Gov. Jan Brewer’s proposal to buy back the mortgaged Capitol complex has been labeled a “symbolic gimmick” by Arizona House Democrats.
David Schapira, an ASU faculty member and Arizona State Senate Democratic Leader, announced his candidacy Tuesday for Congress in Arizona’s newly created District 9.
Omar Barghouti spoke Wednesday on the Tempe campus to an audience of about 75 concerning the injustices occurring in Palestine and offered solutions to the occupation.
A small group of mourners, many friends of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords or her deceased aide, Gabe Zimmerman, held a candlelight vigil Saturday evening at the State Capitol remembering the Tucson shootings of a year ago.
The Arizona Department of Education announced Arizona is expected to receive a $25 million grant to improve the state’s educational system as a part of “Race to the Top.”
Two candidates running for Tempe city offices announced plans for a swimming beach at Tempe Town Lake.
The Students For Liberty sponsored a Free Speech Wall on the Memorial Union North Stage to remind the Tempe campus of their right to express all beliefs.
A unanimous vote by the Tempe City Council on Nov. 3 will raise fines for adults caught supplying alcohol to minors starting in February.
ASU Residential Life plans to reinstate front desk positions at two north campus dormitories following reports of homeless people and other individuals wandering into the halls.
A recent poll conducted by ASU’s Morrison Institute for Public Policy shows Arizonans favor tighter border security and a reformed pathway to citizenship for undocumented Arizona residents.
Palestine Liberation Organization Representative to the U.S. and ASU alumnus Maen Rashid Areikat spoke to about 15 people at the Memorial Union Thursday about Palestine’s relations with U.S. and Israel and express the need for peace.
Tempe Mayor Hugh Hallman delivered his final State of the City address Thursday noting the accomplishments in development Tempe has made in the past years.
An Arizona appeals court ruled in favor of two tattoo artists who argued that the First Amendment protects the act of tattooing.