Arizona is one of 35 states to allow the gay and trans panic defenses. ASU professors say it's time for that to change.
Young Democratic Socialists of America at ASU launches laid out plans to get petition signatures, protest and connect with other student organizations to encourage ASU's divestment from fossil fuel companies.
In the second student government forum this semester with ASU President Michael Crow, students' questions and his responses stayed consistent with the first forum.
Steve Gaynor visited ASU College Republicans to have a conversation with conservative students about his run for Arizona governor.
The Snapchat Run for Office feature hopes to get more young people into elected office to balance the age range of politicians.
ASU's Police Department referred misdemeanor charges for four people to the Maricopa County Attorney's Office.
Tempe Mayor Corey Woods spoke to students at an event hosted by Undergraduate Student Government Tempe on Wednesday.
Arizona has the third-highest number of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in the U.S. A new law hopes to challenge that.
The Tempe youth council will work on different action projects throughout the two-year program, including community art projects, tree planting and cooler bus stops.
USGT and USGD Senate hinder transparency for students by not posting agendas, meeting minutes or updating websites properly.
Students are frustrated with Sen. Kyrsten Sinema's performative bipartisanship, inaction in Congress and unwillingness to hear constituent criticism.
Robson discussed her run for governor with ASU College Republicans, focusing on border security, Big Tech and education.
As Tempe continues to grow and the cost of housing rises, students, alumni and City employees discuss the difficulties of growth and potential solutions to the problem.
March For Our Lives ASU hosted a panel discussing the relationship between mental health and gun violence.
The Arizona Students' Association announced a ballot initiative requiring the Legislature to fund 50% of in-state tuition and fees.
ASU professors say the potential U.S. default is extremely unlikely, although if it did occur, it could be catastrophic.
As the Tempe Streetcar nears its completion, city employees praise the project despite planning issues.