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Nursing students at ASU have to pay large amounts of money on out-of-pocket expenses for equipment and travel required for the major. This limits access to the program and hinders students’ ability to go into a field that is in high demand.
Tempe voters should vote no on propositions 301, 302 and 303 to protect their community from further escalation of crises in affordability, sustainability and tax breaks for the wealthy.
The Arizona State Legislature and ASU leadership should prioritize resources for the progressive institutions that exist at the University, not the Koch and conservative state Legislature-backed School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership.
The cracks in the existing name, image and likeness foundation at ASU is a major reason for the men's basketball's struggle to keep rising stars in Tempe.
Bobby Hurley's tenure as ASU men's basketball coach was in question weeks ago. After starting 15-3, the team dropped nine of its last 13 games to finish the regular season 20-11.
Contradicting statements from President Michael Crow and Athletic Director Ray Anderson about Desert Financial Arena are concerning and unacceptable, as athletes at ASU depend upon it to succeed in their sports.
Kevin Durant's arrival in Phoenix was a bittersweet moment for Suns fans, as the team also traded away its beloved "twins," Mikal Bridges and Cam Johnson. Phoenix should not have traded away two of its best and most beloved players in order to improve its shot at the NBA Finals.
The $1.8 billion development, South Pier at Tempe Town Lake, that could be on the ballot in May is a perfect example of how the commodification of housing has a tremendous impact on student life.
Philadelphia and Kansas City will meet on Super Bowl Sunday in a familiar setting for Patrick Mahomes’ squad; however, the Eagles have superior talent, and Jalen Hurts will be the key to its victory.
The demands of ASU activists and students have been repeatedly dismissed and ignored by the University, even when those students and other local community members have been engaged in peaceful protest and engaged in talks with the administration.
ASU men's basketball is in the midst of potentially its best season ever. Whether that happens, though, will depend on how Bobby Hurley's squad finishes. If the start of their season is any indication, we could be watching a historic run for the Sun Devils.
College football players at ASU need better health care because of the inherent danger of playing the sport, including long-term health risks.
ASU hiring Kenny Dillingham as its head football coach is exactly the kind of move the University should have made years ago. Dillingham, a young leader with local roots, has exactly what it takes to become a great head coach at ASU, the first great head coach the University will have had in a long time.
The midterm elections brought some good news for supporters of abortion rights, immigrants, environmental activists, and union members among other groups, with Democrats Mark Kelly and Katie Hobbs winning key races in the state.
While ASU claims to be a sustainable institution, its endowment is run by BlackRock, a perpetrator of carbon emissions, and ASU's strategy of using carbon offsets to reach "net-zero" goals is dubious at best.
Voters in Arizona and around the country once again proved that when presented with legislation directly, they will frequently vote more progressively than politicians.
Voter intimidation and suppression are increasing around Arizona, and people need to mobilize to protect the right to vote. The case of ballot dropbox monitoring in Maricopa County is a pertinent example of how that suppression and intimidation is manifesting itself, and other efforts must be anticipated.
ASU recently told Tooker House residents through email that it would charge “the whole building” for damages totaling around $10,000 if it cannot find the individual culprits. This is a gross example of ASU, which has historically neglected its dorm buildings, using its power to demand students pay for damages that pale in comparison to problems the University itself has neglected to fix.
Anti-democratic propositions and candidates on the ballot in Arizona should be seen as direct attacks on democratic processes in the state and the U.S., and voters should oppose them when voting this election cycle.
Crucial Arizona midterm elections are approaching, and while Mark Kelly and Katie Hobbs are clearly better candidates than Blake Masters and Kari Lake because of their policy positions, their brand of modern liberalism is doomed to fail against right-wing authoritarianism in the long run.