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An Undergraduate Student Government meeting was adjourned abruptly after some people involved in a rally supporting Palestine outside the Memorial Union threw rocks at the second-floor window to the room where the meeting was being held.
Arizona offers financial incentives for students training to be teachers, but the state has faced problems when it comes to retaining them.
Tempe has approved an agreement to preserve the Hayden Flour Mill and develop the surrounding area.
A petition calling on ASU to boycott Israel and divest from companies supporting the country will be delivered to the Dean of Students office and presented to the Undergraduate Student Government in the coming weeks.
Students, faculty and other members of the Jewish and Israeli communities gathered in solidarity following recent conflict in Israel and the Gaza Strip.
The Tempe Historic Preservation Commission is proposing to increase wait times for demolition permits for every property in Tempe over 50 years old.
The City of Tempe is making its parks more water efficient through reducing grassy spaces, according to plans discussed in a Parks, Recreation, Golf and Double Butte Cemetery Advisory Board meeting Wednesday.
University President Michael Crow emphasized the need for higher education institutions to embrace artificial intelligence in a forum hosted by The Washington Post Thursday.
The lack of affordable housing options and low availability for students in Tempe has caused anxiety among non-student city residents. The housing issues present challenges for the city as ASU’s student body and city footprint expands.
Devil's Advocate, an ASU-themed sports bar and restaurant, has no plans to relocate or dismantle amid construction plans for a luxury, high-rise apartment complex at its location.
The city of Tempe announced the appointment of Kenneth McCoy as the next chief of police on April 17.
Sun Devils Against Sexual Assault, a non-University affiliated group dedicated to fighting rape culture and supporting survivors of sexual assault at ASU, held a protest Friday in conjunction with other student groups to show support for survivors and to continue demanding for funding to back their Campus Assault Advocacy, Resources and Education proposal.
The Tempe Family Advocacy Center has officially opened and has begun providing Tempe residents with expanded trauma-informed services.
ASU President Michael Crow doubled down on the University's commitment to maintain capped tuition rates in the future as he made his tuition proposal to the Arizona Board of Regents for the 2023-24 academic year at a public hearing Tuesday.
Former Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich's lawsuit against the Arizona Board of Regents about construction of the Omni Tempe Hotel on ASU-owned property was dismissed March 9, 2023.
The No Labels Party was certified as an official political party in Arizona and will be included in the federal and statewide races in the 2024 election, but an ASU professor says it could hurt Democrats' chances.
Democratic Arizona Secretary of State Adrian Fontes spoke about immigration, water issues and provided advice for students at an event at Armstrong Hall on Feb. 23.
ASU is implementing protective measures for Barrett faculty after members of the honors community protested controversial guests Dennis Prager, Charlie Kirk and others who spoke at the "Health, Wealth & Happiness" seminar at ASU Gammage Wednesday.
The T.W. Lewis Center for Personal Development at Barrett, The Honors College is hosting an event titled "Health, Wealth and Happiness" on Feb. 8 at ASU Gammage headlined by controversial political figures Dennis Prager, Charlie Kirk and embattled personal financial guru Robert Kiyosaki.