Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio faced protesters and gave a wide-reaching speech on his perspective on other topics at an event hosted by College Republicans United at Arizona State (CRU), sparking controversy based on his history of racial profiling.
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The Associated Students of ASU will vote on amendments to the election code that could unite graduate and undergraduate student governments and change the necessary qualifications to become University leadership.
Arizona’s minimum wage is set to increase from $13.85 to $14.35 on Jan. 1, 2024.
Tempe has approved an agreement to preserve the Hayden Flour Mill and develop the surrounding area.
Mahsa "Jina" Amini became a martyr last year in the fight for increased women's rights in Iran. Her memory lives on for Iranian Americans in Arizona.
ASU's Center for an Independent and Sustainable Democracy completed a new study that showed common ground among voters across the aisle supporting more election reform after the 2022 election, despite overall trust in the outcome.
Arizona's rising semiconductor manufacturing industry was the prime focus for engineering experts and politicians during the seventh annual ASU Congressional Conference, hosted at the Tempe campus on Aug. 15.
After multiple heat related incidents occurred on local trails, the City of Phoenix proposed implementing a new heat safety program which would extend trail closures between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. year-round, when a heat emergency is declared by the National Weather Service.
I wake up to my leg throbbing in pain. It's early February and I didn't get home from work until one in the morning. I am beyond tired and the last thing I need is a lump on the inside of my leg. The lump had been concerning me for weeks and sent sharp pain down to my toes.
The study of behavioral genetics is a complex subject that has often excluded racial ethnic minority groups. In spite of this, psychology students at ASU, like Belal Jamil, have been working to fill these gaps in research.
Being located in the middle of the desert, marine biology is not the first thing associated with ASU. However, 200 miles from the nearest ocean, ASU is still making monumental advancements in shark conservation technology.
Recent discoveries made by the ASU-led team behind the Curiosity rover suggest that in order to further investigate Mars, humans may soon need to join their robotic companions in space.
Kathleen Merrigan is a professor at ASU and the executive director of the Swette Center for Sustainable Food Systems, whose work focuses on expanding sustainable food access and student involvement in its policies.
With their dietary choice alone, students have more power to influence environmental health than they think. Going plant-based, while difficult, has the opportunity to make a big dent in greenhouse gas levels.