms.
State Press Photo Editor Alex Gould and Multimedia Director Zach Van Arsdale imitate a scene from "The French Dispatch."
ABBA performing a sold out show on ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus on Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2021.
Kyle Rittenhouse — who is on trial for shooting three people resulting in two deaths during a Black Lives Matter demonstration in Wisconsin last summer — is in fact an ASU student, but he's not in the nursing program.
An ASU student filed a lawsuit against Arizona Board of Regents and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Dean Patrick Kenney claiming the board and University have illegally "required, and continue to require, mandatory face covering usage" as a condition to his and other students' participation in classes.
ASU's Police Department referred misdemeanor charges for four people to the Maricopa County Attorney's Office Oct. 12 after completing an investigation into those who followed and recorded Sen. Kyrsten Sinema into a campus bathroom on Oct. 3.
Frustrated students represented in Congress by Arizona's Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema don't plan to stop approaching her in public and demanding explanations on her policy positions any time soon.
ASU President Michael Crow will get an 8% raise on his base salary, increasing his pay by more than $55,000 to reach just over $770,000. The Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) decided unanimously Thursday, taking no questions or comments at its meeting.
In a district court this week, a jury awarded ASU faculty member Nicholas Alozie $357,000 in his lawsuit against the University and the Arizona Board of Regents, in which he claimed he had not been given a deanship because he was African American and had submitted a written statement on diversity when applying.
When Claire McWilliams returns to her classroom, a lot of little things won't be the same — students studying travel and tourism will be encouraged to bring in more technology, and visiting lecturers will Zoom in from cities and states far away from Arizona.
The University sent the Department of Education, current students and employees an updated and revised version of the 2020 Annual Security Report Friday afternoon. The changes come after the DOE reviewed a complaint from a student involving an alleged on-campus rape and found ASU in violation of federal campus safety laws under the Clery Act.
The U.S. Department of Education found ASU in violation of federal campus safety laws under the Clery Act involving an alleged on-campus rape a survivor reported to campus police in February 2020, according to documents recently obtained and shared with The State Press.
Each year, a cohort of about 10 ASU scholarship recipients complete a service project focusing on one important issue in the community. This year, as the COVID-19 pandemic required students of all ages to stream lectures from home and meet their peers through a screen, the ASU Gammage Scholars focused their efforts on the digital divide.
As students returned to campus in August 2020, showing proof of a negative COVID-19 test at move-in and not yet understanding the three versions of ASU Sync they'd be subject to, they settled into a reality that some days felt like science fiction.
In a meeting with about a dozen current students at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Battinto L. Batts Jr., a leading candidate in the school's search for a permanent dean, expressed his mission and goals for the institution.
ASU President Michael Crow said in a meeting with The State Press Wednesday the University remains flexible heading into the Fall 2021 semester but will prepare for a return to a "new normal."
The Arizona Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the Arizona Board of Regents Tuesday in a challenge over the construction and tax payments of a new hotel and conference center on state property near campus.
Don Heider, the second dean candidate finalist for the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, met with a group of students invited to meet with him Monday.