Phoenix high school and college students protested a state bill Friday that requires parents or guardians to provide proof of U.S. citizenship to enroll a child in school.
Professor Joseph Russomanno said Wednesday’s Supreme Court ruling, which favored a radical church’s picketing of a 2006 military funeral, was a victory for freedom of speech rights.
Four years later, one of the tragedy’s survivors is speaking out in light of Senate Bill 1467, a new piece of Arizona legislation that would allow anyone with a permit to carry a concealed weapon on college campuses statewide.
This episode of State Press Weekly features a look at the ASU Clay club and excerpts from the Chorus of Refuge, an artistic exhibit that tells the story of refugees.
“Advise the Advisor,” a program created by the president’s senior advisers, gives the American people a direct connection with the White House.
The Tempe USG Senate fielded discussion Tuesday about opposing a portion of a state bill that aims to protect college students from discrimination.
The Arizona Board of Regents requested the three state universities seriously consider their strategies for dealing with the upcoming budget cuts.
A Glendale couple that lost a poodle to a dog-on-dog attack is pushing for a bill to hold aggressive dog owners responsible.
This episode of State Press Weekly discusses the protests in Egypt and throughout the Middle East as well as Greenway University, which will bring medical marijuana education to the Valley.
Many people in the Sudanese community in Arizona support the independence of Southern Sudan and participated in the voting process.