USGD approves more than $29,000 in funding requests at the semester's 1st Senate meeting


The first USGD meeting of the semester included more than $29,000 in approved funding requests, which encompassed goals like a new safe escort trolley, business cards for the DPC Veteran’s Club and general funding for DPC Aware. Read story

Taylor Place houses overflow students in downtown hotel for second year


Taylor Place, Arizona State University’s downtown residence hall, was overbooked for the second year in a row. Several students were once again temporarily housed in a nearby hotel. Read story

Tattooed 'The Scary Guy' travels the world to spread his message of peace and love


The Scary Guy, his legal name since 1998, travels around the world speaking to religious groups, social services, governments and colleges to spread love and respect toward people in hope of achieving world peace. Read story

Devilishly Healthy: A nutrition and fitness guide for preserving the health of your college body


After a sun-kissed summer full of family, fun and frolicking about, it’s time to get back to the grindstone and knock out a successful fall semester! Devilishly Healthy extends its warmest welcome. Read story

Transgender ASU student appeals contentious prostitution conviction with actress' support


ASU social work senior Monica Jones issued an appeal to her conviction for “manifesting an intent to commit an act of prostitution.” She was joined at the Tuesday press conference and at a later public discussion at the Herberger Theater by Emmy-nominated actress Laverne Cox and New York-based ACLU staff attorney Chase Strangio. Read story

Now with move to Cronkite School, Arizona PBS a new outlet for student-produced content


The Walter Cronkite School is still working out the details of its new and complete partnership with Eight, Arizona PBS. The school hopes the channel will be the primary platform for work produced by students, officials say. Read story

Arizona PBS makes full move to Cronkite School in landmark journalism partnership


Arizona PBS, the Valley’s PBS station, officially moved to the Walter Cronkite School Tuesday. This marks a full extension of ASU’s relationship with the 53-year-old nonprofit channel. Read story

Gubernatorial candidates discuss education, immigration and economy at open forum


Republican, Democratic and independent candidates for Arizona governor took the stage at Central High School Tuesday in a forum discussing some of the most divisive topics facing the state today, including immigration, education and corporate welfare. Read story

Week honoring anniversary of Civil Rights Act of 1964 culminates in downtown celebration


A week of Phoenix events celebrating the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 ended on Wednesday night with the Golden Anniversary Celebration at the George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center. Read story

Washington Fellowship summer program at ASU brings young African leaders downtown


ASU was chosen as one of 20 schools to host 25 young African leaders for their inaugural Washington Fellowship exchange program. The fellows will study matters regarding civic leadership in their six-week stay at ASU. Read story