Thousands of protesters gathered in Phoenix Saturday morning to march on the Capitol and voice their opposition toward the state’s new immigration law. Many protesters also partook in a campaign to boycott Arizona businesses.
After experiencing a low voter turnout in March, ASU’s first on-campus voting site has seen a major increase in the number of visitors within the first week of special election early voting.
Graduate student Elizabeth Rivard is studying the effects incarceration has on husbands and significant others of jailed women across the state.
A disqualified Downtown presidential candidate is claiming he was pressured by University administrators to stop asking for a third-party review of his campaign’s disqualification.
Advocates for immigration rights took to Hayden Lawn on Monday, looking to continue pushing for student support of the DREAM Act.
Gov. Jan Brewer signed controversial immigration Senate Bill 1070 into law Friday afternoon while protesters stormed the Arizona Capitol.
Immigration rally at the capitol grows after Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signs Senate Bill 1070 into law.
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.