Two hours before the Arizona Supreme Court was set to hear opening arguments in a case which will decide whether DACA students are eligible to retain access to in-state tuition, supporters stood on the steps of the Supreme Court to make their own case.
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The State Press hosted USGD executive ticket candidates for a Q&A session on March 21 in which the candidates focused on student engagement and diversity initiatives for the next year.
The Muslim Students' Association at ASU and the Islamic Community Center of Tempe have organized several "interfaith love" events after two women were charged with felony burglary and a possible hate crime after they posted a video of themselves and their children opening the community center mosque's gate, taking pamphlets and flyers and insulting Islam.
On the afternoon of March 14, the state capitol was consumed by energy from students, teachers, parents and politicians coming together to advocate for increased gun control in light of recent high-profile school shootings.
An initiative that may make it onto the ballot next fall titled Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona calls for Arizona to be at least 50 precent dependent on renewable energy by 2030. But one ASU physics professor believes the initiative is a "scam."
Students could be able to carry non-lethal weapons on Arizona public college campuses if one lawmaker has his way. Proponents say the bill is needed to address safety concerns on campus, while opponents say the bill is too broad and could jeopardize safety.
ASU nursing professor Heather Ross announced her candidacy last year for Arizona's 6th Congressional District, chasing the Democratic nomination to challenge incumbent Rep. David Schweikert (R-Fountain Hills).
ASU announced last month that incoming freshman can now apply to the University via the Common Application in addition to the University's traditional application method.
U-Haul, the Phoenix-based moving company, released a report last month ranking Tempe as the top destination for one-way U-Haul rentals in the United States for 2017 and naming the city 'America's new No.1 Growth City.'
Students with the Undocumented Students for Education Equity and the Arizona Dream Act Coalition held a candlelight vigil for the DREAM Act outside the Arizona Republican Party headquarters in Phoenix on Jan. 22. The vigil was held to "mourn" the loss of a potential DREAM Act when Congress failed to pass a federal spending bill that included a legislative solution for DACA recipients, shutting down the government on Saturday.
ASU's over 260 DACA students are facing pressure from President Donald Trump's decision to repeal the Obama-era legislation that grants them legal protection from deportation.
Veterans face many challenges after returning home from service. Those who choose to enroll in higher education face even more.
Religious intellectuals strive to connect with and educate their audiences through different mediums — and in today's world, that medium is often the internet.
Phoenix and Tempe both recently received perfect scores on their protection of the LGBT+ community in the Human Rights Campaign's Municipal Equality Index.
Valley Metro will soon introduce a new code of conduct for light rail riders in response to an increase in unruly behavior by passengers — conduct that does not warrant criminal charges but makes other riders feel uncomfortable or unsafe.
ASU police, students, faculty and staff took part in raising awareness for domestic violence through Wear Purple Day on Thursday, Oct. 19.
A September Vice article claimed that an average temperature increase of 3-to-5 degrees by 2050 could make Phoenix "unlivable."
President Donald Trump retweeted an image of Pat Tillman, a U.S. Army Ranger and former ASU and Arizona Cardinals player who was killed in Afghanistan in 2004, on Monday, calling for professional football players to stand for the national anthem.