Tempe Mayor Corey Woods spoke about city initiatives for ASU students, civic engagement and socks during an event hosted by Undergraduate Student Government Tempe on Wednesday.
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A State Press review of the Council of Presidents' priorities from 2018 until 2021 revealed successful initiatives but showed how measures have fallen short due to a combination of lofty goals and University inaction.
As ASU scientist and Tempe City Council member Lauren Kuby runs for a seat on the Arizona Corporation Commission, students who are endorsing her and who have worked with the commission hope college students pay attention to what some refer to as the "fourth branch of Arizona's government."
The Arizona Students' Association announced it is introducing a ballot measure to reduce tuition at Arizona's three public universities by requiring the state legislature to fund 50% of in-state tuition and fees or imposing an additional 2 percentage point tax on corporate income if the legislature does not comply.
The Graduate and Professional Student Association is expressing concern over the proposal for an on-campus rape crisis center and its inclusion of graduate students due to their complex relationship with the University.
The Associated Students of ASU hosted a forum with President Michael Crow answering student questions regarding COVID-19 protocols, sexual violence prevention and ASU Counseling Services Tuesday at the Student Pavilion.
Es poco probable que ASU podrá requerir la vacuna contra COVID-19 por el momento, a pesar de las demandas de los grupos de estudiantes y profesores.
It's unlikely ASU will be able to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine anytime soon, despite demands from student and faculty groups.
The Council of Presidents released its priorities for the 2021-2022 academic year in the form of five pillars aimed at guiding the advocacy of Undergraduate Student Government and the Graduate and Professional Student Association.
En nombre de ASU, el Arizona Board of Regents está demandando a la compañía que construyó el Sun Devil Fitness Complex en el campus del centro de Phoenix por incumplimiento de contrato y "falla prematura de los componentes de acero inoxidable de la estructura de la piscina".
On ASU's behalf, the Arizona Board of Regents is suing the company that constructed the Sun Devil Fitness Complex at the Downtown Phoenix campus for breach of contract and the "premature failure of the stainless steel components of the pool structure."
As lawmakers in Washington debate the $3.5 trillion infrastructure plan, ASU students who are also parents are hoping to get relief.
Ahead of the 2022 midterms, ASU students and student groups are getting involved in local government after more than a year of social justice advocacy and the previous election cycle through campaign events.
Undergraduate Student Government is operating with vacancies in the Senate after struggling to find candidates to run for office during last semester's elections.
ASU students protested Arizona voter restriction laws at the March On for Voting Rights event in Phoenix Saturday, held in honor of the 58th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s March on Washington.
Masks are now required to be worn by everyone in certain University buildings, according to an updated COVID-19 policy published Wednesday.
The Arizona Federation of College Republicans is considering leaving the College Republican National Committee after a series of slights that ended in ASU alumnus Judah Waxelbaum losing a controversial election for CRNC chair.
Pre-health students at ASU are taking advantage of an opportunity through a volunteer health clinic to provide help to underserved communities and discover their goals in the field.
Gov. Doug Ducey appointed Bob Herbold and Jessica Pacheco to the Arizona Board of Regents Monday to fill vacancies left by two regents who ended their terms early.
A Family Advocacy Center, a facility that would provide services such as medical exams, rape kits and investigative interviews for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence, could be established in Tempe as soon as next year.