In response to a Lewis Center event sponsored by Barrett including figures including Charlie Kirk and Dennis Prager, Barrett faculty gather a petition to condemn the event.
The potential new housing development building project on Tempe Town Lake, South Pier, will be on the special elections ballot in May.
Undergraduate Student Government at Downtown and Polytechnic campus update their Senate model to reflect school size within each campus.
Tim Tizon, a former ASU student who handed out copies of the U.S. Constitution on campus, was charged with third-degree trespassing for tabling without permission from ASU.
Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer offers solutions to delayed election results from Maricopa County following a contentious 2022 midterm election cycle.
The task force will convene regularly throughout the year to deliver policy recommendations to mitigate the threat of media disinformation.
College Republicans at ASU are reevaluating their mission as the new semester begins with an executive office of more Democrats.
The Arizona Supreme Court and ASU's New College created a program focusing on efficient research in forensics to provide new opportunities for students and courts across Arizona.
ASU researchers work with cities across the southern U.S. to solve environmental issues like water conservation.
Tempe City Council doesn't represent their younger demographic as their youngest councilmember is ten years older than the average Tempe resident's age.
These stories from 2022 represent what The State Press means to those who work to create it and uphold our mission to serve, provoke and challenge our audience.
The semiconductor manufacturing industry, a boon for the state's economy, is growing due to investments and is helped by University partnerships.
The Arizona Board of Regents approved contracts for head football coaches at ASU and UA and approved a new academic building and student housing project.
ASU President Michael Crow spoke on everything from a tuition increase to graduate student struggles to Kanye West at the Downtown forum.
Mark Kelly and Katie Hobbs won highly contentious elections in Arizona, and it's all because of youth turnout.
An ASU student filed suit against the Arizona Board of Regents after being hit by a golf cart driven by an ASU employee in 2021.
Here are the results on the 10 ballot initiatives Arizonans voted on during the midterm elections.
Andrew Yang spoke with students at ASU's Downtown campus on Thursday about independent parties and ranked choice voting.