ASU and the city of Tempe ramped up census efforts before the new, fast-approaching deadline was announced.
In a letter to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, ASU President Michael Crow makes a case for keeping a mask mandate.
The Urban Heat Island/Tree and Shade subcommittee reflected on this summer to discuss future actions to reduce heat in vulnerable communities in Maricopa County.
Despite Arizona candidates for U.S. Senate reliance on attack ads, they are also expanding the platforms for the ads, utilizing various social media sites.
ASU professor Wanda Dalla Costa is spearheading initiatives to help the city of Tempe build city-wide principles influenced by Indigenous culture.
Advocates say recreational marijuana will generate millions for the state economy. Medical professionals claim there isn't enough data to make an informed vote.
Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Joe Biden solidified their bases Tuesday. Arizona voters aren't sure the same will be true of the upcoming Senate debate.
Proposition 208 appears on the ballot this general election, aimed at increasing funding toward Arizona schools.
Throughout this year's obstacles, students are being encouraged to vote, with many looking to mail-in voting.
The Civic Engagement Coalition and Undergraduate Student Government act on initiatives to engage the student body in the 2020 general election.
Voices of O'odham Students at ASU, a new club, shares how the border wall construction is impacting Indigenous people, specifically the Hia-Ced O'odham and Tohono O'odham.
Undergraduate Student Government Tempe passed a resolution on Tuesday, calling on ASU to establish a Jewish Cultural Coalition and to address recent anti-Semitic acts on campus.
ABOR approved a supplemental budget for FY 2021 and a state budget request for FY 2022 in its special board meeting on Thursday.
President Crow answered students' questions during his first forum of the school year over Zoom on Thursday.
The University released 25 action items Wednesday after President Michael Crow announced a commitment to BIPOC students at a University Senate meeting.
"Obviously we cannot change the country but we wanted to see what we could do for ASU," a senator said.