Undergraduate Student Government Downtown passed a resolution Friday to oppose a bill recently introduced in the Arizona State Legislature would prevent students from registering to vote using a temporary address while attending a college or university.
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The Arizona State Legislature drew statewide backlash last week when Republican State Representative Bob Thorpe filed two bills — one already dead — aimed at changing the voting rights and cutting social justice classes for college students in Arizona.
Allegations of misconduct were raised against a candidate for the student regent position in the Arizona Board of Regents at the last general assembly of Tempe’s Undergraduate Student Government on Tuesday.
Demonstrations protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline were held across the nation today, in observance of what organizers called the #NoDAPL day of action.
Anti-Trump sentiments have grown increasingly as the President-elect Donald Trump begins his transition into the White House.
Protestors took to the streets in Tempe and around the country today, just one day after Donald Trump's election as the 45th president of the U.S.
Around 30 Phoenicians wearing bandanas and Guy Fawkes "Anonymous" masks gathered at the Margaret T. Hance Park on Friday for the worldwide event known as the Million Mask March.
Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney campaigned for John McCain in Mesa Thursday, highlighting the importance of Supreme Court justices, the economy and party unity.
Voting Rights Act will operate in limited capacity this election, leaving voters without federal oversight
The impending presidential election will be the first election in more than five decades that voters will not be under the full protection of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 — an act which was passed during the Civil Rights Era to protect minority voters.
Donald Trump hammered home his core messages of repealing the Affordable Care Act and harped on Hillary’s email controversy Saturday during his seventh visit to Arizona.
A tone of radical change, frustration and victory resonated through the Sun Devil Fitness Complex Thursday afternoon as Donald Trump Jr. campaigned for his father.
Michelle Obama rekindled the sentiments of hope and change that once drove her husband to victory Thursday while campaigning in Phoenix for current presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
A new list of the most innovative colleges may fan the flames of the rivalry between ASU and UA.
Complete with a jumpsuit and cuffed hands, an inflatable Sheriff Joe Arpaio towered over students on ASU’s Tempe campus Thursday.
At the beginning of each year, students and parents take an hour or so to fill out the lengthy, laborious FAFSA.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has made reducing the cost of higher education a key plank in her campaign by vying for the Millennial vote as tuition increases can cause concern for students and parents across America.
Bibles have been found in the nightstands of hotel rooms since 1908 when Gideons International began distributing them. That tradition was broken late last month by a local ASU-affiliated hotel, Thunderbird Executive Inn and Conference Center.
Political Action Committees are usually the territory of Washington insiders and lobbyists, but one ASU student is looking to bring a college perspective to national policy discussion.
Dozens of protesters marched in Tempe and Downtown Phoenix Thursday carrying signs that said "Olympus is a Bully," while chanting in English and Spanish.
Although the Great Recession ended seven years ago, Arizona college students continue to face difficulty in finding work, as the unemployment rate has risen for the fourth month straight, according to a Bureau of Labor Statistics report that was released last week.