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Undergraduate Student Government Tempe inaugurated the 2018-2019 senate and executives Tuesday night, ushering in new faces to the body.
Amid the whirlwind of demonstrations and walkouts against low teacher pay as part of the Red for Ed movement, students at the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers' College are preparing to face life inside and outside the classroom.
Undergraduate Student Government Tempe Vice President of Services-elect Logan Miller has decided to leave his position, to which he was elected last month. He cited personal reasons as his cause for departure.
After 13,000 people gathered to celebrate Phoenix Pride April 8, the ASU Young Democrats and The Rainbow Coalition continued the festivities by exploring the importance of LGBT+ representation in politics, Pride Week or not.
'Disappointed in the state of Arizona': DACA students hold press conference after Supreme Court decision
Hours after the Supreme Court of Arizona ruled that Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients are ineligible for in-state tuition, DACA students and allies stood in front of the Arizona State Capitol and told their stories.
In the wake of a fatal self-driving Uber accident in Tempe, which led to the company suspending its autonomous vehicle testing and Gov. Doug Ducey's decision to revoke their testing privileges a week later anyway, ASU experts are steadfast in their dedication to autonomous vehicle testing.
Student government elections ended last week with a total of 1,955 votes, the lowest overall voter turnout since 2008, despite each student government branch publicly declaring a focus on student engagement. Executive ticket candidates cited a lack of student interest, the competitiveness of elections and nuances in each campus's culture as reasons for the low turnout.
Student government elections ended today after a two-week campaign, with a total of 1,955 votes spread across four campuses and graduate students, the lowest voter turnout in the past eight years.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich said he feels like “Luke Skywalker against the Death Star” in his suit against the Arizona Board of Regents — but it remains unclear who his Han Solo is.
ASU students gave mixed reviews to tuition and fees proposals for the 2018 — 2019 academic year at tuition hearings hosted by The Arizona Board of Regents at the Memorial Union Tuesday afternoon.
The State Press hosted a Q&A session on Monday with the Graduate and Professional Student Association executive tickets, where they focused on graduate student engagement and full transparency with students for the next year.
Progressive activists, many of them young people, took to streets and state capitols nationwide on March 24 to advocate for gun reform in the light of recent mass shootings. Democrats can usually rely on the youth vote, of which almost half leans or is solidly liberal.
In the aftermath of the #MeToo movement, the subject of sexual harassment has risen to the front of industries across the country.
On March 21 The State Press held a Q&A with the Undergraduate Student Government Tempe executive ticket for next year to discuss its predominant platforms, such as increased student engagement and transparency.
Candidates for Associated Students of Arizona State University executive positions on all campuses and the Graduate and Professional Student Association launched their two-week campaigns on March 13.
When Emma Giles was growing up in Orange County, California, a place she calls "lovely but very much a bubble," she never thought she would end up marching in the streets in support of women's rights.
A complaint has been filed against the Associated Students of ASU Council of Presidents claiming that the Council has neglected to publicly post the minutes of their meetings.
A professor is suing Arizona State University, the Arizona Board of Regents and Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich for allegedly barring him from speaking on campus as his political beliefs violate a 2016 state law.