Four connected antisemitic statements and symbols were found on the Downtown Phoenix campus on Wednesday morning, highlighting photographer Dmytro Kozatskyi, who has a history of posting antisemitic material.
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Former Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake is attempting to get Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer's defamation lawsuit thrown out, and she has ASU's First Amendment Clinic by her side.
Members of the Arizona Beta chapter of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity hosted a celebration of life Wednesday evening for their brother Brian Fraser, who was killed in the Michigan State University shooting on Feb. 13.
An anti-abortion activist was taken into custody by the Phoenix Police Department Tuesday morning after scaling the now vacant 40-story, 483-foot Chase Tower in downtown Phoenix, just a few blocks away from ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus. He faces criminal trespassing and nuisance charges.
The ASU Police Department arrested a man after he entered Taylor Place Saturday night and stole a student's laptop, court documents say.
University House is one of many off-campus apartments promoted by ASU that promised potential leasers amazing amenities and beautiful views.
President Michael Crow answered an array of questions about COVID-19, sexual assault and mental health resources on the Downtown Phoenix campus in a student forum on Wednesday held by Undergraduate Student Government Downtown and other representatives from the Associated Students of ASU.
Dozens of protesters gathered in front of Hayden Library on ASU's Tempe campus Friday to object to the University's new mask policy they claim to be "unlawful."
View our photos from the frontlines of Election Day as ASU students cast their ballots amid a pandemic.