Junior running back Cam Skattebo passed for a touchdown and ran for another touchdown to lift the Sun Devils to an upset win against the UCLA Bruins at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., in their final matchup as part of the Pac-12 conference.
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Echoes of the 1997 ASU football team still ring through the Rose Bowl more than 25 years after the Sun Devils lost to Ohio State in a tight game, finishing 11-1 in arguably ASU's best season.
Jewish organizations across the ASU community shared a petition condemning a recent Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) petition from student groups. They called on members of the ASU community to attend training sessions on antisemitism, the Holocaust and life in Israel.
Rúla Búla will make its triumphant return to Tempe in the northern endzone of Mountain America Stadium for a week on Nov. 10.
Students, faculty and members of ASU's leadership have expressed their disdain towards Turning Point USA after ASUPD said a professor was assaulted on campus earlier this month.
ASU has joined various universities and other academic groups in a statement supporting Israel amid the ongoing conflict in Gaza.
ASU announced its new medical school will be a part of the Downtown Phoenix campus.
Charlie Kirk, the president and founder of right-wing student group Turning Point USA, was greeted at a table outside the Memorial Union on the Tempe campus with a chorus of cheers from a crowd of student volunteers from the group's ASU chapter Wednesday afternoon.
A new pedestrian pathway to campus across University Drive in Tempe is officially underway.
Former Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake is attempting to get Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer's defamation lawsuit thrown out, and she has ASU's First Amendment Clinic by her side.
An ASU investigation found no evidence that Barrett faculty nor the University attempted to stop the "Health, Wealth & Happiness" event organized by the now-defunct T.W. Lewis Center or that former T.W. Lewis Center executive director Ann Atkinson was terminated for her support of the event.
ASU said their self-imposed postseason ban for the 2023-24 season was imposed to protect from potential losses of scholarships, hefty fines and recruiting opportunities that could result from an ongoing three-year NCAA investigation.
Unofficial results released Wednesday indicate that Tempe voters have rejected the proposed Tempe entertainment district and the potential new home for the Arizona Coyotes.
Some Arizona politicians still connect their political roots to leading the Undergraduate Student Government at ASU.
Two conflicting reports released this week examine the potential economic impact of the Tempe entertainment district — one said there would be economic strain to the community upon the project's completion, while the other said it would generate billions of dollars for the city.
Tempe residents will soon make the final call on an arena for the Arizona Coyotes and a proposed entertainment district. Three propositions that address land use and enter the city into an agreement with a development company will be on a special mail-in ballot mailed to residents starting Wednesday.
The city of Phoenix filed a legal complaint in the Maricopa County Superior Court March 28 against the city of Tempe alleging a breach of contract regarding City Council's endorsement of the proposed Tempe entertainment district.
Shady Park and Mirabella at ASU reached a settlement and requested their lawsuit be dismissed, the two announced in a joint statement Thursday. The agreement ends any pending litigation between them.
Students were evacuated from Palo Verde West on Monday night due to a fire in the building. The building was cleared for normal operations at 11:30 p.m., following a series of announcements from ASU Police Department and confusion among residents about evacuation procedures.
Students and Tempe residents rallied against the proposed Tempe Entertainment District in downtown Tempe on Monday.