Students can now earn up to $6,000 per year in tuition breaks by working customer service jobs near ASU's Tempe campus, thanks to a partnership between ASU, PayPal and nonprofit Education at Work.
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The Sun Devils staged a rally against USC at Phoenix Municipal Stadium on Friday night, giving up a 1-0 lead in the fourth inning before coming back in the eighth and gliding to a 3-2 victory.
After operating across the street from ASU's Tempe campus for 49 years, the locally-familiar Student Book Center will be closing its doors for good.
Following a lengthy vote count and a special election replete with controversy over missing informational packets, Gov. Doug Ducey announced the education funding plan Proposition 123 has passed.
As votes for and against Proposition 123 continue to pour in following the May 17 special election, officials are not expecting a result until Friday.
Friends and colleagues of deceased ASU English instructor Debra Schwartz are carrying on her memory by bringing the same commitment to the community she exemplified through her life.
The Associated Students of ASU Supreme Court issued decisions on five pending cases from this year's Tempe USG election.
The Undergraduate Student Government appropriations process is responsible for funding student clubs and organizations. It is also responsible when these bodies do not receive enough funding.
In the final week of March, Tempe Undergraduate Student Government's election season brought campaign drama to a head, with one candidate who said he lost faith in the University's student government system and another who dropped out of the race after complaints against his campaign opened a school investigation.
Thousands of supporters brushed shoulders on Saturday to catch a glimpse of GOP presidential front-runner, Donald Trump at his Fountain Hills rally. Applause reached near-deafening levels when Trump, sporting his signature "Make America Great Again" hat, asked for their vote.
Democratic government functions on the idea that a group of elected officials can acutely and accurately satisfy the wants and needs of the public they’re chosen to represent. The Undergraduate Student Government at ASU operates in the same way.
Starry-eyed high school graduates annually trade the last four awkward years of their lives for the promises of college: unparalleled education, cultural experimentation and affectation of change — the likes of which previously seemed reserved only for the greatest among them.
ASU researchers are working hand in hand with Mayo Clinic in Arizona to conduct research on issues facing the medical industry, with a significant focus on Alzheimer's disease.
Safety on college campuses has become a contested issue, with students, faculty and third parties all throwing their hats in the ring to ensure the safety of those on campus.
The history of the ASU marching band is wrapped up in the history of the University, ASU alumna Leslie Anderson said. She graduated in 1979 and was a member of the marching band during her time at ASU.
A New America study has found that undergraduate college students are not able to claim as many federal tax credits on their tuition as they were promised under a 2012 tax credit revision.
Steve White operates Tempe’s first medical marijuana dispensary, Harvest of Tempe, and is campaigning for fewer dispensary regulations by petitioning the city of Tempe's current policies.
ASU criminology professor expands program amid allegations of ignoring complaints of sexual harassment
Nearly a year after criminology professor Scott Decker was accused of ignoring sexual harassment within his department, he has been named as a research consultant for a Department of Justice-funded felony diversion program in St. Louis and has also become the director for ASU’s new Center for Public Criminology.
ASU policeman Stewart Adams retired on Sept. 25 after working 40 years on the college’s police department.
ASU students have been active in bringing entrepreneurship and charity to communities in an effort to combat hunger.