It's almost 2017, and a woman's body image still has more importance than her education.
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Thanksgiving is this Thursday and as families are getting ready to celebrate, college students are approaching finals week. If you think we're excited for this holiday, think again.
Many people think that if you're Hispanic, you must speak Spanish.
Arizona has overcome a very long, uphill battle as many campaigns and efforts to put a stop to Sheriff Joe Arpaio's hate and racial profiling has come to an end. As Donald J. Trump holds the future of of our state and our nation in his hand as the future president, uncertainty and fear are inevitable.
As a native Puerto Rican going to college in the U.S., I speak both Spanish and English. To me, being bilingual is more than just a conversation starter: it allows me to actually connect with more people.
It has been a long and overwhelming day. It's late and as you are walking toward your car a stranger approaches you. You're a little bit alarmed, but you try to stay calm.
"Not everything about culture is beautiful," said Carlos J. Ovando, Ph.D, Emeritus professor in the School of Transborder Studies in ASU.
“I’m a broke college student.”
Today, news is even more accessible because the way it is consumed has changed. Yet on very rare occasions do people take the time to discuss and wonder about the challenges potential reporters have in today's evolving news industry.
There is a popular misunderstanding that culture shock only happens when students study abroad. As students prepare for these kinds of programs, they're trained and briefly oriented on how to deal with cultural differences overseas.
We are all capable of acknowledging our character within our society which is determined by culture. In reality, the world as "we see it" can vary substantially across cultures and groups of people.
Through the celebration of art and culture, Hispanic Heritage Month gives Arizonans and ASU students the opportunity to properly explore new and different components within the Latino culture. #HHM is a designated time to celebrate the culture, history and heritage of thousand of Latinos living in the U.S.
Deportation seems to be the immediate solution to control unauthorized arrivals into the U.S. based on contempt. Today, immigration debates revolve around an ethnocentric narrative that fails to put cultural differences and experiences into perspective.
Young Latinxs in the U.S. are creating a new sense of identity, yet are still expected to resist or assimilate between cultures, creating uncertainty in how they present themselves.