Mass layoffs worry students going into tech, but reveal how tech companies are rooted in appeasing shareholders at the expense of sustainability.
ASU's early acceptance letters initiative models a new, more inclusive vision of college admissions that other universities should espouse.
The decision represents a win for all local businesses near ASU and is a lesson in foresight to the University's future investments and expansions.
Recent losses at home to UCLA and USC may be discouraging, but ASU men's basketball can still make March Madness.
In the wake of Damar Hamlin's injury on the field, ASU should take a second look at the health care provided to athletes who take part in tackle football.
We are at a turning point in our society, where we can either ignore the rising scourge of antisemitism or disrupt this return to a centuries-old "status quo."
ASU's false claims of sustainability are spearheaded by its partnership with BlackRock and its goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2035 partly through carbon offsets.
New ASU head football coach Kenny Dillingham has all the right tools to get ASU football back on track; the biggest question seems to be, how long will it take?
Democratic wins by Mark Kelly and Katie Hobbs represent the chance for positive changes in Arizona policies across the board.
The once-a-year inclusivity training required for ASU faculty is not enough to create meaningful change for ASU's diverse community.
Mark Kelly and Katie Hobbs won highly contentious elections in Arizona, and it's all because of youth turnout.
Arizonans and around the U.S. demonstrated through ballot propositions their willingness to vote for progressive legislation, bucking what their politicians believe they should do.
The shock-value misogyny displayed by social media personalities like Andrew Tate has real-life consequences and shouldn't be taken lightly.
Drought conditions and water cuts are actively heightening Arizona's water crisis, and Arizona politicians need to prioritize this issue.
Ballot drop box monitors in Maricopa County lead to intimidation and suppression of voters. ASU needs to do more to combat it.
The leaders of this state must be able to lead past today's challenges and lean into tomorrow's possibilities.