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Tuition increases are routine, but who is responsible for the increased cost?
As students return to campus this month, they will have to find a way to pay for a bill that will continue to grow each year they return.
There's a whole world of wonderful food options outside ASU campuses that students should be encouraged to try.
Many students may fall into a rut of eating at a campus dining hall for breakfast, lunch and dinner, but if they wander off campus, they will find a whole better world.
The price of going to ASU continues to rise, but fees are a relatively small part of the puzzle.
As a former member of student government, I often heard about how we should eliminate funding for events on campus, athletics and even counseling from a wide variety of students.
Update, 6/29/17: On Thursday, June 29, the Arizona Board of Regents convened in a special session to discuss their response to the Arizona Court of Appeals decision. ABOR decided to continue offering in-state tuition to DACA recipients while the court case, Arizona v. MCCCD, is reviewed by the courts. Regent Jay Heiler opposed the motion stating he did not feel it was appropriate while the Court of Appeals ruling stood but expressed sympathy and noted continued communication by ABOR to the federal administration supporting DACA students. The letter was sent on December 9, 2016.
American politics requires more than just reaching out to Republicans or Democrats.
Conservative Tea Partiers and liberal Resistance dominate our attention in post-2016 America, but their extreme politics are a recipe for destruction for their parties and the country.
ASU has several programs aimed at increasing civic engagement, but social work students want one specifically for undergraduate students.
Students from the School of Social Work at ASU are calling for the creation of an advocacy and candidate training program for which implementation may come this year.
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.
The Undergraduate Student Government’s fear of intercampus and inter-university coordination has marginalized the student voice both within ASU and at the statewide level.
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.
It is perhaps the most repeated political cliche that we should put country before party, but what does that really mean, and how can one be political without being partisan?