As fiery political rhetoric about crime is spread online, an estimated 270,000 homicide or missing person cases sit cold in the U.S since 1980, and thousands more unsolved cases are added every year.
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At 5 p.m. outside of Old Main on ASU's Tempe campus, students can hear the school's symphonic bells chime the school hymn. When Mirabella resident David Mills first heard them, he started crying.
No one wants to see homelessness.
Athletic Director Ray Anderson made his most critical decision at the most critical time for the ASU football program, and he made the wrong choice.
ASU requires a history class for all undergraduates, so students can develop useful knowledge of the past to shape the present and future.
Last month, an Ohio district court ruled that a room scan prior to an online test, like the ones required in some exams at ASU, violated a student’s constitutional right to privacy.
Students, parents and professors expressed concerns about proposed tuition hikes for Arizona's three public universities at an Arizona Board of Regents hearing Monday. Speakers brought up concerns about the increased cost of living and graduate stipends.
Julie Gunnigle, who is running for Maricopa County Attorney, said at a Young Democrats at ASU meeting last Friday that if elected, she would bring progressive reforms to the county. Reforms on her list include working to ensure expungements for marijuana drug charges are "universal and automatic" and addressing racial disparities in sentencing.
The Undergraduate Student Government West's elections for the executive ticket and all senate positions run unopposed, with many running as returning candidates.
Changes are coming to Tempe City Council as two new council members, Arlene Chin and Berdetta Hodge, were elected to the council on March 8. Jennifer Adams retained her seat after being reelected for a second term. All three winners stressed the importance of reaching out to constituents who are ASU students, and would be open to finding ways to increase student engagement within city government.
The City of Tempe has delayed the opening of its Family Advocacy Center until at least June 30 after it planned to open the center at the beginning of the year. It will stand as a centralized location for residents who are the victims of sexual assault and domestic violence to receive support.
Undergraduate Student Government Tempe hosted an event with Tempe City Council candidate Casey Clowes as part of an initiative to increase student civic engagement in local and student government on Wednesday. Clowes has experience in both as a former member of USGT and a two-time council candidate.
This spring, high school graduates all over the country will start their next chapter. If they live in Arizona, that chapter does not likely include enrolling in college.
Arizona's water future is unclear, but ASU is working to change that. Existing programs and schools at the University focusing on research and development could be key in finding the best set of solutions to the state's water crisis.
ASU President Michael Crow and his executive staff presented its State of the University presentation to the Arizona Board of Regents last Thursday, highlighting the school's growth despite low state support.
For the first time in nearly 40 years, Tempe City Council candidates were unable to address community questions in person. Instead, the proposed extension of the streetcar, various urban development plans and other topics needed to be discussed virtually.