As rooms in residence halls are filled, fewer students are able to live on campus. Instead of focusing on projects like Mirabella at ASU, and new research buildings such as the Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building 7, ASU should provide for students and guarantee them a place to live.
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ASU students will see a rise in tuition next year if the Arizona Board of Regents approves President Michael Crow's tuition increase.
Looking after our mental and physical well-being is essential, but as students, it's hard to balance our hobbies, a sleep schedule and class workload.
Higher education today can't be discussed without mentioning innovation. Colleges have to stay relevant, sustainable and ahead of the game. ASU is doing a great job in contributing to the welfare of its community and to Arizona. This is why ASU still remains No. 1 in innovation.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on our lives. Many of us are still facing challenges such as stress, anxiety, fear, loss and anger. These are strong emotions that can make us feel lonely and isolated. Those who were already struggling with their mental health are now having exacerbated symptoms. When the pandemic hit, many of us reached our boiling point.
There is a right way to include diversity in TV shows, and then there is a wrong way. Unfortunately, many filmmakers only think that they need to check the boxes of diversity and inclusion. Instead, they should include people from diverse backgrounds at all levels of the production.