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For an ASU student, a day of homework, studying or cramming can mean more than just endless hours spent sitting at a dorm room desk surrounded by snack wrappers and piles of laundry.
Old habits, such as casually sneezing into the open air, die hard.
As spring break quickly approaches, whether the rest of your squad flaked on you or you forgot about break altogether, you may find yourself without plans.
At ASU, it is common for a chorus of sniffling to fill classrooms, especially during flu season.
For many students, academics is everything. Their major map, however, does not always encompass all the opportunities available to them.
While all first-year students are encouraged to live on campus and are required to purchase some type of meal plan if they do so, not all students are satisfied with the dining options they are offered.
Ticket pre-sales, VIP packages, merchandise and Uber rides often add up for the overwhelmed concert-goer.
On Feb. 16, ASU’s Undergraduate Student Government approved a health bill to increase the health services fee by $15 per student per semester.
Juice cleansing, a fad diet that has found its way to ASU’s Tempe campus at the restaurant Freshii, is said to be a way to detox the body, reboot the metabolism and lose weight.
Between school work, extracurriculars, jobs and an otherwise busy life, many students rely on some form of planner which, lately, is often digital.
Graphic published on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018.
From the beginning of the semester to its bittersweet end, Blackboard is the best friend of many ASU students. It enables them to submit assignments online, keep track of due dates and, perhaps most appreciated, check their grades continually throughout the semester.
ASU has made a name for itself in the field of sustainability. Between founding one of the leading sustainability schools in the country and creating ambitious goals to reduce carbon emissions, the University is trying to be more environmentally conscious.
On Jan. 13, babe.net published an anonymous woman’s account of her date with actor and comedian Aziz Ansari, in which she said she felt sexually pressured despite giving both verbal and nonverbal cues of her disinterest.
In a college town like Tempe, ASU students have an easy avenue to diversify their shopping and get more involved in their local economy.
In a letter to the editor published in December 2017, Addie Fairley, a business law junior at ASU, said that “if you have made it into college without the use of study drugs, you are more than capable of sitting down and studying on your own … turning to amphetamines is a cop out way of getting the job done.”