Getting phone notifications from different apps has become expected and interacting with these apps has practically become second nature for most college students.
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As a protest, people have begun purposely engaging in what is referred to as "anti-political correctness culture," referring to the language that is used to typically be respectful and inoffensive.
The effort to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court has erupted in controversy seemingly overnight. But beyond the allegations of sexual misconduct against Kavanaugh, his confirmation would have significant negative effects on the University community due to the circuit judge's stances on immigration as well as voting and reproductive rights.
Arizona recently held one of the most successful primary midterm races in its history in terms of voter turnout. However, this does not mean that the system is perfect or that there is no work that needs to be done.
During what has been called "the most important midterm election of our lifetime," national attention has shifted onto Arizona. With this national attention often comes additional resources, and an array of different political groups are combining forces to flip Arizona from a red to a blue state.
Since the beginning of the #MeToo movement, women and men across every field of work have begun speaking out against the dangerous and problematic behavior that people in power use to attack others.