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Preliminary numbers from ASU show that there was a dip in the enrollment of international students in the fall of 2018, paralleling a national downward trend in international enrollment amid stricter immigration policies under the Trump administration.
Former Arizona Sen. Jon Kyl will replace the late Sen. John McCain in the U.S. Senate, Gov. Doug Ducey announced Tuesday.
Arizona gave the late Sen. John McCain one last farewell Thursday after a week of memorials — both planned and impromptu — that brought together thousands of mourners, politicians and friends of the late senator.
Flags are at half-mast across Arizona today in remembrance of the late Sen. John McCain, who passed away in his home in Sedona surrounded by his friends and family Saturday. He was 81 and would have been 82 on Wednesday.
Arizona will hold a primary Tuesday, setting the stage for a closely watched general election, as the stakes remain high for Republicans trying to hold on to their national majority.
Arizona senator and two-time presidential hopeful John McCain died Saturday at 81, according to reports.
ASU removed Paris Dennard from his position as events director for the McCain Institute for International Leadership in 2015, following a yearlong investigation into allegations of sexual assault, according to a new report.
Protesters march down Washington Avenue in downtown Phoenix on Saturday, April 22, 2017 as part of the nationwide March for Science.
Scientists and politicians came together in protest as the Trump administration continues to enact an agenda that rolls back regulations and environmental protections.
Undergraduate Student Government Downtown voted down a bill that would have impeached Vice President of Services Ernesto Hernandez, at a special session Friday after he received two charges of nonfeasance.
Undergraduate Student Government Downtown faces a complicated final few weeks, as an unpredictable impeachment proceeding against the Vice President of Services Ernesto Hernandez split the normally unified Senate.
The future of the Sun Devil Express is in flux after a divided Undergraduate Student Government Downtown Senate voted to table a bill that would have given control of the system to the incoming executive board.
Nearly two weeks after ASU police officers started wearing teal badges for sexual assault awareness month, two are being are being recognized with awards from different national organizations.
ASU and Starbucks are expanding their collaboration to accommodate thousands of more Starbucks employees.
The ASU Police Department is looking for a man suspected of exposing himself to a student in the Psychology Building on ASU's Tempe campus around 7 p.m. Thursday.
Former ASU student and Chinese national, Xiaoyuan Zhang, 22, is set to be deported three months after he was convicted of felony voyeurism charges, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials.
increasingly negative political atmosphere, ASU's Undergraduate Student Government managed to run an election completely
free of complaints.
The Arizona Board of Regents will make the final decision on the tuition prices for all three Arizona universities April 6.
Executive ticket candidates for Tempe's Undergraduate Student Government stressed the importance of having a transparent and open government in Tuesday night's debate.
Get to know the Dangremond 2017 executive ticket, the only ticket running in this year’s Undergraduate Student Government Downtown election. Presidential candidate and health innovation junior Jackson Dangremond is joined by Vice President of Policy candidate Ryan Leith, an urban and metropolitan studies junior, and candidate for Vice President of Services and journalism junior, Jade Nicole Yeban.