Senate, Arizona State University, free speech
Sep 15, 2023

ASU probe finds controversial speaking engagement revealed ‘no evidence’ of censorship

Arizona State University’s internal investigation into a controversial speaking engagement revealed “no evidence” of censorship by ASU faculty or administrators and found allegations by former director of the since shuttered host, the T.W. Lewis Center, were not “supported by the facts.”  

Latinx students, ASU, Swarthmore College, DACA, Barrett, The Honors College
Jul 27, 2023

Young adults from diverse community shine like stars above

The time is NOW for our state to decrease the professional hardships inflicted on mixed-status, DACA and undocumented college graduates.

ASU, Gammage Auditorium, Joint Legislative Ad Hoc Committee on Freedom of Expression at Arizona’s Public Universities, Linda Blake, terminiated
Jul 27, 2023

2nd ASU firing ‘retaliation’ for conservative event

Another former Arizona State University employee has come forward with allegations she was terminated from her position as “retaliation” for producing events that university administrators didn’t like.

Aug 20, 2018

Honors seminar allows students to ponder ‘great force of history’

This academic year, Barrett, The Honors College at Arizona State University, is celebrating its 30th anniversary. In a few days, a record number of talented students will sit down for their first day of “The Human Event,” Barrett’s signature first-year seminar.