Jimmy Arwood


jimsarwood@yahoo.com

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Vegetarian? Living on campus? It's quite the adventure for students who survive off of dining hall food.


Opinion columns are a balance of manipulation and entertainment.


The programming fee is what funds student government, and subsequently student organizations. Students should have a say in any fee increases. 


There are practical solutions one can take if they are unhappy with the current state of government.


Bill Pearce (D), candidate for the Arizona statewide office of Mine Inspector, addresses Democrats in Tempe's Legislative District 26 meeting.


Bill Pearce (D), candidate for the Arizona statewide office of Mine Inspector, addresses Democrats in Tempe's Legislative District 26 meeting.


Congressman Ed Pastor and elected officials explain why they are supporting the Save Our Schools effort.



Christine Marsh (pictured at the front of the room), a teacher from Scottsdale, announced her bid for State Senate in 2018 as a Democrat for Legislative District 28. Marsh made the announcement in front of her Chaparral high school students on May 23, 2017.


ASU students grab a slice of pizza prior to the Policy Talk Series on Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016. Arwood said the goal is to create a casual vibe in order to help students feel comfortable when expressing their opinion.


USGD staff and attendees pose for a portrait at the inaugural Policy Talk Series on Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016. The talks serve as a sort of town hall-style meeting for the downtown student body and their representatives.


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