Kyle Rittenhouse, recently acquitted on multiple homicide related charges, is no longer enrolled in classes at ASU.
With funding from the city of Phoenix, researchers will analyze call data to better assess who should respond to emergency calls that would normally go straight to Phoenix police officers.
A review of the Council of Presidents' priorities from the past four academic years reveals overlaps and shortcomings in diversity and student success initiatives.
Analysis of ASU student research shows easing business start-up policy encourages more businesses owned by minorities.
Research shows LGBTQ+ students are more likely to have student debt than non-LGBTQ+ students. This can mean a higher barrier to entry for higher education, ASU student groups said.
Social work students started a petition to terminate Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema's teaching contract with ASU for violating the profession's code of ethics.
Tempe PD is on track to receive accreditation in spring 2022, which the department hopes will help earn back public trust after calls to defund police.
The multicultural centers have been part of the Council of Presidents' priorities under diversity, equity and inclusion since the previous administration.
Students react to President Biden's announcement he would be cutting tuition-free community college from the Build Back Better Act.
State of Black Arizona is combatting systemic problems affecting the Black community with funding from ASU.
Kyle Rittenhouse, who is on trial for shooting three people last year in Kenosha, Wisconsin, falsely claimed Wednesday he was an ASU nursing student.
The Arizona Corporation Commission is key to fighting climate change, according to students who work for and around the ACC.
NextGen America is hoping to register 25,000 young voters in Arizona ahead of the 2022 election after registering over 10,000 in 2020.
The Tempe State of the City Address highlighted challenges and accomplishments in COVID-19, housing, sustainability and transportation.
Protesters condemned antisemitic posters found on the Tempe campus at the Jewish & Proud rally Thursday evening.
ASU professors say students may be affected by the supply chain disruption as some products become rarer and more expensive.
Introduced by Senate Bill 1822, the Drought Mitigation Revolving Fund adds another financial aspect to the complexities of water in Arizona.
State Treasurer Kimberly Yee presented herself as an established, worthy Republican candidate for Arizona governor to College Republicans at ASU Monday.