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The sacrifices made by public school teachers have been widely discussed over the last few months.
ASU's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications places a heavy emphasis on the importance of independent, truthful reporting in the journalism field with the hope that students will embody these values in their future workplaces.
In 2017, Arizona was ranked the worst state for teachers by WalletHub.
The Arizona Supreme Court ruled on Monday that Arizona schools can no longer grant in-state tuition to students covered by the Obama-Era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
ASU is one of the largest public universities in the nation, and despite the decline of its party-school reputation, the Sun Devils still rank in the top 50 of party schools in America.
Movements such as #MeToo and Time's Up have brought national attention to the issue of sexual assault and harassment.
Suicide on college campuses is often more prevalent than expected. When students feel overwhelmed by the pressures of their course load, work, and extracurricular commitments, it can take a toll on their mental health.
It's common for people to underestimate their ability to inspire change in their own communities, and it's most often young people who fall victim to this misconception.
The use of drugs and alcohol has become a major part of social life on college campuses. It's hard to find a college party that doesn't involve alcohol, and it seems like it's becoming equally common to see partygoers with vapes in hand.
Social media use is at an all-time high, which means that the messages sent by users are more public and more important than ever.
College tuition prices are at an all-time high, resulting in financial struggle for students and families across the nation.
Social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter now dominate every conversation people have, whether it be career-related or just for casual social interaction.
Every generation is plagued with its own stereotypes and dilemmas. Generation Z, anyone born between 1995 and 2012, has earned the reputation of being overly sensitive and easily offended.
In order for a society to flourish, the public must be informed and active. In the US, citizens are lucky enough to live under the First Amendment, which protects free speech and allows criticism of the government.
The glamorous and picture-perfect lives of sorority girls constructed by Hollywood and the media have become iconically tied with American college campuses.
With a current population of about 7.6 billion people, the Earth is subject to constant strain.
"The right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed" was bestowed upon U.S. citizens by their founding fathers in the U.S. Constitution.