University of Arizona and ASU students spoke out in a rally outside an Arizona Board of Regents meeting in Tucson that discussed the ongoing UA financial crisis, petitions to remove Turning Point USA from three Arizona college campuses and UA and ASU’s stances on the ongoing Israel-Gaza conflict.
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The University of Arizona is experiencing a financial crisis that has been cause for concern on multiple levels at at the university.
ASU's University Design Institute hosted UC Berkeley School of Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky to speak on free expression and using the First Amendment on college campuses as part of the Frank Rhodes Lecture Series.
The City of Tempe voted to raise the tobacco purchase age from 18 to 21 and place a new license fee on sellers. The council voted on Oct. 26 in a unanimous vote to approve the ordinance.
The elected Undergraduate Student Government (USG) leadership has been in office for nearly two months, and as the semester crosses its halfway point, some campaign ideas have been acted on while others have left by the wayside to this point.
On Monday, the city of Tempe will celebrate Indigenous People’s Day after the council declared it an official, paid city holiday last month.
The City of Tempe is taking the initiative to upgrade its green infrastructure with the launch of the Rain to Roots Master Plan and is looking to get the public's involvement in the buildup.
The U.S. Department of State announced a new partnership with ASU that supports new student exchange programming in Europe.
Since Arizona voters passed Proposition 308, there has been an increase in the number of undocumented students able to enroll in colleges across the state. However, student recipients and advocates want to continue to inform Arizona residents about the benefits of Prop 308.