The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on an adjunct professor's lawsuit and granted free speech protection to professors.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan spoke with the State Press about student loans, post-college careers and collegiate athletics from his “Strong Start, Bright Future” Back-to-School Bus Tour.
ASU is one of 55 BCS football schools that reviewed its policies following Penn State's sex-abuse scandal.
ASU raised tuition after losing $200 million in state funding. Students feel the impact as they pay tuition bills for the fall 2013 semester.
ASU alumna Jasmine Lester spoke Monday at a rally in the Nation's capitol, encouraging the Department of Education to enforce Title IX sexual harassment rules more strongly.
Solar panel construction projects outside of the Memorial Union and near Gammage Auditorium have caused some summer commuting delays but will be completed by November.
A recent excavation after the demolition of fraternity residences on Alpha Drive holds much promise for painting picture of ancient people's lives.
American Indian students from a wide range of tribes use the help and guidance of University support services to achieve their academic goals.
Professor evaluations from the spring 2013 semester are available for faculty and deans to review, but students have no access to these or any other University records regarding professor performance.
The University will submit plans to ABOR on Thursday to develop a hotel and conference center on Mill and University.