A group of over 15 students filled an ASU classroom on Monday night to learn how to administer the overdose-reversing drug naloxone, commonly sold under the brand name Narcan.
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ASU Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College students and faculty are grappling with what continual school violence means for their safety in the classroom in wake of Parkland shooting.
Every year at the end of January, members of ASU Students for Life join the crowds filling the streets of San Francisco for the West Coast Walk for Life in holding signs that read: "pro-woman, pro-baby, pro-life."
USG Polytechnic unanimously passed a bill to increase the Student Health and Wellness Fee by $15 per semester increase Thursday night, the second student government body to approve the fee raise.
Following a contentious debate that lasted over two hours, the Tempe Undergraduate Student Government passed a bill to increase the Student Health and Wellness Fee by $15 a semester with a vote of 11-9. Proponents of the measure felt the increase was necessary to increase access to campus resources, while opponents said the process was rushed and that there was a lack of student input.
As election season begins, the Undergraduate Student Governments on all four campuses are adjusting their campaigning strategies to focus on student engagement.
Each week, organizations at ASU such as USG, College Republicans and Young Democrats foster a relationship with city and state leaders by having them come to ASU to speak to students. By doing this lawmakers are able to meet face-to-face with a key demographic in their city and hear their concerns.
Associated Students of Arizona State University is proposing an expansion to health and wellness services at ASU funded by increasing the mandatory health fee by $15.
On Jan. 26, Governor Doug Ducey signed the Arizona Opioid Epidemic Act, legislation meant to address the opioid epidemic in Arizona, which the governor has called a "public health emergency."
ASU Undergraduate Student Government Tempe (USG) found itself fighting about how to address President Donald Trump while making a legislative decision earlier this month — even though the body tries to isolate itself from national politics.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey plans to focus a considerable bulk of state funds on public education, according to the new budget plan that he released last week. State lawmakers say funding education, including public universities, is their biggest priority this legislative session.
The Tempe Undergraduate Student Government voted to send a letter urging Arizona Governor Doug Ducey to sign the "We are still in" declaration and join the U.S. Climate Alliance during their first meeting of the semester.
On Jan. 13, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services responded to the recent injunction made by a California district judge concerning the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. The USCIS is now accepting applications if an individual's DACA status expired on or after Sept. 5, 2016.
On Jan. 9, California district court Judge William Alsup ordered Trump's administration to continue to accept applications for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, sparking lukewarm reactions from Arizona DACA recipients, activists and immigration attorneys.
ASU’s Veterans Upward Bound Project had its U.S. Department of Education grant renewed in November, funding the veterans assistance program for the next five years.
A group of four students in the industrial design program in ASU’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts created new bus stop designs for Valley Metro and will soon see their creations shade and seat Phoenix-area riders.
The City of Phoenix and ASU are partners in the first affordable housing complex for the victims of sex trafficking, a 15-unit project in North Phoenix.
For most high school students, the next step after graduation is college. But, many millennials seem to not want to go to college because of concerns over job prospects after graduation.
Alexa Scholl, a political science junior, was elected to the Prescott City Council Tuesday night. She is the youngest council member ever elected in the city of Prescott — and of the three councilmembers who were elected, she won the largest share of the votes.
Every other Saturday of the month, members of the Phoenix chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America, who are all ASU students and alumni, gather to canvass an area of Phoenix.