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Students should exercise discretion when posting on social media.
Aerospace technology deserves more recognition for the way it has enhanced communication and daily life for students.
There is more to the holidays than Starbucks's coffee cup designs.
Students should be cautious when following health advice from social media personalities.
The issue of gun violence is far from a clear solution.
The stereotypes girls are exposed to from a young age form the foundation for a lifetime of lower pay.
Sustainability initiatives, such as the ones taken by ASU, are far more important than debating or refuting human involvement in climate change.
Adolescents who did not receive comprehensive sex education in high school are taught how to stay safe in college.
Young adults should be aware of the ongoing opioid crisis as well as their personal susceptibility to it.
The negative repercussions to fitness tracking should not inhibit the development of future fitness apps.
Getting involved in programs that allow students to interact with pets can relieve homesickness and provide comfort.
ASU aerospace engineering freshman Karishma Albal pets a cat on Friday, July 21, 2017 in Dingolfing, Germany.
ASU aerospace engineering freshman Karishma Albal and NAU freshman Brooke Apana sit on Humboldt Mountain, located north of Phoenix, Arizona on Tuesday, July 4, 2017.
Twenty-first century literature offers unique viewpoints and cultural perspectives for students to consider.
Thinking about both the intent and execution of an advertisement is crucial in understanding the issues it presents.
Students should focus on more than just their chosen major when going into the job market.
The effectiveness of political discussion over social media varies based on the platform.
Students should be more conscientious of their behavioral and physical health, because neglecting them can lead to illness.
For millennials, humor pertaining to somber themes could be a new way of forming community.