Former Chief Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court Ruth McGregor will conduct an independent investigation into alleged unethical practices within ASU's economics department, according to a letter sent to Undergraduate Student Government Tempe Senate Tuesday morning.
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A series of chat logs and screenshots leaked to The State Press appear to indicate that members of ASU's controversial College Republicans United club were in contact with a local civil rights leader prior to his tweeting a demand that they publicly apologize for racist and homophobic comments initially revealed by The State Press and Phoenix New Times.
A week after accusations of unethical behavior rocked the economics department at ASU, the University has released new details that clarify the relationship between ASU and Cengage, an online educational software platform, while backtracking on previous statements.
A rising star in the Republican Party, Texas Congressman Dan Crenshaw, took to ASU's Tempe campus Wednesday to decry the supposed rise of socialism among young people.
Multiple locations of ASU Preparatory Academy could lose millions of dollars in funding after the Arizona Department of Education said that the money was inappropriately allocated to the schools over the last several years.
ASU is making changes to address the concerns of multicultural student groups on campus in response to student claims that the tenuous relationship between the groups and University leadership has faltered in recent years.
ASU is denying claims that it purposely failed students in its economics department and forged a deal that required students to pay to turn in homework after an email went viral Thursday afternoon.
The Romanian ambassador to the U.S. met with state and ASU officials this week to bolster the relationship between Arizona and Romania, discussing issues like trade, politics and academia in his first visit to the state.
A breakaway group of the ASU conservative club College Republicans United was booted from a Tea Party rally organized by conservative radio personality Kevin Jackson on Monday for promoting ethno-nationalist views.
The Arizona Board of Regents unanimously approved ASU’s tuition and fee increases Thursday, including the controversial increase of the Barrett honors college fee that has drawn ire from students.
Paris Dennard, a former CNN political commentator and former employee of the McCain Institute for International Leadership at ASU took action in February to seek $9.9 million from the University, according to a report Tuesday by The Arizona Republic.
While water policy usually tends to be a dry topic, ASU presidential adviser and former design school dean Duke Reiter is putting a fresh spin on old ideas with the 10X media project.
Dozens of students gathered in front of Old Main on Tuesday afternoon to protest members of College Republicans United, who were there to publicly apologize for racist comments that were leaked to the press over the last several months.
College Republicans United, a fringe conservative group at ASU, apologized March 25 for some of its members' racist and sexist comments and vowed to condemn any discriminatory behavior in the future.
The University announced on Friday that it is investigating racist and inflammatory remarks made by current and former members of College Republicans United at ASU following reporting by The State Press and the Phoenix New Times, as well as complaints on social media.
In what the University claims is a first-of-its kind tuition proposal in Arizona, ASU is overhauling the way tuition and fees are charged to undergraduate students with the goal of simplicity and convenience, University officials said.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Thursday aimed at enforcing freedom of speech on college campuses, along with improving transparency and accountability.
ASU’s independent student-organized TEDx event returns to campus this year with talks on subjects including brain implants, singularity, the human addiction to plastic and the militarization of space.
ASU President Michael Crow called for the University and the legislature to direct their focus to student completion earlier this year, calling the student-debt crisis a "misnomer."
Hundreds packed into a ballroom in the Memorial Union on Wednesday night, donning “MAGA” hats and cheering in anticipation of a speech by controversial conservative figure Charlie Kirk.