Scientists and politicians came together in protest as the Trump administration continues to enact an agenda that rolls back regulations and environmental protections.
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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.
Despite an 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.
A key interactive function of the the Federal Application For Student Aid (FAFSA) went offline last Friday, causing frustration and confusion in its final weeks of availability.
Protesters and community activists rejoiced, as a bill that would have expanded the definition of racketeering to include violent protests was held Monday by Arizona State House Speaker J.D. Mesnard (R-Chandler).
Undergraduate Student Government Downtown conducted an internal review at the end of last year that found a nearly defunct system of University Boards and Committees (UBCs), according to a report released Friday.
In a presidency increasingly satirized by comedians and pundits, one ASU student found a way to provide social commentary on the cabinet appointment of Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.
ASU President Michael Crow criticized President Trump’s immigration ban in an emailed statement amid a storm of political controversy Friday.
The Arizona Board of Regents faces an uncertain future after a bill introduced in the Arizona State Legislature could potentially dismantle it.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in terminal four of the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Sunday as part of a spontaneous, nationwide reaction to an executive order banning travel from seven Muslim-majority countries.
ASU unveiled a solar energy deal with Arizona Public Service Electric Company Jan. 11, continuing a tradition of renewable energy initiatives, amid a national policy-trend in the other direction.