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In this week's "minisode," politics editor Allie Bice discusses an on-campus demonstration against the Mexico City policy, also known as the global gag rule. The policy restricts U.S. funding to overseas aid groups that provide abortions or promote abortion as an option in family planning. Reporters Chris McCrory and Joe Leonard covered the demonstration.
This week, The Forks Estate focuses on SB 1384, a bill that would grant greater freedoms to student journalists in Arizona high schools, and former host Joshua Bowling explains bills in the state.
ASU student Oscar Hernandez said he felt he didn't do enough to prevent the election of President Donald Trump, a president that could potentially change his life.
Twenty-four Phoenix community leaders were sworn into a committee Wednesday that will work to end HIV as a major public health threat by 2030.
The Forks Estate is back for the Spring semester! Join hosts and new politics editors Allie Bice and Chris Wood as they talk about Inauguration Day, the Women's March in Phoenix and HB 2260, a bill that could prevent students from voting.
Despite social stigmas, joining Greek life at ASU has made
me a better student, woman and feminist.
After more than two weeks of campaigning, last Thursday's Tempe Undergraduate Student Government executive election results revealed no candidate won 51 percent of the vote, meaning that a runoff election was necessary.
Hundreds of Donald Trump protesters stood outside the candidate's Fountain Hills rally Saturday afternoon, carrying signs that read, "Love Trumps Hate," "Dump Trump" and "Stand Against Racism."
In high school, I ran for senior class president with no
real platform other than I was hardworking and equipped with treats to buy my
peers' votes. I’d like to think I won the election because my classmates believed
in me, but something tells me the Rice Krispies Treats I passed out had something to do with
it. My friends in different cliques also didn’t hurt my chances.
Columnist Allie Bice only ate food from the Provisions on Demand Markets on campus for a week. This meal was purchased for lunch on Monday, Feb. 29, 2016, from the Memorial Union POD Market on the Tempe campus.
In an effort to use all of my Maroon and Gold Dollars before the semester is up — and eat whatever I want in the name of journalism — I used the University currency for food for an entire week. I wanted to see what kind of food is available to those who only have M & G.
On Wednesday, Kesha took to Facebook to speak about her case against her producer, Dr. Luke, stating she was grateful for the support she's received since a court ruling denied her the ability to leave her current record label.
Arizona Sen. John McCain told ASU students Friday that there
is “a certain saneness” to the anti-establishment themes presidential
candidates Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump are running on.
With midterms in full swing, it’s important to find a place
that allows you to get in the zone and study. ASU's Tempe campus has nearly 60,000 students, and
sometimes it’s difficult to find a spot to sit and focus without any
interruptions. Let’s face it, your dorm room is filled with distractions and Hayden Library is nicknamed Club Hayden for a reason.
Last Friday, one Bernie Sanders supporter discovered her Tinder account was locked due to outwardly expressing her “Berning” passion.
As of Thursday, the Barbie doll we all know and love comes in three new body types: tall, petite and curvy.
Practices dictating how countries accept refugees has been a hot-button issue since the November Paris attacks, but one ASU international student and her mother are hoping to change the stigma against refugees through meditation practice.