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Education has a cost.
Lawrence Krauss, a scientist and professor at ASU’s School of Earth and Space Exploration who’s garnered popularity for books and lectures on physics and atheism, has been put on paid leave, according to an ASU statement.
The Thunderbird School of Global Management will be moving to Arizona State University's downtown Phoenix campus next to the Beus Center for Law and Society, according to a University spokesman.
In this episode of The Forks Estate, politics editor Allie Bice discusses her recent story on recipients of the Obama administration program, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, also known as DACA.
Get to know the Leonardi 2017 ticket, one of two tickets running in this year’s Undergraduate Student Government elections on the West campus. Attilio Leonardi, business data analytics sophomore, is running to be the USGW president, alongside vice president of policy candidate and global management sophomore, Daniel E. Rule, and vice president of services candidate and biology junior Paul Max Putnam.
Belen Sisa, a political science junior and undocumented immigrant protected under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, took to Facebook Sunday morning to tell her followers she pays her taxes.
Voting for USG executive and senatorial candidates is in motion. Students will be able to vote on their mobile phones or computers, but polling stations for students will also be at each of ASU’s four campuses.
Undergraduate Student Government West executive ticket candidates disagreed on how to handle campus club requirements and the budget during Wednesday’s debate.
In this episode of The Forks Estate, politics editors Allie Bice and Chris Wood break down the choices for the executive tickets in this year’s Undergraduate Student Government elections.
Get to know the Snider ticket, one of two tickets running in this year’s Undergraduate Student Government elections on the West campus. Natasha Snider, a forensic and biology sophomore, is running for USGW President. Snider’s running alongside Frank Melgar, a business communication sophomore, as the Vice President of Policy and Michael Childs, a communication junior, as the Vice President of Services.
Get to know the Anderson 2017 ticket, the only ticket to be running in this year’s Undergraduate Student Government elections on the Polytechnic campus. Julia Anderson, a history and english junior, is campaigning to be USGP’s next President, alongside Jacob Phillabaum, an engineering sophomore running for Vice President of Services and James Larson, an engineering junior running for Vice President of Policy.
Campaign season for Undergraduate Student Government has officially begun. Below is a guide to the candidates running for executive positions at each one of ASU’s four campuses. Voting for your campus’ USG executives will take place March 28 and 29 and winners will be announced on March 30. Students will be able to vote on their mobile phones or computers.
President Donald Trump’s most recent executive order temporarily banning immigration from six Muslim-majority countries and halting the issuance of student visas prompted an ASU official to notify faculty about how to proceed with potentially affected students.
This week, The Forks Estate focuses on President Donald Trump's relationship with the media, and politics reporter Mitchell Atencio explains stories he wrote about how journalists are reacting to the president's attitude.
In this week's "minisode," politics editor Allie Bice discusses an on-campus demonstration against the Mexico City policy, also known as the global gag rule. The policy restricts U.S. funding to overseas aid groups that provide abortions or promote abortion as an option in family planning. Reporters Chris McCrory and Joe Leonard covered the demonstration.
This week, The Forks Estate focuses on SB 1384, a bill that would grant greater freedoms to student journalists in Arizona high schools, and former host Joshua Bowling explains bills in the state.
ASU student Oscar Hernandez said he felt he didn't do enough to prevent the election of President Donald Trump, a president that could potentially change his life.
Twenty-four Phoenix community leaders were sworn into a committee Wednesday that will work to end HIV as a major public health threat by 2030.
The Forks Estate is back for the Spring semester! Join hosts and new politics editors Allie Bice and Chris Wood as they talk about Inauguration Day, the Women's March in Phoenix and HB 2260, a bill that could prevent students from voting.