Avoiding a problem is not always worth the repercussions that follow and waiting to confront an issue can make it more complex — and sometimes, worse — in the long run.
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We’ve all been there at some point freshman year: Sitting in our dorm room with an overwhelming sense of loneliness.
The Arizona Department of Education recently held a public meeting to discuss whether statewide sexual education should be modified.
In January 2018, ASU faculty associate Scott Warren was arrested on charges of concealing, harboring or shielding undocumented immigrants.
As the 2020 presidential primaries approach, more candidates are expected to begin visiting the Valley in order to appeal to the ASU student base.
Considering the multitude of additional uses that the medication can serve, the term “birth control” does not do the treatment justice.
Social norms in college perpetuate an expectation of having sexual relationships. For some, this is highly celebrated and seen as instrumental to our identities and social status in college.
“The two things you should never talk about on a first date are politics and religion.”
Across the board, Pride is becoming more normalized amongst our generation. Chances are, you saw a lot of Instagram posts and stories about Pride this past weekend.
Although being a lesbian limits the dating pool for me, I still feel like I see all of my Tinder matches 60 times a day. Of course, there's the awkward eye contact when you both realize why the other person looks so familiar (and honestly, I sometimes regret ghosting them when I see they're cuter in person). But it never has to be that big of a deal.
There's nothing clever about rebranding the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences as "The College." It's far more than marketing speak or a turn of phrase.
“I’m okay with you being gay, but you don’t need to shove it down everyone’s throats.”
While the population of women enrolled at ASU in fall 2017 was reported to be 47 percent, the University is lacking a crucial symbol of solidarity and support with their female student population — a women's resource center.
Being a college student requires one to prioritize their academic career over their personal lives almost daily.
For the first two years of college, I was burdened by the presence of the predisposed agenda about what we are allowed to be and what we are and are not allowed to do, better known as Catholic guilt. This religious manifestation came from my upbringing in a traditional Mexican Catholic household.
ASU's Tempe campus has recently seen some of the biggest stars in politics come speak to the student body. What is most surprising, however, is that the political figures coming to ASU are not necessarily just Arizona candidates.
As the Halloween season makes another round, the yearly conversation about cultural appropriation and offensive costumes gains momentum.
One of the easiest ways to connect with new people, for me, is through identifying common themes between our backgrounds. Throughout my time at ASU, however, I have struggled to connect with other people through the retellings of our upbringings.
As one of the largest universities in the country, ASU prides itself on its diversity and focus on inclusivity. This is clear by its decision to have a specialized Office of Inclusion and Community Engagement.
Students of color, especially women, may face different hardships throughout their college career than their white counterparts in the classroom.