A year after the Arizona Board of Regents filed a lawsuit against a social media account for illegally using ASU's trademarks to promote "COVID parties," a federal judge dismissed the suit.
Sen. Kelly Townsend and gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake joined under 100 protestors at Hayden Lawn Friday to object to ASU's new mask policy.
The Arizona Federation of College Republicans will vote to leave the College Republican National Committee following a controversial election for chair in which ASU alumnus Judah Waxelbaum lost.
Gov. Doug Ducey appointed two new members to the Arizona Board of Regents to fill vacancies left by Kathryn Hackett King and Karrin Taylor Robson.
Tempe City Council approved funding for a Family Advocacy Center, which will provide services for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence, amid calls from ASU students for an on-campus rape crisis center.
ASU sent an updated Annual Security Report to the U.S. Department of Education and current students, faculty and employees Friday.
Cindy McCain would join the international fight against hunger if confirmed as U.N. ambassador.
The new Department of Education interpretation of Title IX prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity, reversing Trump-era guidance.
Former ASU vice president of government affairs Matt Salmon has entered the 2022 Arizona gubernatorial race.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey's new executive order prohibits public universities and community colleges from requiring students to receive a COVID-19 vaccine or show proof of vaccination.
ASU's fiscal year 2022 budget includes salary increases and anticipates a return to normal campus activities.
A group of over 40 protestors marched to the Fulton Center on the Tempe campus to deliver a letter of demands in support of Palestine to ASU President Michael Crow.
ASU College Republicans have condemned the Arizona Senate-authorized Maricopa County election audit after widespread criticism of the audit's validity and conduction.
ABOR member Karrin Taylor Robson and State Treasurer Kimberly Yee, both Republicans, entered the 2022 Arizona gubernatorial race Monday.
Gov. Doug Ducey signed Senate Bill 1453, which allows community colleges to offer four-year degrees under certain conditions.
Sethuraman Panchanathan and ASU have been accused of retaliation, gender discrimination and breach of contract in a lawsuit filed in February by ASU professor Cynthia Sagers.
The University is considering partnering with the city of Tempe on a Family Advocacy Center, but student advocates say it won't be enough and a rape crisis center is still needed.
Graduate students partner with Tempe's sustainability director to create climate stories and solicit resident feedback for the Climate Action Plan update.