Students with a medical marijuana card can be arrested for marijuana possession or usage on campus. However, students are allowed to possess prescription painkillers.
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Students from all four ASU campuses poured into the Downtown Student Center on Thursday to talk innovation, sustainability and social issues with ASU President Michael Crow.
Experts suggest marijuana legalization, raised minimum wage may increase millennial voter participation
The upcoming election season could become the perfect storm for millennial voter turnout now that the generation has the power to legalize recreational marijuana and raise minimum wage.
First female Asian-American Arizona Sen. Kimberly Yee seeks to inspire minorities and increase voter engagement
The Arizona State Legislature serves as a breeding ground for debates on the future of state policy and has a new voice seeking to bring historically underrepresented demographics to the forefront of local politics.
Editor's Note: This is an update of a 2016 State Press story on innovation at ASU.
Recent events at ASU — including a live debate over guns on college campuses, an on-campus arrest following a jewelry heist and the celebration of National Constitution Day — all illustrate a civil issue on many university campuses: Second Amendment rights.
A forum hosted by the ASU Origins Project, The Great Debate: Political Bodies - Sex, Gender, and Reproductive Rights, showcased intellectually stimulating discourse of social injustices faced by people from all walks of life in the 21st century.
ASU students have not had an on-campus polling center since 2006 — a 10-year trend which will break just in time for the November election.
Will Arizona become a legalized marijuana state? The decision is in voters' hands this election season
A recent court decision could mean that Arizona will join the ranks of Colorado and Washington as a recreational marijuana state, so long as Arizona residents and ASU students vote in favor of it come Nov. 8.
ASU's potential expansion to downtown Mesa could bolster change for the community, but it has the capability to equally affect students and non-students.