It's a Saturday night in October. A sea of maroon and gold floods Mountain America Stadium. The student section crawls with animated fans. Surging with adrenaline, Talen Osborn decides this is his chance to do the unthinkable — hop onto the railing and steal the show.
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Choosing the perfect university requires thorough research — with roughly 6,000 higher education institutions in the U.S. in 2020-2021, aspiring students must tackle the challenge of picking a school that best suits them. Some might make their decision based on degree programs; others might look into a campus's proximity to city life, the school's dorm quality or enticing extracurricular opportunities.
As a child, luck was a concept I fiercely clung to. I had heard the cautionary tales of my ancestors — all of the horrific misfortunes they endured as a means of survival — and collected them like pennies from a dilapidated fountain. Generations riddled with economic hardship and racial segregation on the way to the so-called American dream paved the way for a future where I would want for nothing.
Abroad in America: The unique opportunities and barriers faced by international students in the U.S.
This year, thousands of college students will choose to embark on the “once-in-a-lifetime” experience of studying abroad. Here in the U.S., it’s common for some students to take semester-long or year-long excursions around the world — a highly coveted opportunity for those looking to broaden their horizons.
The internet is a universe of its own, home to infinite galaxies of information strange and familiar to the common user. Our mobile devices are the machines we use to navigate these uncharted territories at light speed — or however long it takes for a page to load.
College can be an intimidating place, especially for incoming freshmen. We could all use a friend to guide us in the right direction, a friend who is always a text away, ready to offer words of encouragement, plenty of emojis and a set of listening ears. Although this ‘friend’ may seem hard to come by, it’s already waiting to meet you.
The decision to attend a public university is more than choosing a major, roommate or meal plan — for some, it can mean choosing a family. Greek Life is integral to ASU’s culture, and every year a new swarm of eager students rush to snag a spot in one of the University’s myriad Greek organizations. After all, there’s no other space on campus where words like “big” and “little” act as terms of endearment, and finding the brother or sister you never had is just a few thousand dollars away.
You’re scrolling through Instagram. A candid catches your eye. Two boys in black cowboy attire attending an ASU football game hold a sign that says "Show Me Your TD’s!!"