The first death-row inmate to be exonerated by DNA evidence spoke to students Thursday about the decade he spent in prison and his efforts since.
Arizona’s Havasupai Indian Tribe celebrated the return of 200 blood samples from ASU labs Thursday after a long-argued lawsuit between the tribe and the Board of Regents was settled.
Before chaining themselves to the doors of the State Capitol on Tuesday, nine college students — seven of them from ASU — knew their actions would likely lead them to a jail cell down the road.
A meeting regarding the disqualified winners of the student government election at the Downtown campus led to debate on Monday, but no resolution.
A Facebook campaign message sent to supporters on Wednesday, supposedly by mistake, decided the outcome of the Downtown student government presidential race.
The Corrigan and Goulding tickets will compete in a runoff election on April 13 for the USG presidency. Presidential candidates were selected at the Downtown, West and Polytechnic campuses.
"James G. Hodge, professor of health law and ethics, gave the presentation in a law classroom Monday afternoon, looking closely at the legislation and its negative and positive effects."
The former Arizona governor delivered a speech about the present threat of terrorism and how Homeland Security is adapting its techniques to thwart future attacks.
Fiery partisan attitudes are giving no one respite. Fifty years ago, politicians and lobbyists could often set aside their hard feelings once outside of the congressional chambers – a much different atmosphere than the contentious manners of today.