The NCAA recruiting investigation into Arizona State’s football program is not close to being resolved, according to comments from ASU President Michael Crow to The Athletic on Tuesday. “I know we haven’t been very vocal about anything from my office because the NCAA asks us not to say anything,” CrowRead More →

Oregon-based Pac-12 reporter John Canzano wanted to double-check and make sure his many sources were all aligned on one particular point. Canzano, who is also a columnist and radio host, delved into a story about the realignment of college sports. It wrote the following in its substack: There have beenRead More →

The Pac-12 conference predictions are in and they’re generally not kind to Arizona State and Arizona in their projected arrival at the conference. But it doesn’t take too impressive a win-loss record to make a game of college football. Will ASU and Arizona make bowl games this season? We lookedRead More →

Deadline: September 1, 2022 Applications are open for the 2022/2023 Arizona State University Presidential Postdoctoral Fellowship in Educational Leadership. The Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College (MLFTC) at Arizona State University (ASU) invites applications for up to two postdoctoral fellow positions in the field of instructional leadership. Education Leadership, a programmaticRead More →

Merlin Robertson and the Sun Devils are ranked No. 80 in Athlon Sports’ Top 131 for the 2022 college football season Arizona State’s gradual three-year rise under Herm Edwards faced sudden turbulence last summer when the start of an NCAA investigation into alleged recruiting irregularities rocked the program throughout aRead More →

The Justice Department has subpoenaed two Republican Arizona state senators for information related to possible correspondence with lawyers for President Donald Trump amid attempts to overturn the results of the presidential election in 2020 were underway. Karen Fann, President of the Arizona Senate, and Sen. Kelly Townsend received subpoenas lastRead More →

Processing Archivist The ASU Library seeks a Processing Archivist to organize, describe, and provide access to archival materials within the unique and diverse collections of the ASU Library. Reporting to the Head of Community Archives, the Processing Archivist applies appropriate professional standards and best practices in processing special and archivalRead More →

Arizona State University (ASU) – one of the largest public universities in the United States – intends to join the Metaverse and Web3 ecosystems. It also plans to release non-fungible tokens (NFTs) to authenticate event tickets and certificates. ASU will hold classes in a “virtual environment” A series of trademarkRead More →

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Texas won the national title that eluded its current seniors three years ago. No tornadoes, no disappointments, just one clutch after another. Travis Vick putted two 30-footers on the 18th hole to beat Cameron Sisk and Texas won its fourth national championship by fending off Arizona State’sRead More →

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Within 48 hours of declaring Joe Biden the winner of the 2020 presidential election, longtime Republican operative Virginia Thomas, the wife of arch-reactionary Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, emailed two Arizona state legislators asking them to reject the popular vote and choose instead. a new pro-Trump “clean slate” of voters,Read More →

Twenty-eight of Arizona’s 51 state lawmakers running for re-election this year — nine Democrats and 17 Republicans — face contested primaries. That equates to 55% of incumbents seeking re-election, the highest rate since 2014. The remaining 45% of incumbents do not face major challengers. Twenty-eight incumbents is, on its own,Read More →