Earlier this spring, Barrett students at ASU were faced with the news that their honors college was proposing a fee increase of $250 per semester.
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Mark Kelly, a former NASA astronaut who recently announced his candidacy for the U.S. Senate in 2020, wants to help achieve affordable health care for all, combat climate change, and reduce the current cost of pursuing higher education, he said during an event on ASU's Tempe campus.
The controversial minimum wage bill that would impact full-time students working part-time jobs has moved past its initial roadblock in the Arizona Senate Commerce Committee.
After a few years away from the city council, former Tempe Vice Mayor Corey Woods aims to bring his life of public service back to city government with a 2020 run for mayor.
Earlier this month, Tempe City Council passed an ordinance to make distracted driving a more serious offense.
The Arizona Board of Regents in February approved a budget increase for the renovation of ASU's G. Homer Durham Language and Literature building, which is the building's first major renovation in 50 years.
Two bills recently introduced in the Arizona state legislature would work together to increase funding for primary, secondary and postsecondary education in Arizona.
Just one year after the opening of the ASU Barbara Barrett and Sandra Day O’Connor Washington Center, the University has plans underway to further expand its D.C. footprint.
According to a report released in early February 2019 by the Arizona Board of Regents, the state's three public universities contributed $11.1 billion to Arizona's economy in the 2017 fiscal year.
Members of the March for Our Lives movement joined student activists from across Arizona at the Capitol on Wednesday to urge lawmakers to pass a bill that would require schools to implement new school safety plans by the 2022-2023 school year.
The Arizona Legislature recently introduced a bill that would establish the John McCain Public Service Scholarship Fund in honor of the late senator, aiming to create a scholarship program that will match what students earn from participating in national service programs like AmeriCorps.
Arizona’s minimum wage has risen by another 50 cents due to the passage of Proposition 206, which Arizona voters passed in 2016.
Podcast editor Alfred Varela sits down with politics reporter Michelle Zhao to discuss the recent lawsuit from the Attorney General Mark Brnovich against the Arizona Board of Regents. They discuss the ensuing legal battle, the implications of the case's outcome and the potential concerns of an ASU student.
When Attorney General Mark Brnovich sued the Arizona Board of Regents last Thursday, the board had already been a month into efforts to better regulate university real estate developments after changing its existing policy last year.
Incoming students entering ASU in Fall 2019 will potentially have an array of new degree options to choose from.
Ed Pastor, the first Mexican-American congressman to represent Arizona and an ASU alumnus who contributed to the University, died overnight Tuesday, at age 75.
Kathy Hoffman was elected as the new superintendent of public instruction for Arizona in the 2018 midterm election, becoming the youngest candidate to be elected to state office.
ASU is unraveling bureaucracy while expanding research within the College of Health Solutions following a vote by the Arizona Board of Regents to disassemble and reorganize the College.
Political science professors and lecturers at ASU have been talking about the midterms for weeks leading up to Tuesday's elections. In fact, some American government and politics professors planned their class schedule at the beginning of the year to have this week be the week they discuss midterm-related subjects.
Three days before the midterm elections, March For Our Lives and Parkland student activists are making ASU a crucial stop on their nationwide tour to encourage young adults to vote.