The Arizona Board of Regents approved a 20 percent pay raise for ASU president Michael Crow and a five-year contract for baseball coach Tracy Smith.
ASU’s collaborative Future of War project will research the changing nature of war and seek a working international legal framework to accommodate these changes.
With many Valley cities experiencing flooding, residents and commuters should use extra caution when driving or commuting today.
With many roads in and around ASU campuses closed, ASU officials are telling students to contact professors with individual issues and concerns.
After years of the state government failing to grant Arizona's universities any money for facilities maintenance, $3 million were allocated to the schools for this fiscal year. But many are saying this is too little, too late.
As sexual assault has been gaining more media attention across the country, President Michael Crow has implemented a task force aimed at combatting the problem.
Thunderbird's internationally renowned school of management could become part of ASU in the coming year.
Diane Humetewa, former ASU student and adviser to Michael Crow, was accepted by the Senate on a unanimous vote to serve as a US District Judge for the state of Arizona.
With ASU under federal investigation for possible Title IX violations, students are reporting dissatisfaction with the process of reporting their professors for sexual misconduct.
Graduates of the Del. E Webb School of Construction are helping with the building of the new College Avenue Commons, a mixed-use facility located off University Drive and College Avenue on the Tempe campus.
The student safety task force set up after recent deaths at ASU linked to binge drinking has received a recommendation from a subcommittee to ban kegs at tailgate events, among other things.
A new My ASU Guest Access will help students share educational records with parents, guardians or a spouse more easily.
ASU is developing a new model for a university campus after being challenged by the Arizona Board of Regents. The ASU Colleges at Lake Havasu City is based on this model.
Some students strongly disagreed with the the tuition hike, while others students viewed it as an investment in the University.
Mark Naufel was chosen as the new student regent after a long vetting process by the Arizona Board of Regents and the Office of the Governor.
Ray Anderson wants to be visible on campus and show his support for all sports by cheering them on in person.