An ASASUD senator for the Walter Cronkite School resigned from his post Monday, the third Senate resignation this semester.
Nearly 150 people competed in the fourth annual Phoenix Idiotarod on Saturday. About 30 teams drove modified shopping carts around downtown Phoenix participating in drinking competitions and making mandatory pit stops at local bars and restaurants while sporting creative costumes.
University student governments presented a new facilities fee proposal at a town hall meeting on Friday that would charge students $75 per semester.
Kids and their families visited the Historic Heritage Square on Dec. 5 to sit with Santa, ride a train and decorate cookies as part of a fund raising event to support the museum at the Rosson House, a historic home built in 1895.
The Walter Cronkite School hosted Sheriff Joe Arpaio in a “Meet the Press” style interview on Nov. 30, and by the end of the night, many Cronkite students hung their heads in shame because of a group of students whose singing in protest ended the night early.