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Students need to hold ASU accountable to have an effect on the cost of tuition.
Tuition increases are routine, but who is responsible for the increased cost?
ASU dining should encourage students to explore the local food scene.
There's a whole world of wonderful food options outside ASU campuses that students should be encouraged to try.
Cutting fees won't save you as much money as you think it will, and the services they fund are quite popular.
The price of going to ASU continues to rise, but fees are a relatively small part of the puzzle.
DACA recipients could be forced to pay 150 to 250 percent more for tuition at ASU.
Conservative Tea Partiers and liberal Resistance dominate our attention in post-2016 America, but their extreme politics are a recipe for destruction.
American politics requires more than just reaching out to Republicans or Democrats.
Social work students are pushing for more training, but how will it be accomplished?
ASU has several programs aimed at increasing civic engagement, but social work students want one specifically for undergraduate students.
The Undergraduate Student Government must get over its fear of commitments and collaborate with others to get the results students want.
The faculty's University Senate livestreams its meetings between rooms on Tempe, Downtown, Polytechnic and West campuses to provide a university-wide voice.
The four Undergraduate Student Governments are strongest when they work together. Unfortunately, they often can not agree on why or how to collaborate.
Students don't have to join a political party to be in politics. They can even make a bigger difference without the (R) or (D).
Alberto Olivas, executive director of the Congressman Ed Pastor Center for Politics and Public Service, said there are both nonpartisan and multipartisan ways to include people of all stripes in decision-making processes.