Michael Crow spoke on how universities must adapt to the future of education and how AI has affected ASU's learning model.
An ASU investigation finds no wrongdoing from leadership or faculty after the "Health, Wealth and Happiness" event and the dissolution of the T.W. Lewis Center, reaffirming its commitment to free speech on campus.
Professors at Barrett reacted to President Crow's letter to Turning Point USA with gratitude and agreement.
On the first anniversary of Mahsa "Jina" Amini's death, Iranian American Arizonans gather at Provision Coffee to remember the importance of freedom for women in Iran.
With an increase in Tempe campus enrollment by 5,559 from 2018 to 2022, lack of affordable housing options for students creates anxiety for suburban residents.
ABOR selected David Zaragoza as the new ASU student regent in June 2023, who hopes to bring a unique geographical perspective to his time on the board.
ASU conducted a study that shows despite voter confidence in Arizona election results, voters across the board share support for election reform.
On Monday, The U.S. State Department announced a new European exchange partnership with ASU.
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Phoenix Parks and Recreation passed new heat safety initiatives that could close trails between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Since Prop. 308 passed in 2022, eligible students' tuition has been reduced by over 150%, expanding access to higher education for undocumented students.
This year's Congressional Conference, titled "Advancing Arizona's Technological Competitiveness," promoted water conservation and lowering emissions the state's rising semiconductor manufacturing industry.
Charlie Kirk and Dennis Prager will return to ASU in September despite continued controversy over their appearance at the University last February.
Devil's Advocate, an ASU-themed bar, anticipates operating until their lease expires in September 2029 despite construction plans for luxury apartments on its plot.
Joint state legislative committee gives University 60 days to investigate Prager event and T.W. Lewis Center
New State Legislature Committee held a hearing to hear testimony from ASU faculty, Ann Atkinson and Dennis Prager in regards to the "Health, Wealth and Happiness" event and the closing of the T.W. Lewis Center.
T.W. Lewis Center dissolved with many speaking about an event held in February with Conservative commentators Dennis Prager and Charlie Kirk.
ASU said the decision will have "no impact" on any prospective ASU students, and will continue to admit all who are qualified.
Students on the Phoenix and Tempe campuses shared their experiences with finding and living in ASU housing in an expensive local market.