The ASASU Supreme Court decided the final number of seats for three colleges that had been misappropriated and ruled only The College would move forward in the runoff.
ASU President Michael Crow released his tuition proposal, bringing up past promises and making new ones to ensure students know how COVID-19 might impact their economic situation.
A USGT candidate became the senator-elect of the Teachers College after losing to someone who tried to drop out of the race and was no longer part of the school.
Arizona Supreme Court heard Brnovich's repeated complaint Thursday over ABOR's tuition in regards to its constitutionality.
The Palmer and Fees executive tickets will face off in a runoff election, while some Senate positions will also compete in runoffs due to a miscount of student enrollment.
After campaigning was suspended and moved online, only a few of the races for positions in Undergraduate Student Government were announced.
The ASASU Supreme Court decided Robinson v. Elections Department and Fees v. Palmer Thursday just as the USG voting window closed.
The McCain Institute has announced Mark Green as its new executive director, roughly six months after Kurt Volker's resignation.
Students, faculty and USGT have called for a University-wide pass/fail system, but ASU said the shift isn't necessary.
Due to a technical difficulty, over 200 students will have to vote again in senatorial and executive races for positions in USG.
ABOR responds to Attorney General Mark Brnovich's request of health record disclosure in the interest of protecting public health.
Candidates in the United Voices for ASU coalition received three infraction points due to threatening and political social media activity.
The U.S. Government passed a $2.2 trillion bill aimed at offering economic relief during the coronavirus crisis.
The ASASU Supreme Court heard two cases this week, pointing out that the Elections Department did not follow guidelines and deciding an executive ticket should be punished for campaigning early.