A large grass plot in Civic Space Park, south of the Student Center @ The Post Office on the Downtown Phoenix campus, was vandalized Wednesday when grass was destroyed in the shape of the Star of David. Indiscernible symbols were also marked into the interior of the cutout.
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We're going to get old. Time will move forward, creases will become more prominent and we will learn to say more 'goodbyes' than 'hellos.' The way I plan to prevent this? Befriending people of all ages.
Jevin Hodge will take over the empty Legislative District 8 seat in the Arizona House of Representatives after a decision made by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors on Jan. 31.
Tempe PD said it is currently investigating a potential shooting outside the El Paisano Market, commonly known as El P's, near 1031 E. Lemon St.
Former Maricopa County sheriff Joe Arpaio will visit the University to speak about his time as sheriff and discuss topics such as immigration, drugs and sex trafficking.
An Undergraduate Student Government meeting was adjourned abruptly after some people involved in a rally supporting Palestine outside the Memorial Union threw rocks at the second-floor window to the room where the meeting was being held.
United Campus Workers of Arizona is gathering signatures on a petition to ban Turning Point USA from Arizona university campuses.
Students, faculty and members of ASU's leadership have expressed their disdain towards Turning Point USA after ASUPD said a professor was assaulted on campus earlier this month.
Students and advocates united together on Saturday morning in front of Old Main at the "All Out for Palestine" rally as conflict continues in the Israel-Palestine region.
Students, faculty frustrated with Turning Point USA and ASU after altercation involving faculty member
ASU students and faculty said they are frustrated about the lack of safety and communication from the University regarding an incident involving queer instructor David Boyles and members of Turning Point USA.
Students united in support of Palestine at the "Day of Resistance" rally as tensions continue in the Israel-Palestine region.
Tempe City Council has proposed an amendment to the city's anti-discrimination ordinance regarding the use of a housing choice voucher.
Conservative figures Charlie Kirk, Dennis Prager and others return to campus after months of controversy
Dennis Prager and Charlie Kirk returned to ASU at the "Health, Wealth & Happiness 2.0" event after months of controversy. The event, which was free to ASU students, was hosted in Katzin Music Hall on the Tempe campus.
University President Michael Crow wrote Turning Point USA President Charlie Kirk a letter asking that he remove ASU professors from his "professor watchlist" after multiple professors received threats.
Charlie Kirk and Dennis Prager, two conservative public figures, will be returning to speak at ASU after an event they held last February was protested by Barrett Honors faculty.
The Arizona Supreme Court opened up the conversation last week to bring back a near total abortion ban from 1864 after the Arizona Court of Appeals blocked the ban almost a year prior.
Joint state legislative committee gives University 60 days to investigate Prager event and T.W. Lewis Center
State lawmakers, political and social activists, and University faculty gathered at the state capitol for a joint legislative committee hearing in the wake of the recent dissolution of the T.W. Lewis Center at Barrett, the Honors College.
T.W. Lewis Center for Personal Development at Barrett, the Honors College was dissolved on June 30. The creator and main benefactor of the center is terminating funding, resulting in the center's closure.
Reem Elsaad has been the management and administrative intern for the mayor's office since summer 2022. She has been getting an up-close view at the council's work and the way the mayor's office operates.
Gov. Katie Hobbs began her 100th day in office on Wednesday with a worn-out veto stamp and a desire for progress on an official budget.