Tempe is raising the age to buy tobacco products from 18 to 21 after a city council vote on Oct. 26.
American Indian Students Support Services, American Indian Initiatives and Alpha Pi Omega reflect on their work to support Indigenous students at ASU and offer services.
University donations by the Charles Koch Foundation are the subject of national controversy.
Some ASU DACA students say they may be forced to leave ASU as a result of the Arizona Supreme Court decision.
The Arizona Board of Regents approved tuition proposals for the 2018-2019 academic year, finalizing slight increases for ASU's non-residents and graduate students.
Despite its unusual roots, ASU's School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership denies that it has a partisan slant.
ASU student creates satirical fundraising account to "buy" a cabinet position from President Donald Trump.
Without the peaceful transfer of power, our country would neither be peaceful nor powerful.
The new tuition includes a slight tuition increase for resident students as well as a larger increase for nonresident students.
On ASU’s diversity homepage, an array of accolades is on display, showing how far the school has come in making its campuses a more inclusive environment for minority students and faculty.
The Global Freshman Academy, an integration of online education offered by ASU and edX, will take its first batch of students this fall and add ASU to the small list of low-cost and low-risk education programs.
Gov. Doug Ducey told the Arizona Board of Regents he's prepared to work with them on Arizona's higher education system.
Present, future students call on the Board of Regents to change tuition rates for deferred action students
Students and community members gathered Tuesday to show solidarity and support for DACA recipients and also call on the Arizona Board of Regents to allow these students to pay the in-state tuition rate.
ASU President Michael Crow says the Starbucks and ASU partnership shows commitment to the future of higher education.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey recently appointed ASU President Michael Crow to the State Board of Education, where he will fill the position left by UA President Ann Weaver Hart.
In an effort to create transparency and build a relationship with students, ASU President Michael Crow held a university-wide forum to answer student questions.