Accountability seems to be the theme of the week in regards to the political, academic and social controversies that have recently taken place.
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Festival season is in full swing, and this time of year brings concerts galore and Instagram feeds filled to the brim with intense outfits and pictures of overpriced watermelon slices.
Notre Dame was up in flames earlier this week and, in some ways, this was representative of the ongoing issues facing students, countries and online communities.
“Fans want the music, but they want a politician,” Aminé sung in his song "STFU."
As the 2020 presidential election approaches, these opinion columns prove that there is more than meets the eye when it comes to people and current events, sparking controversy across the nation and across college campuses.
Following recent events, the U.S.-Mexico border continues to be in a state of chaos and LGBTQ+ students must go toe to toe with lawmakers as PRIDE approaches.
With public officials sending messages about global warming and special education, this week's news highlighted their voices and the opposition they faced. Columnists everywhere sounded off, as should college students. There was prominent focus on politics across the nation and its many college campuses as well as what to do moving forward.
Whether it be the future of health care or Trump’s daily comments, these opinion pieces are widespread on their coverage of issues facing different communities — all of which college students should keep an eye on. From white terrorism possibly being an effect of this administration to uncertainty still surrounding the recently approved drought plan, there is more than enough reason to stay in the loop.
This week has proven to be a hub of socially charged and fiscally irresponsible news that brought ASU students to their feet defending the environment, and even their school, from Aunt Becky’s harsh words.
With hundreds of opinions, perspectives and viewpoints seemingly being shot into oblivion (or the depths of the internet), it may be difficult for students to find columns and content regarding issues that impact their everyday lives.
Periods, pads and tampons — all things I use in conversation to gain the attention of people that seem to overlook the importance of menstrual health.
A question students often ponder in college classrooms is, "How will this help me in the future?"
Open Twitter. Like a tweet. And quickly, tweet out #womensmarch in support of the modern day women's movements. Then, exit the app and go on with the rest of the day.
No. 1 in innovation? Well, yeah, I sure hope we are.
Want to represent Tinder and make some quick cash? Want to be a Nike rep for the semester?
Men are trash.
Arizona State University's student body is made up of a range of talents, and music is most definitely one of them. From punk bands to soul singers, here are five music groups around ASU that you should be listening to right now.
Hookup culture is promoted by dating apps and the party scene surrounding college campuses like ASU. However, this may have a negative impact on those involved in said hookups.
In recent years, social media has created new words and phrases for different types of viral videos and content. One of the most common terms for viral content is a meme.
The Valley is rich in book clubs for all types of readers. The ASU Book Group, located on the Tempe campus, is the most convenient example for the ASU community.