Some fraternities have recovered from University sanctions with the help of their national organizations, while others faced more serious consequences for violating the ASU code of conduct.
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Mill Avenue is expected to open by 6:30 p.m. after a fire Thursday at My Big Fat Greek Restaurant closed it from University Drive to Rio Salado Parkway, Tempe officials said.
Several ASU sororities have faced disciplinary sanctions from the University and their national organizations in the past few years.
Alpha Drive, once a communal area shared by ASU fraternities, has become akin to an elephant graveyard.
Police departments from across the Valley spoke to ASU students on the Tempe campus about public safety topics ranging from loud party violations to campus safety in the case of an active gunman at a panel in Old Main on Monday evening.
Several State Press editorial board members accepted awards on behalf of the newspaper and its staff at the Society of Professional Journalists conference in Las Vegas on Saturday. This conference yielded several awards for The State Press – first place in the best all-around student newspaper, best affiliated website, column writing and general news photography categories as well as second place in the breaking news photography and photo illustration categories.
ASU President Michael Crow held a Q&A; session Tuesday afternoon on the Downtown campus to address University concerns ranging from a lack of hot water in a residence hall to the new Sparky design that has inspired controversy among students, alumni and campus leaders.
House Bill 2086 would require that cities regularly check on and maintain parking meters like this one on Gammage Parkway and South Forest Avenue to ensure they are functioning properly. Rep. Chad Campbell, D-Phoenix, authored the bill in frustration after parking meters in downtown Phoenix stole his change. (Photo by Ashley Kesweder)
(Photo courtesy of ASU Undergraduate Student Government)
The Arizona Board of Regents Academic Affairs Committee discussed challenges and benefits of the three public universities' various online programs Wednesday afternoon in the the Tempe campus Memorial Union.
CNN national security analyst Peter Bergen gives a lecture on the 'war on terror' in the Middle East at Old Main on Thursday, Jan. 31 (Photo by Abhiram Chandrashekar)
ASU Police reported the following incidents Thursday.
Patrons may soon be able to order beer with their "pinner" at the Tempe Cheba Hut, the oldest location in a franchise of marijuana-themed sandwich shops.
The ASU campus in Lake Havasu City is scheduled to open for the fall 2012 semester, but plans for a Payson campus have stalled.
The Arizona Department of Health Services announced Thursday that it was denying patient petitions to add depression, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder and migraines to the list of conditions eligible for medical marijuana treatment.
A team of two graduate students, one undergraduate student and an ASU alumnus traveled to Sydney to pitch their social entrepreneur idea, called FlashFood, at Microsoft's annual Imagine Cup July 6-10.
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio was at the Tent City Protest in South Phoenix on June 23 to provide comments to the media regarding the controversial Senate Bill 1070 and immigration concerns in the state. (Photo by Shawn Raymundo)
Several state officials and students expressed support for the LGBT community last week after Gov. Jan Brewer requested the supreme court hear a case regarding the constitutionality of an Arizona law eliminating domestic partnership benefits for state employees.
ASU Police reported the following incidents Friday: An unknown person committed burglary and property damage at the 700 block of East Apache Road in the afternoon of July 7, according to a police report. The unknown person entered through the unlocked patio door of a Vista Del Sol apartment, police said. When one of the apartment residents arrived home in the evening of July 7, he found the living room TV and his roommate's TV, Xbox and an Xbox controller were missing, police said. Upon further examination, one of the other apartment residents indicated three pairs of shoes and a Chase ATM Debit Card were missing, according to police. The residents told police they also found a broken scented candle on the floor when they arrived home, police said. The residents told police they always lock the patio door, but weren't sure if it had been locked while they were gone, according to police. There was no sign of forced entry in the apartment, police said. According to police, the unknown person stole approximately $1,135 from the residents. Police are waiting to review surveillance tapes from Vista Del Sol to determine the unknown person's identity. An unknown person committed theft on the second floor of the Memorial Union Tuesday afternoon, according to a police report. The unknown person stole a black Iphone 4G from a woman after the woman forgot her phone at a table in a seating area, police said. Upon realizing she left her phone behind, the woman went back to the table and could not locate it, according to police. The woman attempted to track her phone, but still could not locate it, police said. The woman said the phone has a maroon case with a picture of her daughters on the main screen, according to police. Police estimated the woman's phone was worth approximately $150. Reports compiled by Danielle Grobmeier.