Arizona is leading the nation in both cuts to higher-education funding and increases in tuition costs since 2008.The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities looked at pre-recession levels of higher-ed funding and tuition costs in all 50 states. While a vast majority of states made both funding cuts a ... More >>
It's not exactly shocking that those with higher educations generally earn more money. But a paper published through the National Bureau of Economic Research also finds that those with a higher education are generally healthier as well.Researchers from ASU, the University of Chicago, and the Univers ... More >>
Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton will be at Arizona State University next week for the family's annual meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative University.According to an announcement from the Clinton Global Initiative, more than 1,000 college students from around the world are expected to attend ... More >>
Even the most casual observers know an Arizona State University fraternity's "MLK Black Party" isn't the first ASU fraternity party to face public scrutiny.Check out 10 of the worst parties involving ASU fraternity members, which includes events not officially sanctioned by the fraternities:
Amid all the outrage over ASU fraternity brothers having an "MLK Black Party," in which white students mocked black people to go along with the party's theme, there is one person who's defending the students who hosted the party.Michael Meyers, who's black, and the head of the New York Civil Rights ... More >>
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity at Arizona State University is beyond the point of being put on double secret probation.An ASU spokeswoman says the fraternity -- which has been involved in a pair of high-profile, alcohol-related incidents over the past year -- has had its status as a recognized f ... More >>
We're sure the frat boys at Arizona State University make poor decisions on an hourly basis, but there have been some extraordinarily poor decisions made recently by the bros.One might imagine that a fraternity member's accidental death late last year might be a bit of a wake-up call for the frat bo ... More >>
Here's just what society needs -- a video of frat boys in a big fight at a Tempe apartment complex.Police said the fight, which occurred early Sunday morning and involved the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, led to five Arizona State University students being hospitalized.See also:-Frat Party Gone Aw ... More >>
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed a bill yesterday that bans the use or possession of medical marijuana on college campuses, other schools campuses and childcare facilities.Opponents, including Joe Yuhas of the Arizona Medical Marijuana Association, predict the new law will end up being contested i ... More >>
Uriel Garcia The Maricopa Community Colleges Governing Board at a special meeting last night.It's official: undocumented students enrolled in Maricopa Community Colleges this fall will have to pay $317 per credit hour. The Community Colleges Governing Board voted to implement its t ... More >>
Cronkite NewsChristian Lira: an undocumented student whose scholarship is running out.Arizona Republicans can pat themselves on the back: fewer students are being educated. That is what constitutes success in this state's legislature. In spring 2007, there were 1,524 undocumented students i ... More >>
Celso MirelesLaurita Moore, an educator and an activist, giving the board hell.The first person to stand up and address the board at yesterday evening's Maricopa Community College Board meeting wanted to inform them about the Model UN team's successes at Chandler-Gilbert Community College. T ... More >>
News MildUndocumented students walk through a minefield of laws in pursuit of higher education.Some bills die on the floor of the statehouse. Others die on the governor's desk. Sometimes, they die in the courts. And then there are those that die in a legislative committee, along party lines, li ... More >>
Maricopa Community Colleges board member Debra Pearson can expect an earful at tomorrow's meeting in Tempe. The Maricopa Community College Governing Board is meeting tomorrow at the District Support Services Center in Tempe and it's expecting company -- protesters demonstrating against th ... More >>
www.montgomerycollege.edu Brian K. Johnson, in better days.The Governing Board of the Maricopa Community Colleges meets tomorrow morning to vote on candidates for several positions available within the institution. But the board will not vote on the Maricopa Community Colleges ... More >>
www.motivatedphotos.comAfter a brief fall from grace, thanks -- in part -- to Arizona State University President Michael Crow's ruthless crusade against fun under the disguise of "The New American University," the Sun Devils are back in Playboy magazine's list of top 10 party schools in the count ... More >>
PVCC goes off the deep end
Image by Craig Smith, Courtesy of the Heard Museum.Talk about some big shoes to fill.Back in April 2009, Heard Museum Director, Frank Goodyear announced plans for retirement for the end of this year after a decade of service. The man is responsible for the expansion of programming and the additio ... More >>
What's crazier than a screaming woman in labor? A screaming robot woman in labor. It sounds like a joke, but it's not. The University of Arizona Medical Center is the proud owner of their very own pregnant robot-mannequin lady. Named Noelle, she grunts, screams, yells at the doctors, pees, ... More >>
Arizona needs a more affordable business model for its universities in the face of state budget realities, Governor Jan Brewer said this morning to the Arizona Board of Regents. In the short term, hundreds of millions of federal stimulus dollars will be used over the next couple ... More >>
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After years of retaliation because she was a whistleblower, a leading Alzheimer's researcher can vouch for how poorly Arizona law protects university employees who report waste or fraud
A resident gets cut from Maricopa Medical Center's surgical training program. She says it's discrimination. It's just the latest problem facing the center's taxpayer-funded contractor, Medpro.
After one drunken afternoon in 1994, longtime ASU law lecturer Michael Berch was forced to take an extended leave of absence. Now, despite allegations that he sexually harassed students and colleagues, he's returning to the classroom.
INVESTORS WANT WESTERN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY TO CASH IN ON THE MBA CRAZE. BUT THE SCHOOL HAS YET TO MASTER ITS OWN BUSINESS PROBLEMS
THE MEDICAL DIRECTOR SAID ASU ADMINISTRATORS WERE ENDANGERING THE HEALTH OF STUDENT ATHLETES. THE DIRECTOR GOT FIRED. THE DANGER'S STILL THERE.