Most candidates kept relatively low budgets this election season, making use of traditional get-out-the-vote tactics and social media messaging to eliminate the need to raise or spend any money.
Gov. Doug Ducey signed the 15-week abortion bill on March 30, ASU's political student club leaders resist, rejoice.
A lower court can rehear Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich's arguments that challenge the partnership between Omni Hotel and the Arizona Board of Regents.
Gov. Doug Ducey recently named Gregg Brewster and Doug Goodyear as two new appointees to the Arizona Board of Regents, the state's governing board over ASU, NAU and UA.
The union plans to continue to present itself as a source of support for all ASU employees and continues to grow its membership.
A new redevelopment plan to add affordable housing units along Apache Boulevard is still in it's early phases.
Tuition and fees for in-state, out-of-state and international students are set to increase for the 2022-23 year, as well as housing and meal plans.
University administrators think the initiative will create a skilled workforce that will make Arizona a competitive economy.
ASU students made their voices heard on dual election days, casting ballots to determine their student government representatives for the 2022-23 school year.
ABOR's public tuition hearing included input from over a dozen parents, students and professors who shared their concerns.
After Allister Adel resigned, Julie Gunnigle collected over 4,000 signatures to be on the ballot for the now open Maricopa County Attorney position.
Election officials said less-than-perfect student government elections last year may have contributed to so few candidates this year.