ASU President Michael Crow has announced his support for the ratification of the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement in a letter sent to Gov. Doug Ducey.
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Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich spoke to ASU students about government accountability, his role as attorney general and his office's ongoing lawsuits during an event on the Tempe campus Thursday.
Nine Chinese ASU students were denied entry to the United States at Los Angeles International Airport last month returning for the fall semester. The students were sent back to China by Customs and Border Protection despite being enrolled at ASU.
When applying to ASU, Karina Dominguez, now a senior studying sustainability, said she was told "to go back to Mexico and apply as an international."
The Undergraduate Student Government Tempe Senate has elected Dominic Frattura to serve as senate president for the 2019-2020 school year.
The Undergraduate Student Government Tempe senate passed a resolution on Tuesday calling on the Office of the University Provost to hire an external investigator to assess claims of unethical conduct within the economics department.
On Nov. 2, 2018, the Undergraduate Student Government Downtown senate passed a resolution that opposed changing the definition of gender under Title IX to "a biological, immutable condition determined by genitalia at birth," thereby excluding transgender students in the definition.
Dozens of students marched through the Tempe campus on Thursday in solidarity with the three UA students facing charges for protesting against the presence of U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents on campus.
A recent resolution passed by the Undergraduate Student Government Tempe senate is asking the Tempe City Council to remove Kolby Granville from his position, pointing to multiple accusations of sexual assault and other inappropriate behavior.
Dozens of students gathered outside of the Student Pavilion on the Tempe campus Thursday to oppose the presence of U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agents at a career fair.
The Undergraduate Student Government Tempe senate unanimously passed a resolution that calls on ASU to adopt a medical amnesty program, seeking to prioritize students' health and safety in potentially life-threatening situations involving illegal substances.
The Associated Students of ASU elections for next year's student government representatives ended on Wednesday after two weeks of campaigning. The results were announced Thursday at noon on each of the campuses.
Voting for Undergraduate Student Government began Tuesday, and ASU Tempe students will be choosing between three tickets — the Salem ticket, the Simmons ticket and the Bartlemay ticket.
The ASU College Libertarians announced that it will not support the executive ticket including an Undergraduate Student Government Tempe director due to the organization's ongoing pursuit of a lawsuit that includes her and her involvement in a USGT event.
Campaigning began on Monday for the 2019 Undergraduate Student Government and Graduate and Professional Student Association elections across the four ASU campuses.
ASU student Benjamin Cooper was arrested by Tempe police on Thursday night following a protest at a Tempe City Council meeting.
Undergraduate Student Government at Tempe introduced a resolution on Tuesday to call on the University to revise the stipends of student workers who are part of USGT and the Associated Students of Arizona State University, the overarching body of student governments at ASU.
Barrett students across the four campuses are still at odds with the administration over the recent proposed fee increase and alleged lack of information surrounding it.
The Undergraduate Student Government Tempe senate introduced and passed a senate resolution that opposes a possible fee increase for Barrett students, calling for the Barrett administration to be more transparent about the potential increase.
Changes that Undergraduate Student Government Tempe recently made to its bylaws will modify voting procedures to be more transparent and will shorten the amount of time in advance that the senate must post meeting agendas.