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Students in four-year colleges in Arizona graduated with some of the lowest college debt in the nation in 2012, according to a new report.
About five years ago, Vice Provost Joseph Carter was attending a concert when he felt a tap on his shoulder.
Arizona Department of Public Safety detectives said they uncovered what was "essentially a pill factory" in the student's room.
Arizona State University and the city of Phoenix showed off the design of a proposed 260,000-square-foot home for the ASU law school.
Sandra moved from the small border city of Yuma, Arizona to study Broadcast Journalism at Arizona State University in the late 90s.
Arizona authorities have arrested a local college student, accusing him of manufacturing the drug Ecstasy in his off-campus apartment.
An Arizona State University student was running a "significant ecstasy manufacturing operation" out of his Tempe apartment, police say.
The Phi Beta Kappa Society , the nation's oldest academic honor society, formally launched its National Arts & Sciences Initiative to energize support for a broad-based arts and sciences education for the value and opportunity it brings through all of life.
Phoenix is ahead of schedule in its effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from city operations.
Officials with the Public Works Department point to a recent report by Arizona State University that shows the city has reduced greenhouse gas emissions by more than 7 percent.
Originally from southern California, I began working in radio in 2010 at my community college station DJing late night shows on the school's jazz station, 88.5FM KSBR.
Arizona State University is well-known for its revelry , and apparently, things get pretty crazy in the student section of the football stadium.
Arizona's anti-immigrant laws and image could be holding back the state's population growth and its recovery from the deep recession.
This article is part of Future Tense, a collaboration among Arizona State University , the New America Foundation , and Slate that explores the ways emerging technologies affect society, policy, and culture.
Speakers told lawmakers Tuesday night there are many more holes in the state's CPS agency than just the current crisis.