The Democratic party spent the week celebrating historic election results as numerous news outlets are projecting Democratic and BIPOC candidates across the state will take office.
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ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus did not have its own polling location on Election Day like ASU's other campuses, but students in the downtown area still made sure to get involved in the general election.
Tempe Mayor Corey Woods gave his first State of the City address broadcasted virtually on Oct. 30, highlighting Tempe's obstacles and accomplishments since his inauguration.
The Tohono O'odham Nation announced on Monday it will be donating $1 million to progress COVID-19 testing and research at ASU.
2020 thus far has already been loaded with issues concerning a global pandemic and an ongoing racial justice movement calling for systemic reform.
There are two candidates running in the race to represent Arizona's 8th Congressional District.
Here is a rundown of the candidates running for the 2020 legislative election for District 20. District 20 encompasses much of east Glendale and North Phoenix, including the ASU West campus.
From afternoon naps sheltered by grass huts in Thailand to cultural celebrations activated by sacred temples across the world, Wanda Dalla Costa has experienced how dozens of countries have found ways to reconcile architecture with cultural preservation.
Amid an unmistakably momentous election season, Sukhmani Singh, a senior double majoring in political science and sustainability, said this year's heightened and divided political climate has made her realize voting was not the only way to enact change during the 2020 election.
When Lourdes Pereira attended a healing ceremony with the Hia-Ced O'odham at their sacred land located by the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, she marveled at the light tan sand, tall green trees and cerulean sky reflecting in the A'al Vappia, a spring sacred to her tribe.
Although challenged by an almost completely remote student body, ASU Undergraduate Student Governments and the Civic Engagement Coalition are finding ways to engage students in the 2020 general election.
The Arizona Board of Regents approved ASU's budget request for the fiscal year 2021, proposed by President Michael Crow during a special board meeting Thursday.
President Michael Crow announced a series of actions to support Black students, faculty and staff in a newsletter sent to the ASU community on Wednesday in response to recent calls for the University to step up its efforts to address systemic racism.
President Michael Crow addressed questions on an extended Thanksgiving break, a new COVID-19 test and the University's plan to convene an Advisory Council on African American Affairs among other initiatives in the first student forum of the semester on Thursday.
The chants of hundreds of ASU students, alumni and other community members Sunday echoed those of millions of other protesters this summer fighting against systemic racism and oppression throughout the country.
The Black African Coalition announced Thursday that it will not be taking part in the planned protest on ASU grounds Sunday after the University announced new guidelines on social gatherings, members said.
The University Senate showed their support for student civic engagement in one of its last meetings of the semester by passing a motion on April 27 that would remove barriers for students trying to vote for the 2020 presidential election.
The senate candidate with the most votes for the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College will not be taking office next fall. In fact, their name shouldn’t have appeared on the ballot in the first place.
The Palmer and Fees tickets will race against each other in a runoff for the Undergraduate Student Government Tempe executive office, Associated Students of ASU Elections Commissioner Carla Naranjo announced in a Zoom call on April 16.
Students and faculty are calling on ASU to give students the choice to be graded on a pass/fail system in response to classes switching online due to COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, but the University has said that an overarching policy is not needed.