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Tempe residents and students woke up Sunday morning to ASU's iconic gold "A" on Hayden Butte vandalized with the UA's school colors. The "A" also had UA's slogan — "bear down" but with a downward-pointing arrow — in scribbled scarlet letters, with paint cans and rollers left behind at the scene.
To succeed in today's higher education landscape, ASU President Michael Crow sees one path forward: "Innovate or fail."
ASU President Michael Crow and Tempe Mayor Corey Woods — along with members of the Tempe City Council, ASU administration and more — held their first public meeting since 2019 to discuss Tempe's development and potential as "a host for a global institution" as the city that houses ASU's primary campus.
The past four years for the Arizona Superior Court judge who ruled in favor of the retirement home Mirabella at ASU in its lawsuit against Shady Park have been controversial, to say the least.
A lot has happened since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade this summer, the 1973 case that held people have a constitutional right to abortion.
A former ASU student who sued the Arizona Board of Regents claiming the University violated Title IX — a federal civil rights law enforced by the U.S. Department of Education that prohibits discrimination based on gender in educational programs receiving government funding — may be able to bring his case to a federal jury trial after over four years since filing the lawsuit.
Cuando el presidente Michael Crow llegó a ASU, tenía una nueva visión para la educación superior, con los elevados objetivos de transformar la sociedad, crear investigación con “propósito e impacto” y permitir el éxito de los estudiantes. Pero su visión enfrentó un obstáculo inmediato: El dinero.
When President Michael Crow came to ASU, he had a new vision for higher education, with the lofty goals of transforming society, creating research with “purpose and impact,” and enabling student success. But his vision faced an immediate roadblock: money.
ASU spent over $400,000 lobbying in support of bills in the California State Legislature that could open access to Pell grants and other federal financial aid to students attending the ASU California Center in downtown Los Angeles.
The details of Arizona’s reproductive policy are uncertain following the overturn of Roe v. Wade as state lawmakers struggle to choose between two conflicting abortion laws in the books: one passed this year and another passed before Arizona’s statehood.
ASU senior redshirt defensive lineman Stanley Lambert was booked and released on DUI-related charges after allegedly hitting and killing a pedestrian with a car early Saturday morning, according to Scottsdale police.
After this year's Undergraduate Student Government election results were announced on March 31, The State Press analyzed the platforms of all four winning USG executive tickets and 20 of 40 senate candidates who responded to requests for comment.
The majority of Undergraduate Student Government Tempe representatives for the 2022-23 school year will be involved in Greek life. For USGT's next term, 80% of USGT representatives are members of a social fraternity or sorority, with 65% of the representatives being in the fraternity Sigma Nu.
In the year since ASU workers founded a chapter of the United Campus Workers Arizona, the union has struggled to capture the attention of University administrators to implement change at ASU.
The Undergraduate Student Governments at all four main ASU campuses announced their 2022 election results Thursday. All executive tickets ran unopposed for the first time in at least nine years, while a total of 40 students ran for 35 out of 65 open Senate seats.
Young Democrats at ASU has organized its first feminine hygiene drive, with all proceeds going to the Halle Women's Center, a chapter of the UMOM New Day Centers that hosts single women experiencing homelessness.
A total of 29 students are running for 18 our of 22 available positions to represent their colleges in the 2022 Undergraduate Student Government Tempe Senate election.
The executive ticket in the 2022 election for Undergraduate Student Government Tempe has no competition — Andrew Kalthoff, Brooke Meier and Morgann Kelly make up the sole ticket running. Kalthoff is running for president, Meier is running for vice president of service and Kelly is running for vice president of policy.
Undergraduate Student Government Tempe voted Tuesday to change its bylaws to add clauses that more clearly define what is considered partisan and how to handle legislation deemed partisan.
In preparation for upcoming state elections, several ASU student organizations hosted a Civic Engagement Summit to help high school students create a voter registration drive and become more active voters on Friday. Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego and state Rep. Mitzi Epstein, D-Tempe, spoke at the event.