Gov. Doug Ducey laid out his priorities for the year in his eighth and final State of the State address on Monday, but he did not address COVID-19 cases spiking across the state.
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While senators in Undergraduate Student Government work to pass resolutions they hope prevent mistakes from occurring next semester during the election, a large part of the process is left up to the executive branch who only recently named an elections commissioner, breaking the process laid out in the elections code for the position.
Cities across the country could have more minority-owned businesses if they eased policy and regulation related to starting one, said an economist who analyzed research from ASU's Center for the Study of Economic Liberty.
Tempe Mayor Corey Woods highlighted the city's accomplishments and challenges in COVID-19 management, sustainability, accessible transportation and affordable housing at the 23rd annual State of the City Address Friday.
The Tempe Police Department will likely receive its accreditation renewal from the Arizona Law Enforcement Accreditation Program (ALEAP) in spring 2022, said Tempe City Councilmember Joel Navarro Nov. 3 at a discussion about the process and the department's attempts at de-escalation.
During a meeting Wednesday, Young Democratic Socialists of America at ASU announced plans for its Green New Deal divestment campaign, a student-led effort encouraging the University to end its investments in fossil fuel companies and provide more transparent information about them.
Tempe cambiará los nombres de espacios públicos vinculados a un afiliado del KKK de la década de 1920
La ciudad de Tempe está en el proceso de cambiar los nombres de varias calles, parques y escuelas que llevan el nombre de líderes comunitarios que fueron miembros de un afiliado del Ku Klux Klan en Tempe durante la década de 1920.
The city of Tempe is now in the process of changing the names of several streets, parks and schools named after community leaders who were members of a Tempe chapter of the Ku Klux Klan during the 1920s.
In response to mental health stigma that follows news of mass shootings, March For Our Lives ASU collaborated with other student organizations specializing in mental health to create the first Mental Health Awareness Forum, an opportunity for students to learn how addressing mental health can impact gun violence.
Several ASU student organizations, including ASU Young Democrats, Planned Parenthood Generation Action at ASU, ASU Society of Women Engineers and Socialist Revolution at ASU, participated in the Women's March Phoenix on Saturday to protest for abortion access.
Undergraduate Student Government Tempe and Downtown have failed throughout the semester to follow its own bylaws in posting senate agendas and meeting minutes on time.
Múltiples grupos educativos de Arizona, junto con algunos profesores individuales de ASU, son demandantes en una orden judicial presentada el 12 de agosto contra el estado en un intento de evitar que las cláusulas relacionadas con COVID en los proyectos de ley de conciliación presupuestaria se promulguen a finales de este mes, el 29 de septiembre.
Members of ASU’s political organizations, various students and professors, all with the intent of discussing politically divisive social issues, gathered in the Senita Ballroom for the third annual Bridge the Gap event Thursday.
Multiple Arizona education groups, along with some individual ASU faculty, are plaintiffs in an injunction filed Aug. 12 against the state in an attempt to stop COVID-related clauses in budget reconciliation bills from being enacted later this month on Sept. 29.
Adrian Fontes, Democratic Secretary of State candidate and former Maricopa County Recorder, expressed his dedication to advocacy for young voters, serving underrepresented communities and "protecting this democracy" Friday at an ASU Young Democrats general meeting.
Applications for boards and committees through the Associated Students of ASU and its Council of Presidents opened in early August and closed earlier this week. Boards and committees range from focusing on family resources, game day operations, disability advocacy and awareness, technology, sustainability and more.