A law professor was nominated last week by the White House for the position of U.S. District Court Judge in Arizona.
On Sept. 18, Arizona's Department of Motor Vehicles implemented Gov. Jan Brewer's executive order to deny driver's licenses to DACA recipients.
Student senators created a research committee to look into a proposed student athletics fee and its effects.
Several student clubs and organizations have been left without funding following confusion on appropriations due dates.
Cindy McCain and Marta Sahagún de Fox addressed the issue of human trafficking and how the U.S. and Mexico must work together to stop it.
If your non-tenured faculty are outperforming your tenured superstars in effective teaching and student retention, there is a problem.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan spoke with the State Press about student loans, post-college careers and collegiate athletics from his “Strong Start, Bright Future” Back-to-School Bus Tour.
Anti-war protesters took to Mill Avenue on Saturday night to let their opposition toward any American action in the Syrian strife be heard.
Save Our Syrian Freedom has spent the last year trying to educate the student body about the conflict in Syria and raise money to provide humanitarian aid.
As the semester begins, ASU's undergraduate student governments are implementing new programs to increase student safety, create new food options and invite high profile guest speakers.