Professors at ASU are worried after Kari Lake threatened to "clean up shop" following her dispute with Arizona PBS and President Michael Crow.
Arlene Chin and Berdetta Hodge, the two newest members of Tempe City Council, plan to keep ASU students in mind as they create policy.
Opinion: The political splendor of the Lake campaign continues to grow amid Arizona PBS debate controversy
The recent Arizona PBS controversy shines light on the rise of political sensationalism, even in local politics, and the importance of voters focusing on what truly matters.
When voting this November, it's essential to look beyond party labels and vote for the candidate that will serve the community best.
Tempe City Council holds a joint meeting with ASU leadership for the first time in three years to discuss development.
Judge with a controversial history who ruled in favor of Mirabella at ASU is up for reelection in the Arizona Supreme Court.
After a federal appeals court blocked Biden's student debt relief plan, the Department of Education said it will move "full speed ahead" despite the injunction.
After canceling Kari Lake's interview with PBS, the commission is in the public eye. Its purpose is to educate voters, fund campaigns and enforce campaign finance regulations.
Former journalists and media professionals spoke about escalating rhetoric by Arizona political candidates on Wednesday.
The ASASU Council of Presidents has released its priorities for the 2022-2023 academic school year which include sustainability, tradition and engagement, academic experiences, student health and wellness, and university resources.
Students for Kari Lake have made their presence known at ASU in increasingly flashy ways to encourage votes for Lake and it might be working.
Voters should look to Mark Kelly and Katie Hobbs over their right-wing opponents, but more radical left-wing politics are needed to defeat authoritarianism.
Adrian Fontes, the Democratic candidate for Arizona Secretary of State, sat down with students at a roundtable discussion Friday to discuss the election.
Sen. Mark Kelly campaigned on ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus Friday, emphasizing the importance of the youth vote.
USG asks students to vote on whether or not to include online students and pass a nondiscrimination statement.
ASU, Crow said, was living up to its contract and duty to provide the public with information on both Katie Hobbs and Kari Lake.
Students and experts worry that recent voting laws passed by the Arizona Legislature will negatively impact youth voting.
Republican candidate for governor Kari Lake condemned Arizona PBS's choice to schedule an interview with Democratic rival Katie Hobbs in a speech at ASU.
Iranian students took part in a Tempe protest against the Islamic regime in Iran and call for more action and outreach from ASU.