Members of the ASU community weighed in on a potential resolution supporting BDS on campus that was removed from a USG Senate meeting agenda.
Organizations such as Arizona Jews for Justice rallied in downtown Phoenix for immigrant rights and called for elected officials to take action.
The resolution hopes to solve food insecurity among students through resources within the Pitchfork Pantry and beyond.
Tempe joins several Arizona cities in keeping the mask mandate Gov. Doug Ducey rescinded in his March 25 executive order.
The Arizona Promise Program would create more opportunities for low-income students and families.
Students are debating the necessity of endorsements for USG candidates after the Black African Coalition withdrew its support of several USG candidates this spring.
ASU President Michael Crow addressed questions about the upcoming fall semester, graduation, athletic fees and summer school in his most recent student forum.
The Hopkins ticket was declared the winner of the USGT executive race after contesting the original election results due to the Election Commission definition of rank choice voting.
Several arts majors are moving to the Downtown Phoenix campus, but they currently have no candidates running to represent them in USGD.
A resurrected Senate bill, which would remove voters from the PEVL, could make it more difficult for ASU students to vote early.
The Tempe City Council passed a resolution on Thursday to accept funds for three Ironwood trees and a memorial plaque at Evelyn Hallman Park in memory of landscape architect and former ASU landscape architecture lecturer Kevin B. Moore.
Current and incoming students, undergraduate and graduate, should not expect to see an increase in tuition rates, but some graduate programs may see fee increases.
In a webinar discussing the book "Cities of Light: A Collection of Solar Futures," authors and editors spoke about the challenges that modern cities face and how technological advances can influence social and economic futures.