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The Arizona Board of Regents held a special meeting Monday to seek legal advice in response to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich's lawsuit claiming that the board's tuition hikes were unconstitutional.
In a statement he penned Monday, ABOR chair Bill Ridenour said the lawsuit will allow the board to seek clarification on how best to provide education “as nearly free as possible,” but that he was disappointed in the way it was delivered.
“The AG’s lawsuit — while it makes for good headlines — does nothing to change the burden for students and their families,” the statement read. “The suit is full of attacks, but offers no constructive remedies.”
The Coalition of International Students, an organization that unites students of different cultural backgrounds from across the University, promotes the understanding of various nationalities in the ASU community.
The Arizona Attorney General has filed a lawsuit against the Arizona Board of Regents, claiming that the regents have "dramatically and unconstitutionally" increased tuition at Arizona's public universities over the last 15 years.
Founder and ASU alumna Reyna Montoya speaks in favor of protecting DACA students. Photo courtesy of Aliento.
Undergraduate Student Government Downtown is in a unique position this year. Unlike ASU's other student governments, which each have new administrations, downtown students re-elected the incumbent President Jackson Dangremond to lead the campus for a second year.
Editor's Note: This story has been updated to include comments from ASU President Michael Crow in the fourth and fifth paragraphs.
ASU alumna Sofia Benitez (left) holds a sign while Ortega speaks at a press conference on Thursday, May 7, 2015 at the Student Center at the Post Office on the downtown Phoenix campus.
President Donald Trump terminated the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, Tuesday morning.
Diversity seems to be a topic of debate in the current political climate — whether it is at a local political rally or in our very own music department. Diversity is a major controversial topic among those working in the arts.
Belén Sisa, 23, sits outside of the Memorial Union on ASU Tempe’s campus. Sisa is a junior ASU DACA student majoring in political science.
This summer marked the fifth anniversary of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, which became law via executive order under the Barack Obama Administration.
President Donald Trump speaks at the Phoenix Convention Center for a rally in downtown Phoenix on Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017. Trump's decision to wind down the DACA program was blocked by a California judge, ordering that applications must still be accepted.
Although James Garcia's play "1070" is based on Arizona's not-so-distant past, its message is one that resonates today; especially for some Arizona students whose legal status in the country is still up for debate in state courts.
A DACA student protest at Phoenix College shortly after the Arizona Court of Appeals' Announcement. Photo courtesy of Edder Martinez.
Update, 6/29/17: On Thursday, June 29, the Arizona Board of Regents convened in a special session to discuss their response to the Arizona Court of Appeals decision. ABOR decided to continue offering in-state tuition to DACA recipients while the court case, Arizona v. MCCCD, is reviewed by the courts. Regent Jay Heiler opposed the motion stating he did not feel it was appropriate while the Court of Appeals ruling stood but expressed sympathy and noted continued communication by ABOR to the federal administration supporting DACA students. The letter was sent on December 9, 2016.
The organizers of the Undocumented Students for Education Equity organization speak to interested members and other Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) individuals in Tempe, Arizona.
A group of five ASU students launched the University's chapter of Undocumented Students for Education Equity organization on Thursday on the Tempe campus.
The organizers of the Undocumented Students for Education Equity organization speaking in Tempe to interested members other Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) individuals in the launch of their program.
ASU Young Democrats helped volunteer at the “Come Together, Fight Back” tour headlined by Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and newly elected Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez on Friday.