Cecilia Alcantar is the current incumbent for the USGP President and is looking to be elected unopposed to a second year.
Clubs refrain from inciting intra-party division and prioritize unity before November's general elections by not endorsing candidates.
President Michael Crow spoke on themes of finance at the second student forum hosted by student government on the Polytechnic campus.
Introduction of Arizona House bill shows potential for adding the LGBTQ+ community in the state's anti-discrimination protections.
Students are frustrated with the lack of action that the Biden administration has taken on forgiving student loans, which take an average student 20 years to pay off.
New Tempe City Council members have close ties to ASU and welcome more input from constituents who are students.
ASU President Michael Crow proposes a 2.5% tuition increase for resident students in the 2022-23 academic year.
Tempe's Family Advocacy Center, which was set to open in January, has been delayed until at least June 30.
ASU Young Democrats expressed support for partners who work at a Starbucks in Mesa, which became the third unionized store in the country Friday.
Several ASU student organizations hosted a Civic Engagement Summit to help high school students create a voter registration drive and become more active voters.
As part of student government's work to get Sun Devils civically engaged, USGT hosted former vice president of policy and Tempe City Council candidate, Casey Clowes.
ASU, UA, NAU and ABOR are looking to get more Arizona high school graduates on the path to college after an ABOR report found declining enrollment numbers.
Alrededor de 40 manifestantes se reunieron en el campus de Tempe de ASU para protestar por mayores recursos y prevención de agresiones sexuales en la Universidad.
Gov. Doug Ducey proposed a historic $1 billion investment in Arizona's water future through desalination.
Tempe City Council members say that the long term economic impact of the South Pier development on Tempe Town Lake outweigh the risks of tax incentives given to the developers.
These are the seven people running for three open positions in Tempe's City Council election on March 8.
Around 40 protesters gathered on ASU's Tempe campus to protest for increased sexual assault resources and prevention at the University.