Being disabled is not, has not and will never be a tragedy in Joey Hagemeier’s world. Hagemeier was born blind and lived a normal childhood, going to school and playing in the backyard with his siblings.
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According to the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network, 11.2 percent of college students ages 18 to 24 years old, will experience some form of sexual assault while enrolled at a higher education institution. Only 20 percent of sexual assaults are reported to law enforcement.
Will Arizona become a swing state? Hillary Clinton officially leads Donald Trump in a new Arizona poll
The Arizona Republic, the Morrison Institute for Public Policy and Cronkite News teamed up to conduct a poll on the presidential election and some of the results tell a tale Arizona hasn't told since 1996.
According to Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN) 11.2 percent of college students, ages 18 to 24 years old, will experience some form of sexual assault while enrolled at a higher education institution.
As the November election draws closer, marijuana's potential legalization for recreation has drawn comparisons to similar legislation across the country.
Amir Harris is a junior at ASU who's working hard to start his career before he even graduates.
If you know an ASU student, give them a hug this month.
The U.S. accounts for 5 percent of the world’s population, but incarcerates 25 percent of the world’s prisoners. As of 2014, the U.S. has 2.4 million people being held in prisons and jails across the country.
Word on the street is that if you’ve done it once, you’ll do it again.
Online classes — ASU offers hundreds of them. You can complete assignments when you’re at work or you can do them half-naked on your couch. The student has the control, and that makes iCourses awesome, right?
We hear about the girls who go days and weeks without eating. We hear about the girls who find themselves leaning over a toilet after every meal. We hear about the girls who overeat, only to hate themselves into starvation mode the next day. The ones we don’t hear about are the majority: the people, not just girls, who are obsessively monitoring what goes into their bodies, and what their bodies expel, in silence.
At the moment, one of the greatest fears in the U.S. terrorism.
High school graduation ushers in several important life questions, starting with whether or not you choose to go to college, and if you do, where you will live. Most four-year universities have on-campus housing and in turn enforce some sort of housing expectation for students. ASU encourages its students live on campus for at least one year unless they can prove extenuating circumstances to receive an exemption.
On a personal level, I know that the control so many people are empowered by has started to encapsulate my life. As I am typing, I look over to the Fitbit on my left wrist, tap … tap … tap.
On any given day more than 123,000 people are on a waiting list, anxiously hoping to be lucky enough to receive life-altering organ donations. Every 10 minutes, another person gets added to that same list.
In 1970, the average age for first-time mothers was a mere 21 years old. With that being said, only approximately 43 percent of women were earning two to four year degrees, whereas nearly 58 percent of men were doing so.
As a woman, I am thankful to live in modern-day America, as those before me could not even imagine the world I am living in today. I am excited to be educated, successful and someday, renowned. Currently, I am 18 and the 2016 presidential election is only months away. Needless to say, I am thrilled to be able to exercise the right given to me nearly a century ago by the nineteenth amendment.
I started attending ASU in August with high hopes and big expectations, and I am thankful to say this school has not let me down. While much of my college experience is unique to my seemingly never-ending schedule, I know many of my daily struggles are shared with a lot of other students. Some days my venture into adulthood feels heavy enough to incapacitate me, and other days, I cannot help but laugh at how simplistic my life has become. Every day, I learn something new about my school, myself and life in general, but here are the ten most impactful lessons I have learned in my first semester away at college.
In the wake of seemingly countless unprecedented murders, the public is not at fault for assuming something must be wrong with the minds of these killers. In most cases, it is likely.
I walk in the doors of the Sun Devil Fitness Complex in downtown Phoenix, scan my ID and put my headphones in. Then, I check my workout for the day, accept that death is upon me and head over to the squat rack.