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.
A new student loan bill will set a fixed interest rate for students who accept student loans starting this academic year.
The three public universities are already facing the possibility of less money after a temporary 1 percent sales tax establishing a dedicated education fund failed to become permanent.
Members of the Arizona Queer Undocumented Immigrant Project are advocating for social reform on two fronts as immigration and gay rights take the forefront in the public's eye.
Respect Arizona, a campaign to recall Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, is working on a final push to get the signatures it needs on recall petitions.
A panel of U.S. military veterans, active service members and ASU professors discussed the future of the U.S. defense budget in front of ROTC cadets at the Memorial Union on Tuesday night.
The winners of the student government elections for the 2013-14 year are already working on how to improve the ASU experience.
The Arizona Board of Regents' student regents have chosen to endorse Jordan Davis and his running mates in the Tempe Undergraduate Student Government presidential elections, a rare move for the regents.
On Wednesday, the Arizona Board of Regents hosted a hearing for Arizona university students and faculty to share their thoughts and concerns about proposed tuition increases.