Unpaid and abused labor in the developing world makes it cheaper for universities to sell branded children’s apparel, but ASU recently suspended ties with one such unethical provider.
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As we look back on 128 years of serving the ASU community, there’s a lot to take in.
ASU announced Thursday that the Origins Project, formerly headed by Lawrence Krauss, will move underneath the University’s Interplanetary Initiative and lose its name.
There is a dark side to environmental activism, one unconcerned with hugging trees and rather convicted in its authority to burn them down. Not the living ones, of course — rather the dead, milled, compressed and, sometimes, constructed ones. They want to burn down buildings, complexes of buildings, even neighborhoods. They want to burn them down not because they are built but because they are built by professionals, who, in turn, compete against other professionals to build more buildings.
President Crow was seen Friday moodily gathering twigs and branches into a pile under the Coor Hall stairwell.
ASU’s capital asset growth has astounded analysts and local residents for years. Aside from the university reaching over 100,000 students enrolled, its physical presence has also expanded at an uninterrupted rate under President Michael Crow’s tenure.
ASU theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss announced Thursday he will be replaced as director of The Origins Project, an initiative he famously led until this year’s sexual harassment allegations against him.
ASU announced Tuesday it will be opening a new satellite location within the University of Arizona Tucson Campus as early as the fall of next year.
Do you grab a cup of coffee in the Memorial Union on your way to class? What about some pre-packaged sushi for lunch when you’re short on time?
Young progressive pundit David Pigeon was sarcastically laughed off the Lyceum Theater stage Tuesday by over 3,000 Ben Shapiros after a heated Q&A session in which Pigeon was physically annihilated by pure logic alone.
The former ASU student who kicked a UA rugby player in the face during a match last year was sentenced Tuesday to one day in jail and three years of probation.
AZLoop is gunning to win this year’s Hyperloop Pod Competition, hosted by SpaceX, on Sunday, July 22.
Students and politicians petition Jeff Flake to overturn 'global gag rule' on reproductive health NGOs
A group of reproductive rights activists and state politicians gathered Friday in front of Senator Jeff Flake’s Phoenix office to demand that he vote ‘yes’ on an upcoming piece of legislation: the Global Health, Empowerment, and Rights (HER) Act.
A new ASU study published in a top academic journal found that over 60 percent of randomly surveyed students think Canadian psychologist and public intellectual Jordan B. Peterson plays an active role in their lives.
Incoming engineering freshman Michael realized Thursday during a summer tour of the Tempe campus that he might, in fact, be an involuntary celibate, called 'incel' for short.
The Stale Mess: ASU students wonder how many must be ritually guillotined before Tuition Octopus finally satisfied
Students were a bit confused Friday after Greg, whose head was snatched into the Great Loathsome Pit at the west end of Tempe Town Lake after he was ritually guillotined in an effort to appease the Tuition Octopus, was apparently not tribute enough to stop this year’s coming tuition hike.
The Stale Mess: Hundreds more stop lights coming to Tempe in city effort to just set everyone on fire
The city announced Tuesday it will be installing seven additional stop lights on Apache Boulevard between Mill Avenue and Rural Road and hundreds more throughout the city in a project touted by planners as “the key to simply driving these idiots insane.”
The City of Tempe and Attorney General Mark Brnovich settled out of court on June 26 over what may have been an illegal property tax scheme. The settlement brings to an end a saga that started in 2017 and involved the state legislature, the city, the attorney general and, recently, the Arizona Supreme Court.
Saturday saw the largest mesquite bean pod storm in Tempe’s history, and longtime residents and students are at a loss for what to do next.
Monkey mystery in the tomb of a Chinese empress