President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney focused on the economy and health care at Wednesday night’s debate.
Illegal immigrants in Arizona could be eligible for in-state tuition status at public universities pending the outcome of an ongoing review by the Arizona Board of Regents.
The ASU student government launched ASU Votes 2012, a website with information about all Arizona candidates and their positions on higher education.
Free Press raises awareness to political campaigns and how people should understand them before casting their vote.
The 24th Legislative District candidates Auggie Bartning and Katie Hobbs discussed education and health care issues during a debate near the Downtown campus Monday night.
Students gathered in the Memorial Union to learn how they can get involved with the November election.
After last week’s ruling to lift the injunction on Senate Bill 1070’s “Show Me Your Papers” provision, students, faculty and staff have mixed reactions about how the decision will affect ASU.
A few dozen protesters gathered outside the Immigration and Customs Enforcement building in downtown Phoenix Wednesday afternoon to protest Senate Bill 1070.
With less than two months until the general election, both panelists and community members at the Arizona Town Hall Forum on Civic Engagement focused on the issue of engaging voters, especially young ones.