A student expelled from ASU in 2016 may bring Title IX violation suit against ABOR to a jury trial.
The death of Mahsa Amini in custody of the Iranian government sparked a protest on ASU's Tempe campus to fight for more women's rights in Iran.
H.B. 2322, also known as "Jack's Law" intends to reverse traditional hazing activities at universities in Arizona.
The Pima County Superior Court ruled Friday Arizona can again enforce a pre-statehood ban on nearly all abortions.
Despite threats from Attorney General Mark Brnovich, activists and lawyers aren't worried about a potential lawsuit to stop student loan forgiveness.
Political groups and students teamed up to hold an event for National Voting Registration Day in order to promote civic engagement among students on the Downtown Phoenix campus.
President Crow's responses to concerns for future COVID-19 protocols, student housing and parking left students with mixed reactions at USG Polytechnic's open forum.
Despite Biden administration's move to preserve DACA, advocates and students still want more protections for Dreamers.
Following precedent, College Republicans United invited a white nationalist to speak on campus, garnering a large amount of attention and backlash.
Mitch McConnell's move to scrap $8 million in funding for Blake Masters' campaign demonstrates the ruthlessness of the GOP.
ASU lobbied over $400,000 in California to promote new policy opening access to federal student aid to ASU students in the state.
ASU students and alumni had mixed reactions to the Biden administration's announcement that some federal student loan debt will be forgiven.
The State Press and The Washington Post are asking college students to directly share their thoughts on the overturning of Roe v. Wade through a submission form linked here.
El gobernador Doug Ducey firmó el proyecto de ley de aborto de 15 semanas el 30 de marzo, dirigentes de clubes estudiantiles políticos de ASU resisten y regocijan.
This year's candidates prioritized USG awareness and student engagement in their campaigns.
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.