Students at ASU got out to vote at on-campus polling locations for this year's midterm election.
Drought conditions and water cuts are actively heightening Arizona's water crisis, and Arizona politicians need to prioritize this issue.
Art exhibit made by ASU students and faculty looks to influence students on campus to vote in election.
Proposition 131 could give Arizona's governor a second in command, changing the line of succession in the state government.
Arizona Democrats bring Barack Obama to Phoenix for an event aimed at motivating people to vote in midterm elections for governor, secretary of state and senator.
ASU will have a student regent on the Arizona Board of Regents in 2023 and the process to select one is already underway.
Katie Hobbs and Kari Lake share the importance of higher education but differ on the path they would take.
Professors at ASU are worried after Kari Lake threatened to "clean up shop" following her dispute with Arizona PBS and President Michael Crow.
Arlene Chin and Berdetta Hodge, the two newest members of Tempe City Council, plan to keep ASU students in mind as they create policy.
Opinion: The political splendor of the Lake campaign continues to grow amid Arizona PBS debate controversy
The recent Arizona PBS controversy shines light on the rise of political sensationalism, even in local politics, and the importance of voters focusing on what truly matters.
When voting this November, it's essential to look beyond party labels and vote for the candidate that will serve the community best.
Tempe City Council holds a joint meeting with ASU leadership for the first time in three years to discuss development.
Judge with a controversial history who ruled in favor of Mirabella at ASU is up for reelection in the Arizona Supreme Court.
After a federal appeals court blocked Biden's student debt relief plan, the Department of Education said it will move "full speed ahead" despite the injunction.
After canceling Kari Lake's interview with PBS, the commission is in the public eye. Its purpose is to educate voters, fund campaigns and enforce campaign finance regulations.
Former journalists and media professionals spoke about escalating rhetoric by Arizona political candidates on Wednesday.
The ASASU Council of Presidents has released its priorities for the 2022-2023 academic school year which include sustainability, tradition and engagement, academic experiences, student health and wellness, and university resources.