Students, local organizations and faculty speak out against TPUSA and their controversial past on campus
Students for Justice in Palestine at ASU presented a petition for the University to boycott and divest from Israel and have organized protests on campus and in Phoenix.
Weed-out classes make the STEM experience more of a professor lottery than an academic challenge – this needs to stop.
Many students know someone who is taking more than 18 credits in a semester. But why do students opt for the heavier workload, and what are the effects of such a schedule?
ASU is part of the Gendered Violence Research Network, which works to prevent violence on a global scale with other organizations around the world.
Sun Devil football ended their losing streak this Saturday to earn their first conference win in the Kenny Dillingham era.
The ASU men's basketball team lost nearly all of its players to the transfer portal over the offseason, forcing Bobby Hurley to revamp his roster.
The Sun Devils are taking on Washington State this weekend as they continue to battle injuries and grow team culture.
Tempe is raising the age to buy tobacco products from 18 to 21 after a city council vote on Oct. 26.
ASU gymnasts are heavily involved in the mental health initiatives on campus for student athletes.
There are a plethora of coffee shops in Phoenix and Tempe, each with their own personality, for students looking to finish assignments or grab a pick-me-up in a new environment.
The new path in the electrical engineering major, beginning this semester with just a single class, aims to introduce engineering students to a new technology field.
A summary of some of Psyche Mission's instruments and how they'll be monitored during the satellite's journey.
ASU joined various universities, groups of institutions, and a scholarship fund in a statement to support Israel and denounce Hamas.
The new Undergraduate Student Government leadership has been working since the beginning of the fall semester on fulfilling campaign promises.
Prince Dorbah continues to be a team leader in defensive stats while breaking new ground for his family.
Students and community members rallied outside Old Main and marched around the Tempe campus to show support for Palestine as conflict in the region continues.