President Michael Crow's State of the University lasted two hours and updated ABOR on the financial state of ASU.
The U.S. Senate's longstanding stalling tactic, that is not part of the Constitution, will stay in place ahead of the 2022 midterms.
State bill could lower obstacles for veterans, their spouses and their children to qualify for in-state tuition rates.
Arlene Chin, the first Asian American to serve on Tempe City Council, has fostered many valuable relationships at ASU and in the city.
Más de 40 jóvenes forman parte de una huelga de hambre en Washington, D.C. para impulsar la aprobación de la legislación electoral, a pesar de las bajas temperaturas.
Senate Bill 1123 would allow campus carry on all university, college and community college campuses if it were passed.
Undergraduate Student Government Tempe passed a resolution Tuesday showing support for Equal Rights Amendment, an amendment that ensures constitutional gender equity.
Members of Sunrise Tempe are working 40 hours per week canvassing for Casey Clowes on her second run for city council.
Braden Kay, director of sustainability in Tempe, presented the updated Climate Action Plan to the public on Wednesday three years after the first draft was released.
Over 40 young people are part of a hunger strike in Washington, D.C. to push for the passing of voting legislation, despite freezing temperatures.
Recent forum featured six candidates thoughts on development, transportation, climate change and policing remotely due to an active COVID diagnosis.
Former ASU women's lacrosse coach Courtney Connor is suing the University and the Arizona Board of Regents alleging she was fired for reporting Title IX violations.
Gov. Doug Ducey's eighth and final State of the State Address barely mentioned COVID-19 as Arizona's cases soar.
Students part of Un-PAC hope to convince Sen. Kyrsten Sinema and President Joe Biden to pass the Freedom to Vote Act.
ASU Women's Coalition says USG and University administration have dropped the ball on the menstrual equity project.
More polling locations, an online training and more are changes made by student government ahead of the next election.
Students demanded ASU not readmit Kyle Rittenhouse, release a statement against white supremacy and support multicultural and sexual assault resource centers on campus.
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.