On the ballot for all Arizona voters is three of the five seats on the Arizona Corporation Commission, which decides utility rates and policies.
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Tempe will have a new mayor. Corey Woods defeated two-term incumbent Mark Mitchell Tuesday with 57% of the vote, making him the first African American mayor-elect in Tempe's history.
The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that it will hear Attorney General Mark Brnovich's appeal regarding the dismissal of his lawsuit against the Arizona Board of Regents over public university tuition rates.
ASU wrongfully expelled a student who was accused of sexual misconduct, a unanimous three judge panel ruled earlier this week, citing a lack of evidence used by the University in the expulsion.
Undergraduate Student Government Tempe Senator for The College Benjamin Cooper resigned from his position.
After seeing local and nationwide reactions to the Supreme Court hearing oral arguments on the legality of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, ASU College Republicans Vice President Joseph Pitts said that the organization felt "obliged to release a statement."
Student protesters were out in full force Wednesday night on the Tempe campus, raising concerns over the presence of Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers and Israel Defense Forces.
ASU students gathered on Hayden Lawn in Tempe Tuesday night to show their support for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals as the Supreme Court meets to decide the program's fate.
ASU is under investigation by the Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights after a student reported that the University failed to protect her from retaliation following a Title IX complaint.
U.S. attorneys filed a motion on Oct. 31, 2019, to prevent activist and former ASU faculty associate Scott Warren from discussing President Donald Trump and his administration during Warren's upcoming trial involving harboring immigrants in the U.S.
The Supreme Court of Associated Students of ASU is an organization that not many students are aware of, and even fewer know what the Court actually does. Here is an overview of who is on the Court and what it does.
ASU President Michael Crow spoke to students on the Tempe campus Tuesday about changes he's made at ASU as president and future goals for the University.
ASU's Undergraduate Student Government Tempe has not updated their bylaws to reflect numerous amendments passed by last year’s senate.
College Republicans United held an event called a Conversation with Islam Wednesday on ASU’s Tempe campus, featuring anti-Islam speaker Carl Goldberg and Imam Omar Tawil.
ASU students rallied on the Tempe campus Friday to cap off the Week of Climate Action, demanding a Green New Deal and other changes to current climate policy.
ASU political clubs are split down party lines following House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s impeachment inquiry announcement regarding President Donald Trump's comments to the president of Ukraine, .
Despite the fact it is not an election year, student-run political parties and advocacy groups were still in full force Tuesday recruiting students to vote in honor of National Voter Registration Day on the Tempe campus.
Climate change activists marched to the Arizona State Capitol building in downtown Phoenix on Friday as part of a larger Global Climate Strike to demand environmental action from elected officials.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed a petition with the Arizona Supreme Court to reverse the dismissal of his lawsuit against the Arizona Board of Regents over what he claims to be unconstitutional tuition rates at Arizona’s public universities.
The Undergraduate Student Governments across ASU’s campuses are implementing new programs this semester to promote engagement between student representatives and their constituents.