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ASU may have been voted the most innovative school in the nation, but I'm still waiting for a list of universities voted most likely to be the the modern incarnation of Ancient Rome. Here are five reasons why ASU would be number one on that list.
Politicizing tragedies to push an agenda is an old tune in government policy that both sides of the political spectrum are guilty of. It would be hypocritical of me to argue how strict voting laws are unconstitutional in one column while not addressing problems in gun-control legislation prompted after mass-shootings.
Every time I see a "Ladies Night" promotion at a bar or club I become skeptical of whether or not it's actually meant to be beneficial for me. It usually means as the old saying goes, "If something is free, you are the product." I also can't help but ask myself, "So is every other night men's night?"
A lot of our good friends in politics like to reference the sovereignty of the Constitution to purport their own ideologies. But one thing I don't hear often defended is our constitutional right to vote.
I’m an out-of-state student, which means the total amount of debt I’ll accumulate by the time I graduate will be more than I’m comfortable admitting. But, that was a choice my parents and I made together. We all agreed that ASU was the best option for me despite the cost. One thing I didn’t have a choice in was where I would be living my freshman year.
The political and social climate of this year’s presidential election has gotten me used to having things boomersplained to me by people with the wisdom and "experience” to know what they’re talking about. I guess they think whippersnappers like myself don’t know how to read a history book, and therefore, can't shape an informed opinion.
“White feminism” is one of those modern buzzwords that millennial scum like me like to toss around that gets a whole lot of people angry.
Every time a film adaption of a critically acclaimed book hits the theaters, there is always a familiar discussion I hear between my friends and peers:
Tempe Police reported the following incidents Thursday:
Tempe Police reported the following incidents Wednesday:
Parking and Transit Services is launching new shuttle services that will include double-decker buses and single-level buses with new amenities to serve students that will be available in the spring semester.
Tempe Police reported the following incidents Tuesday:
Tempe Police reported the following incidents Monday:
The Arizona Board of Regents will be reviewing the appointment of Mark Searle to Executive Vice President, ASU campus renovations, and university president performance incentives on Thursday and Friday.
ASU Police Department has announced that the social media threat made against ASU Monday was traced to a 12-year-old boy in Canada.
Update: In a post on ASU PD's public Facebook page, the department stated an investigation found that other schools in the U.S. and across the country had received similar threats, according to the post.
A Tempe man was arrested Oct. 9 on the 3000 block of South Beck Avenue on suspicion of possession of dangerous drugs, having drug paraphernalia, false reporting to law enforcement, trespassing in the 1st degree, delaying an investigation and having an outstanding warrant, according to a police report.
Two adults and two children are dead and one child is in critical condition Sunday after the vehicle they were in drove into Tempe Town Lake, Tempe Police officials report.
Tempe Police reported the following incident Thursday: